A Can Do Places and Spaces Workshop.
£15 – £25, booking information at Eventbrite here.
6 billion pounds of property lies empty across Scotland.
48% of home based businesses plan to grow.
What if community groups turned empty buildings in to collaborative co working spaces?
This practical session tells you how to make it happen.
Is it easy? No
Is it worth it? Yes
Community groups generate an independent income for their trust or organisation.
Each Can Do Space is worth a minimum of half a million to a small town in Scotland.
Multiply that across Scotland's towns and that is a staggering £240 million to the Scottish economy.
2,000 new and growing businesses can be created.
So, bye bye, Woolworths, BHS, hello Can Do Spaces. Vibrant towns and communities where people make work together and everyone benefits.
This is a hands on practical workshop for anyone that wants to see their local economy and town, city or village thrive. It's for community activists, local authorities, MSPs, and those in economic and community development.
Districts of Creativity
Can Do Places is part of the Districts of Creativity programme. To find out more visit their website at - https://districtsofcreativity.org/about/
Save the date - Tuesday 22 May 2018.
More details to come!
Notes - Refreshments on arrival and lunch are included in the price
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is a carpark near the venue, located behind the Bank of Scotland accessed off Galvelmore Street. The Bank of Scotland is directly across the road from Strathearn Artspace (on Lodge Street). Note that the carpark is only free for 3 hours. You need to pay thereafter. There are other options. There is free parking on the roads around the Artspace - Heathcote Road, Burrell Street and Coldwells Road. See Google Map for directions http://bit.ly/2zN5gBO
We would ask you to make your own travel arrangements depending on where you are travelling from.
If you are travelling from Glasgow to Gleneagles then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org as we may be able to assist you with transport from Gleneagles to Crieff.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions regarding the event please contact email@example.com