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2020 SURF Awards: Application Deadline Monday 7th September

The SURF Awards are widely recognised as the most prestigious in the field of Scottish community regeneration.

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National Farmers Union of Scotland Supports Scotland Loves Local Campaign

The president of the National Farmers Union of Scotland has welcomed the launch of the Scotland Loves Local campaign and its power to support the rural economy.

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SURF -Full Showcasing Community Resilience Series Available

Over a collectively challenging 15 week period SURF delivered a series of special SURF e-bulletins showcasing positive examples written by organisations delivering services or providing support to communities across Scotland, whilst the country navigated through the Covid crisis. 

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New Resources: Create a Transformation Routemap for Your Town

The UK's High Streets Task Force has produced resources to help you to create a customised routemap for your high street or town centre, from crisis to recovery and transformation, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.

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South of Scotland Enterprise Chair Supports Scotland Loves Local Campaign

A leading enterprise figure is backing the Scotland Loves Local campaign, urging all shoppers to think local first to support the economy in its recovery from the impact of Covid-19.

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Call for Evidence: Revitalising Scotland’s Town Centres Post-COVID-19

The Town Centre Expert Review Group, announced last month by Communities Secretary Aileen Campbell, has put out a call for written evidence on how to revitalise town centres in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Communities Secretary Backs 'Scotland Loves Local' in Daily Record Column

The Scottish Government's Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government, Aileen Campbell MSP, has underlined her and the Scottish Government's support for the #ScotlandLovesLocal campaign.

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Scotland Loves Local: Major Campaign Urges Public to Shop Local Safely to Fuel Coronavirus Recovery

Members of the public are being urged to think local first and help fuel the nation’s financial fightback from coronavirus as part of a major campaign encouraging them to support local businesses in their town centre whilst still being aware of the public health guidelines.

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Going Digital to Support Town Centre Recovery: Place-Based Digital Platforms, Tools and Services

There are a number of digital apps, tools and services that can help support local economic recovery as town centres and high streets reopen following the coronavirus lockdown. To assist place managers seeking to make greater use of digital tools for their town, Scotland’s Towns Partnership has drawn up an...

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Give Your Views on Communities Channel Scotland and the Social Impact Pledge

Since 2014, the Communities Channel Scotland website has been acting as a first-port of call for many community organisations, providing and linking to important information and sharing the great work of groups across the country.

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