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Organisers announce Nuart Aberdeen will return in June 2022

 

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Two years on from the onset of pandemic restrictions, a business leader is highlighting the power of local gift cards to drive retail and hospitality recovery in Scotland

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More needs to be done to meet the challenges Scotland’s towns face in order to achieve ambitions to realise the potential for their renaissance.

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Historic Environment Scotland’s new area-based Heritage & Place Programme (H&PP) has been officially launched today. More information about the H&PP can be found on their website including the full Programme Guidance: https://www.historicenvironment.scot/grants-and-funding/our-grants/heritage-place-programme/

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The team at ShopAppy are inviting all STP members representing towns and cities across the UK to join a national campaign to identify the UK’s favourite family business.
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Light Up Leicester 2022

From the 3rd-6th March, Leicester City Centre transformed into a mesmerising festival of light featuring 9 fantastic installations! The family-friendly interactive trail showcased a collaboration of music, light and art. Each installation had its own story, creating a unique and exciting experience at every location.

 

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See below for STP's response to Scottish Economy and Fair Work Committee inquiry into town centres and retail.

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Successful towns of the future will be those in which people live, work and visit.

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The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE), Scotland’s National Academy, has announced its 2022 intake of Fellows, with 80 names from the arts, business, public service, and civil society as well as academia from Scotland and beyond. They will be joining the RSE’s current Fellowship of around 1,700 Fellows, who are recognised as being some of the greatest thinkers, researchers and practitioners working in or with Scotland today. 

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An enthusiastic Go Forth Stirling Ambassador is behind a major drive to clean up the city’s streets and tackle the scourge of graffiti.

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Commsworld, the leading UK-wide provider of networking and connectivity solutions, has been awarded a contract which could see £150m spent over 15 years to transform North Lanarkshire’s digital infrastructure and connectivity.

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A sweet spot for Scotland’s high street footfall in  February despite the disruption of Storms Eunice  and Dudley. But is this going to be short-lived? 

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Explore Your Boundaries - a new documentary by Mark Beaumont and Markus Stitz about gravel routes following the council boundaries of Clackmannanshire, East Lothian, Falkirk and Glasgow

 

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A new £80 million Covid Economic Recovery Fund targeting support for businesses and communities will help Scotland as it moves to a new phase in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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