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Paths for All - Registration is now open for Paths for All’s spring Step Count Challenge, which begins on Monday 29th April. 

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Architecture & Design Scotland have published A Caring Place, which sets out the work the organisation has coordinated, together with Scotland’s Towns Partnership, to respond to and support the Scottish Government’s work around Town Centre Living.  

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A new report by Pauline Radcliffe (Carnegie UK Trust) concludes a unique, 18-month twinning experiment highlighting that the opportunities to learn and share ideas between Britain’s towns.

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Society is evolving. The way Millennials and Generation Z live, work and play is different to anything we have known before. How they spend money is changing rapidly.

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Scottish Community Councils - Throughout April, the Scottish Community Councils website will be showcasing the varied work of community councils across Scotland.

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The Chief Officer of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, and Programme Director of Scotland’s Improvement Districts, Phil Prentice, has welcomed the successful vote to establish Discover Lanark, Scotland’s newest Improvement District.

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Scottish Government - Communities across Scotland are to benefit from a share of £20.4m to support local regeneration activity.

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Scottish Government - A £50 million fund to help boost town centres has been launched.

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SCDI - a new report launched today (February 28th) champions the opportunities Scotland’s people and businesses have to harness the potential provided by Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies and data.

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Phil Prentice, Chief Officer at Scotland’s Towns Partnership and National Programme Director for Scotland’s Improvement Districts, says that the spending of the new £50 million Scottish Government town centre fund can learn lessons from the last fund of its kind, in 2009. Article originally published on Common Space.

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Scotland's Towns Partnership's Chair, Professor Leigh Sparks, and Chief Officer, Phil Prentice, have responded to a report from the housing, communities and local government committee at Westminster on towns policy in England. 

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Scotland’s national walking charity Paths for All is calling on employers across Scotland to take steps to improve the health of their workforce.

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Tesco Bags of Help Centenary Grants are now open for not for profit organisations to apply for £25,000 for projects that bring significant benefit to communities.

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An exciting position has been created with Falkirk Council’s Growth and Investment Unit to lead on the development and delivery of the Council’s ‘Investment Zone’ initiative to secure a Growth Deal for the Falkirk area.

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The Scottish Coworking Network is a project by the Scottish Library and Information Council to establish a network of coworking hubs within public libraries across Scotland.

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