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The Scottish Tourism Emergency Response Group (STERG) has published the first phases of a National Action Plan supporting the recovery of Scotland's tourism and events industry. This is based around 'respond', 'reset', 'restart' and 'recovery'. 

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ATCM support Place Managers across the UK and Ireland and are currently engaged with STP to offer their FREE on-line portal to discuss the issues we are all facing due to COVID-19. 

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Threesixty Architecture, Renfrewshire Council, Revo and Scotland's Towns Partnership have worked with Scottish Government to publish national guidance which was partly born out of lessons learned from the Paisley 2030 Vision pilot project.
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A route map setting out a phased approach to easing lockdown restrictions while still suppressing coronavirus (COVID-19) has been published.

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The Age-Friendly Living Ecosystem project team, part of the Intergenerational National Network, is gathering ideas on how best to design age-friendly intergenerational places and spaces.

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Scotland's Towns Partnership holds regular events and webinars for the custodians of Scotland's towns and city districts. All of the learning and resources from these are available in our series of event reports. Access these on our Wakelet page here

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Keep Scotland Beautiful’s It’s Your Neighbourhood and Beautiful Scotland initiatives support, reward and recognise communities which are cleaning up and greening up their areas. In light of the COVID crisis, KSB are encouraging groups to register to keep in touch, be connected with each other and help KSB celebrate their achievements.

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Adopt An Intern - With a large proportion of UK businesses making use of the Government’s Job Retention Scheme, there are now thousands of motivated professionals at home looking for meaningful projects to volunteer their time and skills for.  AAI is keen to support by connecting the two whilst furlough continues.

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The 6th edition of Surf's Showcasing Resilience bulletin series is out. Read here for positive examples of organisations delivering services or providing support to communities across Scotland to help navigate through the #Covid19 crisis:

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The SBRC’s ‘Scottish Business Cares’ webinar series has been active since the second week of lockdown and is a free resource to Scottish businesses aimed at giving practical, focused advice on the current covid-19 pandemic and it’s impact on business. Details on all upcoming webinars can be found here or viewed below: https://www.sbrcentre.co.uk/events/

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Kirkcaldy is the first area in Scotland to adopt the award winning place based platform ShopAppy, enabling Kirkcaldy businesses to trade online within a matter of hours and within a collective market place.

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Four new non-executive directors have been appointed to the board of Scotland’s Towns Partnership, the national agency for towns.

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Reflecting on the impact of coronavirus on town centre retail and policy priorities going forward, Professor Leigh Sparks, Chair of STP, provides a series of insights and propositions for the future. 

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Scottish Government - A £100 million package of additional grant support for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) and newly self-employed people opens for applications later today (30th April). 

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Utilities specialists eyebright would like to extend an offer to all STP members and associates at this time, to offer their knowledge and support to anybody who has concerns with making payments on their utilities bills or concerns with their contractual framework. There is no need to be a client of eyebright to receive this support.

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