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Social Renewal Advisory Board Publishes Recommendations for a Fairer Scotland

(Scottish Government) - Tackling poverty and inequality can be central to Scotland’s recovery from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to a new report.

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Scottish Government Support for the Tourism and Events Sector

(VisitScotland) - At the end of last year, the Scottish Government announced that tourism and hospitality businesses across Scotland were to benefit from a £104.3 million Scottish Government package.

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Nominate a Young Person for the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards

This year has certainly shown that young people in Scotland can show resilience and creativity in times of hardship. So – now’s the time to nominate the most inspirational young people in your lives and local areas for the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards 2021!  

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Mobility as a Service Investment Fund: Encouraging Sustainable Public Transport

One million pounds is now available to encourage innovation in public transport technology solutions.

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Phil Prentice: Thinking Local First Isn’t Just a Resolution – It’s a Lifeline

Lives and livelihoods depend upon us all remaining resolute to two key pillars in the battle against Covid-19 at this critical time: Staying safe and staying local.

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Season's Greetings from Scotland's Towns Partnership Chair and Reflections on 2020

Chair of STP, Professor Leigh Sparks reflects on the past 12 months and the opportunities and challenges ahead for 2021. The message was originally posted in STP's December e-newsletter.

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Elgin and Edinburgh 'Brainiest Scottish Places' in Festive Gift Card Quiz

Elgin and Edinburgh have been crowned the brainiest Scottish places, taking second and third place in the Great Town and City Christmas Quiz. Over 400 towns and cities took part in the festive quiz from the four nations of the UK.

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Over 300 Towns Benefit from £1 Million Scotland Loves Local Fund

Hundreds of projects across Scotland are sharing £1m to help improve and promote their communities.

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Better Places Green Recovery Fund: Open for Applications

Community groups, charities and NGOs are being encouraged to apply for a new £200,000 fund to support Scotland’s green recovery, launched by NatureScot on 10 December. 

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New National Lottery Project Funding and Loans to Support Resilience

The National Lottery Heritage fund is once again accepting project funding applications up to £100,000. This National Lottery funding is there to help the heritage community recover from the effects of the pandemic, and re-engage with the communities hardest hit over the last year.

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