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SURF's August e-bulletin

This month: book a free place at the SURF 2015 Annual Conference; 2016 Manifesto for Community Regeneration; nominate a project for the 2015 SURF Awards; and get something useful out of the latest regeneration news.

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Funding to boost free Wi-Fi in public spaces

£1.5 million announced to boost free Wi-Fi in public spacesAdditional funding is being made available to extend Wi-Fi in Scotland’s libraries, as part of the public wireless programme, it was announced today (11/08/2015).  The £1.5 million funding for 2015/16 is part of the Scottish Government’s wider drive to enhance digital...

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Paisley launches bid for £80,000 a year executive to head City of Culture bid

A SEARCH has been launched for a highly paid executive to head up Paisley's bid to be named UK City of Culture in 2021. Renfrewshire Council are recruiting a project director to oversee the process on an annual salary of up to £84,000.

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MP visits Dumbarton employability hub

Ian Murray and Jackie Baillie MSP visited the new West Employability Hub on Dumbarton’s High Street which opened last year.

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MSP backs Barrhead’s town centre ambitions

MSP Hugh Henry was left in no doubt about the enthusiasm and determination of the people who are currently involved in a project that aims to drive the local economy to new heights.

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Tourism BIDS – working together to create a compelling destination

Graeme Ambrose spoke at our Midsummer Conference, recounting his journey as Chief Executive of the VisitInvernessLochNess, Scotland’s first tourism BID.

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West Kilbride's bid for £50,000 prize

The town’s Initiative group have applied for the Village Great British High Street award, in recognition of their team efforts to revitalise the area.

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MP wants college to come to town

Discussions have dragged on for years with the Shepherd site on the outskirts of Dunfermline and places like the Glen Bridge car park and old Dunlop factory put forward as potential locations.

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Historic Fife Church Wins £90,500 Heritage Lottery Funding

12th century Kirkton Church in Burntisland has been awarded £90,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to preserve the nationally significant ruined building and its churchyard. 

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Clarkston and Giffnock BIDs Co-ordinator

Project Description The successful candidate will co-ordinate projects of two ambitious East Renfrewshire Business Improvement Districts: I Love Clarkston and Giffnock Village. Comprising of over 200 businesses together, both BIDs represent a strong collective voice in the area, supporting trade and commerce, as well as heavily contributing to the local community...

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