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Category Archives: Arts and Culture

  1. Commonwealth Family Ceilidh Dance in Oban May 20, 2014

    Come and celebrate the Commonwealth Games by joining in the global 24 hour  ceilidh. Saturday 21st June 2014 Corran Halls, Oban 8pm ~ ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Community, Events, News.

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  2. SURF Awards Community Led Regeneration Free Study Visit May 2, 2014

    Each year, SURF and the Scottish Government team up to deliver the national SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Competition, Events, News, Social Enterprise, Volunteers.

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  3. Queen’s Baton Bearers Announced April 3, 2014

    People all over Scotland have heard this week that they will be carrying the Queen's Baton for part of its ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Health, News, Sports, Volunteers.

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  4. Love Your Clothes February 20, 2014

    Here is a wee update from CRNS New Textiles Website A new website called 'Love Your Clothes' has been developed and ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Campaigning, News.

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  5. Rosneath Peninsula pipped to the post February 10, 2014

    Rosneath Peninsula came second in the Creative Place Awards this year. If you would like to see the wonderful film ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Competition, Funding, News, Volunteers.

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  6. Creative Scotland Funding Announced February 4, 2014

    These projects have received funding recently: The Artist Centre redevelopment project at Cove Park will focus on replacing the current artist ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Community, Funding, News.

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  7. Helensburgh Grey Matters celebrate the Bard January 27, 2014

    Helensburgh Grey Matters held a Burn’s day event on Saturday 25th January. Entertainers included local school pupils, Aveline Twaddle  -Junior ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Community, News, Volunteers.

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  8. HERITAGE LOTTERY FUNDING AWARD FOR HERMITAGE PARK January 16, 2014

    Success has come to the partnership of Argyll & Bute Council and the Friends of Hermitage Park Association in the ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Community, Funding, News.

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  9. Funding for John Muir Festival and Events in Helensburgh & Lomond January 7, 2014

    Are you planning an event in April next year that could be part of the John Muir Way Festival?  Do ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Community, Funding, News, Sports.

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  10. Time to Shine Funding January 6, 2014

    Scotland’s Youth Arts Strategy 0-25yrs - Hub Development Fund A new fund to help boost youth arts provision across Scotland will ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Funding, News.

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  11. 24 Hour Ceilidh! December 31, 2013

    Join the global Commonwealth Ceilidh... Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop today, Thursday 12 December, invited people from ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Community, News.

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  12. Heritage Crafts Workshops December 11, 2013

    Historic Kilmun are delighted to announce 3 days of fascinating workshops by North Yorkshire’s Heritage Crafts Alliance, perfect for both professionals and ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, News, Training.

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  13. Development opportunities with CCB Ltd December 9, 2013

    Part-time Consultancy Requirements (immediate start) Project Manager – up to £24,000 all inclusive fee; 8-10 months Organisational Development Consultant – up to ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, News, Social Enterprise.

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  14. Consultation on Arts, Culture and Heritage in Argyll and Bute November 21, 2013

    This article has been provided by Kevin Baker,  Library and Culture Development Officer, Argyll and Bute Council Over 120 people have ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Consultations, Events, News.

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  15. Couldn’t Care Less Trailer October 11, 2013

    We are promoting this performance as we believe it has something to say about the caring relationship and living with ...

    Posted in Arts and Culture, Campaigning, Health, News.

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