|19 May 2014|
Each year, SURF and the Scottish Government team up to deliver the national SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration. The purpose of the annual SURF Awards process is:
- To recognise and reward best practice and innovation in community regeneration;
- To promote and disseminate best practice across Scotland as means of sharing knowledge and experience, and thereby enhancing future policy and practice;
- To highlight the role that regeneration projects have in improving the wellbeing of individuals and communities.
One of the Award categories is for Community Led Regeneration. In 2013 this was won by The Oban Phoenix Cinema. SURF are offering an opportunity to attend a free half day workshop on the 19th May to visit the project and hear about their achievements. It is a good opportunity to share learning and exchange ideas. It also provides an opportunity to hear more about the SURF Awards as the application period will be opening soon for this year’s Awards. I have attached a Flyer for the workshop and if you or your colleagues would be interested in attending please contact Emma to book your place.
If you would like any further information please contact Emma Scott:
Events and Communications Assistant
SURF – Scotland’s Independent Regeneration Network
Orkney Street Enterprise Centre, 18-20 Orkney Street, Glasgow G51 2BX
Please note I do not work on a Monday
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