Householders across Scotland are being offered a short extension until the end of May to complete their census return, National Records of Scotland (NRS) have confirmed. By allowing outstanding online and paper returns to be submitted over a further four weeks, NRS is ensuring that everyone across the country has the opportunity to complete their… Read more »
Month: April 2022
A dozen students, from the college’s Stranraer campus, took part in Leonard Cheshire in Scotland’s ‘Can Do’ programme.
The Community Action through Participation and Engagement Network (CAPE) is planning free training over the summer. This training is for people with a remit or interest in engaging with communities to find out local views and ideas. What is Participatory Appraisal? A method of conducting action research A toolkit of community development approaches and methods… Read more »
The Old Police Station project was the winner in the “Best Old Wreck” category, reflecting the restoration of the long-term vacant building.
Two new volunteer directors have been appointed at the ambitious organisation working to breathe new life into Dumfries High Street. Frances Campbell and Robert Richmond have taken their places on the Board of Midsteeple Quarter, which has taken a string of prominent underused buildings into community ownership as part of a trailblazing regeneration project. Both… Read more »