A sports hall in Easterhouse, a disused mill in John O’Groats, an area of amenity land in Strathpeffer and a stretch of foreshore on the Isle of Skye will soon be in the hands of local people as four community groups receive financial support from the Scottish Land Fund.
Merry-go-round opened its doors in April 2012, with the aim of supporting local families. They wanted to create a welcoming space where families could source high quality pre-used baby and children's goods that wouldn't cost the earth. They wanted to create a community hub where families could come together. And they wanted to provide free packs of essential items to families who needed a little extra help.
Unity are seeking Board Members who share their core values, have a passion for social enterprise and will uphold our commitment to equality, inclusion and opportunity for all.
The Unity Board of Directors provide governance to the organisation; ensuring our purpose remains clear and has benefit, ensuring our compliance at all level, supporting responsible financial management, ensuring the charity, and senior management team, are accountable.
Closing Date - 4pm on Friday 17th May 2019
Clyde Marine Planning PArtnership would like to inform you that the pre-consultation draft Clyde Regional Marine Plan is now open for consultation.
The Clyde Marine Planning Partnership (CMPP) has been working to develop this first draft of the Clyde Regional Marine Plan, over the last year or so, and is now happy to share this draft with you for comment and feedback. The consultation will run from the 18th March – 27th May. Please click here to view the pre-consultation draft Clyde Marine Plan and here to complete the consultation form.