Scottish Borders Climate Action Network Visioning Events

If your group/organisation/social enterprise aspires to be part of building a flourishing and inclusive network that will support community groups, projects and social enterprise activities involved in the energy and cost of living crisis, health and wellbeing, availability of local healthy food, transportation, circular economy or climate change, then this evening is for you. Your […]

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The Household Hardship Fund

The Household Hardship Fund is a £2 million fund provided by The National Lottery Community Fund and administered by Corra.  The first round in November was very quickly fully subscribed but the second round is now open! However like previously, it’s expected that applications will come in very quickly and once they have received applications […]

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Scottish Borders Council seeks feedback on Council Plan

Scottish Borders Council has launched a public consultation inviting comments from people living and working in the Borders to help shape the next Council Plan which will be launched in February. The Consultation offers Borderers the opportunity to read the draft Plan; take part in a survey sharing their opinion on the vision, priorities and […]

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Community invited to have their say on review of day support provision for older people in Teviot and Liddesdale

Scottish Borders Council is holding a series of drop-in sessions to give the Teviot and Liddesdale community an opportunity to provide input into the review of day support provision for older people currently being undertaken for the area. Working with National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi), the aim for the sessions is to gain feedback […]

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Cost-of-Living Support Scotland funding grants still available

There is still time to apply to the Cost-of-Living Support Scotland funding programme which is open until early 2023 for grants from £10,001 to £75,000 for projects aimed at supporting individuals, families and communities experiencing hardship due to the increased cost of living. This fund is aimed at helping communities and people to: […]

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The Warm and Well Fund

The Warm and Well Fund has been launched by SBC to support voluntary, community and charity organisations to provide a warm space for local residents, families and friends who are struggling to heat their homes during the winter months.  They want to support a dignified approach for the allocation of this funding and are working in […]

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