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Advice and Support for Rural Businesses from Growbiz
Rural enterprise support organisation GrowBiz has announced that it is taking a number of steps to provide immediate reassurance to small and micro-...
Spring Tea Event now going digital!
Everyone is invited to a Virtual Spring Tea taking place for residents of Carstairs Junction, Sunday 29 March at 2pm.
Helping communities affected by COVID-19
An additional £350 million will go to those most affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Communities Secretary Aileen Campbell has announced.
£320 million package of support for businesses
Immediate action in response to COVID-19.
A statement to our stakeholders on the COVID-19 pandemic
As part of Scottish Government’s response to COVID-19, the priorities of the Scottish Rural network will be changing slightly.
Jim Clark Motorsport Museum awarded five stars
The museum in Duns is the first in the Scottish Borders to be awarded 5-Star status.
Spring Tea Event celebrates Community Action in Carstairs Junction
Residents in Carstairs Junction are invited to a FREE Spring Tea, Sunday 29 March, 2-4pm, in Carstairs Junction Hall.
Community plan launches in Sandford and Upper Avondale
Community Action Lanarkshire are hosting the Plan launch and Coffee Morning on Saturday 21st March.
Funding to support tourism drive in North Ayrshire
North Ayrshire Council has been awarded £400,000 to develop tourism across Ayrshire’s island and coastal destinations.
Agricultural Support payments underway
£86.2 million of convergence payments to farmers and crofters are now underway.