Where we’ll be in May 2015

Marryat Hall Dundee
The beautiful Marryat Hall Dundee, where we hosted 100 Big Lottery Fund grantholders

After our busy busy month in March, we got a bit of peace in April, with only a handful of events! However, we still made it to Moray, Edinburgh and Dundee, and attended some great events. Highlights include sharing the funding journey of our fictional creation Mr Grant Holder (boom boom) and his unsuccessful friend Noah Ward at a workshop in Elgin, and meeting around 100 of our actual grantholders in the beautiful Marryat Hall in Dundee (pictured).

This month we’ll be hosting stands where you can drop in and chat to us in Stirling and Edinburgh. We’ll also be running workshops at a couple of conference events in Cumbernauld, and Edinburgh. As usual, check out the map and table below for details of where we’ll be in May, and we’ll look forward to catching some of you there!

May Events

Wed 13 May
Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise Funding Fair
Albert Halls, Albert Place, Dumbarton Road, Stirling FK8 2QL
Come along on the day. Contact racheljohnston@sventerprise.org.uk for further information.
Fri 15 May
Care and Repair Scotland Conference 2015
Westerwood Hotel, Cumbernauld, G68 0EW

Sign up here. Rates apply
Sun 17 May
Church of Scotland Heart and Soul Event
1-4, Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, EH2 2HG
More info here
Thu 28 May
School for Social Entrepreneurs Funding workshop
TBC, central Edinburgh

Details to follow

Future Events

If all goes to plan we’ll be in Craigneuk and Aberdeen in June, with more events in lined up later in the year. As before, we’ll keep you updated here.

If you are running a funding fair or conference, and are interested in having someone from the BIG Advice Team along, let us know! We have a small team, and a busy schedule, but will consider all requests and try to come along if we’re able.

Make sure you follow us on Twitter @BIGScotland for the latest on all these events, and any others coming up.

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