We’ve been out and about quite a lot over the summer having delivered funding advice in venues from Stonehaven to Oban and plenty of other locations too. Now that Autumn is upon us, we’ve taken a look at the funding events and drop-in sessions we have lined up during October and November.
We’ll be providing a drop-in surgery for black and minority ethnic groups at our own office in late October and are also running an unconference for our grant holders based in Edinburgh and the Lothians.
The events are listed below, along with details of how to get involved:
Autumn Events 2017
|Mon 2nd Oct
|Midlothian Voluntary Action funding event
Dalkeith Arts Centre, 2 White Hart St, Dalkeith, EH22 1AE
|For Midlothian-based groups, contact MVA to register: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mon 9th Oct
|Corra Foundation ‘Change Convention’ Event
Murrayfield, 25 Roseburn St, Edinburgh, EH12 5PH
|Sign up on Eventbrite|
|Wed 25th Oct
|Drop-in funding surgery for BME groups
Big Lottery Fund, Pacific House, 70 Wellington St, G2 6UA
|For minority ethnic groups, contact us to register (spaces are limited): email@example.com|
|Wed 25th Oct
|In Good Company Unconference by the Big Lottery Fund
Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny St, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG
|For grant holders based in Edinburgh & the Lothians (invite only)|
|Thurs 2 Nov
1100-1700 (event), 1730-1930 (networking)
|Firstport Fine Tune Your Social Enterprise Event, and evening networking event
Skene House Rosemount Apartment Hotel, 96 Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen, AB25 1NX
|For social enterprises. Sign up and info here|
|Tues 7 Nov
|STRiVE Enterprising Third Sector Conference
Maitlandfield House Hotel, 24 Sidegate, Haddington, EH41 4BZ
|Groups in East Lothian can register here|
|Thurs 16 Nov
|Rural Perth & Kinross LEADER funding event
Perth (venue TBC)
|TBC (will update when this information becomes available)|
Stay tuned for the next series of events in the New Year 2018!
In the meantime, make sure you follow us on Twitter @BIGScotland for the latest on all these events, and any others coming up.
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