Blog: What next for charities after Brexit?

Karina Macleod Uncategorized

Gavin McEwan, partner and head of charities at Turcan Connell, writes about the changes charities will see after Brexit. Charity law and regulation are matters which have remained largely within the control of the UK and Scottish parliaments, with litt …

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Moffat community to take control of local woodland

Karina Macleod Uncategorized

A Dumfriesshire community is poised to take control of its local woodland, thanks to a £171,622 Scottish Land Fund award announced. The award to Moffat Community Woodlands is one of the first to be made from the newly re-launched Scottish Land Fund. Mo …

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Charity Regulator Consult on Disqualifications Powers, Reporting Problems

Karina Macleod Uncategorized

The Charity Commission has opened two completely separate consultations, one wanting views on its use of the new trustee disqualification power, the other a joint process with the two other UK charity regulators on a revised list of ‘significant matter …

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Just 2% of charity’s income went on those it supported

Karina Macleod Uncategorized

A veterans’ charity gave just 2% of its income out in grants to support its clients, a Charity Commission report has revealed. Our Local Heroes Foundation was investigated by the commission after it emerged much of its income was being spent on adminis …

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Glasgow to host Homeless World Cup

Karina Macleod Uncategorized

In July, the Homeless World Cup (HWC) will be taking place in George Square in Glasgow (10th-16th).  Senscot is delighted to be working in partnership with HWC, to host a series of workshops showcasing sport social enterprises and other community-based …

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