Learning Exchange Event
Demystifying Finance for small businesses
Wednesday 24th January, 7.30 – 9.30pm
Star and Garter Hotel function room, Linlithgow
Join us for our first Learning Exchange event, Demystifying Finance for Small Businesses. Managing accounts for a small business can feel like an overwhelming task. This event aims to demystify the process, showing you how with a few simple tips and tricks, accounting needn’t be stressful and can actually help you run your business. All sizes/ages/types of business are welcome, from new solo-entrepreneurs to established small businesses. Bookings essential.
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Monday 4th December, 9am – 1pm, The Old Pavilion Linlithgow
Join us for another fantastic pop-up co-working day! £5 for the morning, tea, coffee and biscuits included. To book your place please email email@example.com.
The How and Why of Youth Volunteering
Thursday 23rd November, 7pm, Linlithgow Academy Theatre
Community Groups have been telling us that they’d really like to involve Young Volunteers in their activities, but don’t quite know how to go about it. This event has been created with them in mind – the How and Why of Youth Volunteering. Speakers include our local Member of Scottish Youth Parliament, youth workers from Linlithgow Young People’s Project and more. The agenda is as follows;
- Why engage youth volunteers? Hearing from some local young people about what they can bring to community groups, how they can benefit these groups, and why they’d like to get involved.
- How to engage youth volunteers? A youth worker from LYPP will talk us through how to engage youth volunteers; how to get their attention, what requirements there are in terms of supervision, parental permission and PVG checks and how to navigate these considerations.
- REFRESHMENTS BREAK
- Saltire Awards We will hear from a member of West Lothian Voluntary Sector Gateway about what the Saltire awards are, how to get involved with them as an organisation, and why you’d want to.
- Year of Young People 2018 A brief overview of Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018, including how to get involved.
- Future of Youth Volunteering in Linlithgow We will outline our plans for the coming year, supporting organisations to involve youth volunteers. This will include helping groups prepare to be available as work experience placements, running a volunteering Roadshow, and participating in the Youth Philanthropy Initiative, which could see a community group being awarded £3000.
- Time for questions, networking and discussion
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Community Cake: Funding and Fundraising
Sunday 19th November, 7pm, The Old Pavilion
Following our fantastic first Community Cake in September, we present our second. This time the theme is Funding and Fundraising.
We’ve some excellent speakers lined up, plenty of time for sharing knowledge and ideas, and of course lots of cake!
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Linlithgow’s first Community Cake event
Sunday 17th September, 7pm, The Old Pavilion
- What does their group do/what are the working on?
- What have they achieved?
- Does the group have any challenges?
- What is their top tip for recruiting volunteers?