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Stephen LLoyd discusses the rationale behind CICs to a Canadian delegation in 2009. Interesting comments regarding its advantages over IPS in keeping assets for the benefit of the community medium term.

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Comment by Jeff Mowatt on May 20, 2011 at 8:58
As can be seen from my letter to SEC chair Baroness Thornton in 2005, which remains unanswered, these structural disadvantages were already a problem for a social business incorporated as a guarantee company.

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Cheshire East - Community Grant Scheme (Community Led Planning) (Urgent)

Deadline: 26/12/2014.

Fund type: Grant.

Max value: £ 500.

Grants are available to groups in East Cheshire to establish and support community led plans.

Cheshire East Community Grants (Urgent)

Deadline: 26/12/2014.

Fund type: Grant.

Max value: £ 3,000.

Grants are available to local voluntary and community sector organisations that are providing local services which encourage community action. Grants can support community, environmental, sports, arts, heritage and play projects and activities that benefit local communities.

Cumbria Community Foundation - Rockcliffe and Westlinton CWM Trust Fund (Urgent)

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Fund type: Grant.

Max value: £ 10,000.

Grants are available to voluntary and community organisations in Rockcliffe and Westlinton for projects that benefit the local environment.

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