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See PB voting in action
Glasgow’s Gorbals is famous for its strong community and on 1st February 2018 the Gorbals community met to decide on how public money should be spent.
Dundee City Council's ambitious PB programme has been launched, with citizens in each of Dundee's eight electoral wards deciding how best to spend £1.2 million of the Council's spending budget.
Read about all the action from the day.
David Reilly gives us his thoughts about the recent Young Movers Community Celebration night - and the difference young people are making in Glasgow.
People in Troon and the surrounding area are to benefit from legacy funding from proceeds of The 145th Open staged at Royal Troon last year. The R&A has provided half of the £38,000 available to local community groups for an interactive funding decision day.
Barrhead Housing Association will host an Easter themed Participatory Budget Decision event at the Barrhead Foundry on the Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 10;30am- 12:30pm.
Residents in Tain and Easter Ross are being invited to apply for funds if they have an idea to help improve their local community.
15,000 from the Ward Discretionary Budget has been set aside to provide grants from £100 up to £1,500.
Kyle Community Projects – Let’s Decide! Application deadline extended!
Building a stronger Merkinch - Your chance to have your say!
People Tackling Poverty – £240,000 of Tackling Poverty Development Funding to communities across Dumfries and Galloway
Where is PB happening?
PB is used across the world, and now in Scotland where community groups and local authorities are using PB to give power to local people.
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