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with Your Community!

Fundraise online with help from Localgiving

  What is Localgiving? Localgiving is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to providing funding opportunities and advocacy to local charities and community groups across the UK. We do this by supporting local charitable organisations to diversify their income through online fundraising. We provide tools, training and advice to help local groups connect with supporters online, improve […]

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Are You Completing your PAT Tests Correctly?

So why is learning about electrical safety so important? As trustees of your community building, you are responsible for the building and the safety of everyone in it.  It is important that you have a procedure in place to make sure the electrical appliances in your building are safe and continue to be safe. To […]

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A Fundraising Gig with a Difference!

How did Whalebone become involved with community spaces? We first started playing at village halls and other community venues around eight years ago. It quickly became apparent that rural touring suited our style of music, as we’re passionate about taking the arts to communities. Our music works well in these environments, as people can sit […]

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Top Tips to Increase Revenue for Your Community Space

Do you have a community building or hall that you want to increase revenue for? Keep reading and we will show you how you can increase your revenue with your own events and how to keep within budget. There are a number of ways to increase revenues at your community centre or hall. (this hyperlink […]

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Do You Know What Your Local Community Wants from Your Hall?

Did you know every month over 80,000 people search online to find a local hall to hire? Your Community Space recently commissioned a consumer survey to find out the needs and opinions of the local community. There is a strong awareness about the existence of community buildings and a high percentage of people who have […]

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