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  1. Nov 20

    The power & potential of the social economy

    By Geraldine Blake, CEO of Community Links Late into yesterday evening, a group of people from around...

  2. Nov 7

    One farm, 8000 owners

    Charlotte Hollins and her brother Ben harnessed the power of community shares to raise £800,000 to buy the UK's first community-owned farm

    Enterprise, Social finance
  3. Oct 31

    7 reasons not to miss the Locality convention

    We asked 7 Locality members why they won't miss the 2014 Locality convention

  4. Oct 29

    Looking forward to Cardiff

    Community pioneers and entrepreneurs will be descending on Cardiff on 17 Nov for Locality's 2014 annual convention

  5. Oct 28

    Is there ever a ‘wrong’ time to get funding?

    Get your community enterprise is ready to receive funding - read our guide to getting investment ready ahead of Power to Change

  6. Oct 24

    It’s time NHS services were local by default

    It’s refreshing that NHS England head Simon Stevens’ new five year plan is not just another...

    Local by default, Policy
  7. Oct 17

    Heritage assets: looking forward to a better future thanks to local community action

    Our new Pillars of the Community Guide is an invaluable resource for community groups and local authorities involved in transferring heritage buildings from council to community ownership.

  8. Oct 14

    We have the Power to Change

    Last month was an exciting time for anyone involved in community enterprise, as the Power to Change Roadshow brought together community entrepreneurs with amazing and ambitious ideas

  9. Oct 9

    So you want to run a community post office?

    Read our 7 steps to running a successful community post office, taken from the new report on community-run post offices, written by Locality and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.

  10. Oct 2

    Power to Change gives confidence to small group with big ideas

    Sian from Love Withington Baths went along to the Power to Change event in Manchester and came away with inspiration and new confidence for her groups plans to save their Edwardian swimming baths