Northmavine Community Development Company (NCDC) - Located at the very top of Shetland’s mainland, Northmavine is almost an island on its own. Grab your popcorn and fizzy drink and join us to watch this short film that captures the inspirational journey of NCDC, from community-led initiative to community-powered regeneration, enterprise and beyond.
Linlithgow Community Development Trust is a development trust that has brought together many parts of the community to tackle the common cause of climate change and build local resilience. This video features: Linlith-Go-Solar - a community energy enterprise project making solar work for the benefit of the community; a new West Lothian cycle circuit; and more!
South Seeds is a development trust that supports people in the Southside of Glasgow to lead more sustainable lives. This video demonstrates this, through projects such as their 'Adopt a bed' scheme, tool library, energy advice service and more.
North West Mull Community Woodland Company was established in 2006 to purchase and manage the Langamull and West Ardhu forests in the north west of Mull. In 2018 the trust then had the opportunity to purchase the island of Ulva for the local community. They are already involved in a number of exciting environmental projects and have plans for many more.
Located right on the border with England, Newcastleton is a village that is the epitome of the Scottish Borders. Listen to the incredible story of Newcastleton & District Community Trust.
Helmsdale and District Development Trust showcase how a rural community in the remote north east of Scotland has begun to tackle to shortage of affordable housing in their community.
Hear from The Stove Network's Martin O'Neill as he discusses the impact that Local Resilience funding has had in a Dumfries community in just a short period of time.
Angus Robertson, Sleat Community Trust on the Isle of Skye, discusses the trading companies set up by the trust, one a retail subsidiary and the other dealing in renewable energy.
Teresa Aitken from Glenboig Neighbourhood House near Glasgow talks about delivering services for the community, including youth work, older people's services, volunteering and community transport.
The Community Ownership Support Service (COSS) is funded by the Scottish Government to support community based groups in Scotland take a stake in or ownership of previously publicly owned land or buildings.
Community Shares Scotland is a national organisation that exists to raise awareness of the community shares model and support communities who wish to raise money this way.