Community Engagement: Consultations, Surveys and Opinions

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar welcomes opinions on its work and is keen to encourage users of this site to express themselves in a clear and open manner. The primary aim of this site is to allow inhabitants of the Outer Hebrides to provide ideas and feedback to the Comhairle on an ongoing basis.  To ensure that this site functions properly, all comments are pre-moderated and as a result will not appear instantly. However, the site is monitored on a daily basis and the Comhairle would aim to allow comments to appear as quickly as possible.   For additional information, please click on the following link: Moderation Guidelines

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    Arts and Culture Funding - Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards

    The Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards (#VACMAScotland) are a programme of small grants schemes with a range of local authorities and art agencies across Scotland to support visual artists and craft makers in their creative and professional development.

    THERE IS ONE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: TUESDAY 2nd OCTOBER 2018

     
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    Sport Awards

    The Lewis and Harris Sports Council make 8 awards to clubs/individuals each year.The Service to Sport award is supplied by Salsc  and the main criteria for the award is that the nominee has made a significant voluntary contribution as an administrator, coach or official to local sport over a lengthy period of time.

     
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    Draft British Sign Language (BSL) Plan

    The Comhairle Draft BSL Plan  as required by BSL (Scotland) Act 2015, sets out draft actions the Comhairle will take over the period 2018-2024. The consultation Closes : Friday, 21 September 2018 (5:00PM)

     
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    Community Engagement Events on Service Redesign

    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is hosting Community Engagement Events throughout November focussing on a radical programme of Service Redesign.

     
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    Scottish Rural Action Consultation extended

    Rural communities are being given the chance to have their say on Brexit. Scottish Rural Action has extended a three-month consultation into the impact of Brexit on rural Scotland after overwhelming demand from local communities.