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    Loch Arthur Community


    Loch Arthur is a working community near Dumfries, South West Scotland, which includes men and women with learning disabilities.

  • Radical Routes Co-op Network


    Radical Routes is a network of radical co-ops whose members are committed to working for positive social change. The network is made up mainly of housing co-ops of various sizes (none with more than 17 members), a few workers co-ops and a couple of social centres. Four times a year, the member and associate member co-ops get together at “gatherings”. These weekend events have a social function, but are also the places at which all important decisions are taken. They are open meetings and anyone is welcome to attend. In addition there is a parallel programme of introductory workshops for new groups and individuals at every gathering. Radical Routes is able to make loans to member co-ops due to our ethical investment arm, Rootstock. Radical Routes made its first loan in 1991, and since then has lent out over £573 000 to member co-ops without any bad debts from loans. Radical Routes is a form of structured mutual aid. In other words, it is based on people helping each other in organised ways.