|October 25, 2014|
|2:00 pm||to||4:00 pm|
The annual Sustaining Dunbar Gathering In will take place on Saturday 25th October 2-4pm at the Bleachingfield Centre. Admission free.
As part of the ‘Fertile Ground’ art conference being organised by North Light Arts, our marquee will showcase many of the initiatives being taken by local people to make our town a more vibrant place to live. From local produce to beekeeping groups and writing workshops, local holidays by train or by bike, to less glamorous but essential worm composting and home insulation you will find someone local who knows all about it. Come and see some of what Dunbar has to offer, and if your group would like to have a stall and make new connections, contact email@example.com
The Household Canny Challenge is the Sustaining Dunbar project funded by the Scottish Government and works to help achieve Scottish Government objectives.
The programme supports households and Schools to reduce their C02 emissions through actions they choose to take such as: draught proofing and insulating their homes/ schools, reducing energy use, generation of renewable energy, growing more of their own food, wasting less food and reusing food waste to make rich compost, reducing waste going to landfill, and changing how they travel to school and work. Continue reading
|October 10, 2014 9:30 am||to||October 11, 2014 7:00 pm|
Transition Roadshow St Andrews is a two-day programme of workshops and exchanges on local community environmental action, taking place at the University of St Andrews on the 10th and 11th October 2014. Transition University of St Andrews are very keen to welcome representatives from community environmental initiatives around Scotland or others engaged academically or practically with community action on sustainability to join in what promises to be a very interesting two days. Continue reading
|September 27, 2014 10:00 am||to||September 28, 2014 3:00 pm|
Belhaven Community Garden Open Weekend, Saturday 27th Sept. 10am-12.30pm and Sunday 28th Sept. 12.30-3pm. Come and see what’s growing and pick your own pumpkin or squash