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Want to be part of Scotland’s first ever online election debate on climate change?

...e political agenda, and we need your support. We’d love you to take part in the Climate Day Election Debate – a fantastic opportunity to ask your burning questions about climate change to your future politicians from the comfort of your own living room. Exactly three weeks today, the event will be broadcast over the internet starting at 7.30pm. Tune in online to watch the debate and post your questions by email, Facebook or Twitter...

Next Portobello Market: 7th April

...ival courtesy of Scottish Parliament funding. We now have a centre piece in the form of a large teepee tent, supplied for free by Nordic Outdoor, and all new banners, posters and flags promoting the new name, Portobello Market. Each month a new A‑board will advertise the next market’s entertainment. COME ALONG: A large presence is needed to swell the numbers and encourage community participation in all the events, so please do make...

DIY Energy Efficiency Workshops

...ond year in a row Edinburgh World Heritage is partnering with Greenworks in running these hugely popular courses.The courses are aimed at someone new to DIY or saving energy in the home. We look at the basic uses of energy in the home and what practical actions can be made to reduce fuel bills and heat loss at home. Each hands-on workshop focuses on key skills and tools, and demonstrates how to get the best results. A very enjoyable wa...

Volunteer with the Otesha UK cycle tour this summer

...and Tartan Trail (5th August – 17th September). Volunteers will be taking in the delights of the UK from their saddles, performing a play, making the world a better place, learning new skills (bike maintenance, theatre, consensus decision-making, sustainable and group living… the list goes on), meeting new friends, and generally making mischief. If you’re 18 to 28 and passionate about creating a sustainable future, then why...

Why is local and organic food important?

Most of the food we buy in the UK has been transported from far away — sometimes flown in from the other side of the world. The carbon emissions that often result from these ‘food miles’ are one way in which we are adding to climate change. In addition, much of our food is now produced using intensive farming methods, which have high carbon emissions and other environmental impacts, such as pollution from chemical fertili...

Stallholders for Portobello Market, Saturday 3rd April

...for the doggy pal in your life plus info on dog handling, agility and training classes Brand Family Larder                   a choice selection of quality deli goods, fresh eggs, farm reared pork and lamb in a variety of ranges and fresh veg too Baked or Naked                          healthy, environmentally friendly vegan baking with no compromise on quality or taste, with a fine selection of sweet baking Woodmill Game             ...

Wassail!

...hard on Sat 28th January 2 – 4pm January is traditionally the time for singing rowdy songs in orchards to celebrate the harvest from the previous year, chase away evil spirits and so ensure a good crop in the coming season.  Please bring noise making equipment (drums, whistles, pans), bread to hang on the trees, apple juice to soak the bread in, and wear scary clothes if you wish, to scare away any evil spirits that may be lurking…...

Responses to Copenhagen

...n (Head of Science at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency) response in The Herald George Monbiot in The Guardian summarises what happened at Copenhagen. A public relations expert explains to Americans why Obama can’t really do anything about healthcare, climate change, etc unless (as Monbiot says above) people who care get organised, get active and make it happen. A summary of what’s in the accord from Climate Code Red, an Austra...

Wassail

...hard on Sat 23rd January 2 – 4pm January is traditionally the time for singing rowdy songs in orchards to celebrate the harvest from the previous year, chase away evil spirits and so ensure a good crop in the coming season.  Please bring noise making equipment (drums, whistles, pans), bread to hang on the trees, apple juice to soak the bread in, and wear scary clothes if you wish, to scare away any evil spirits that may be lurking…...

Portobello Market, Saturday 6th March 2021

...ay 6th March in Brighton Park, from 9:30am to 1:30pm. As restrictions remain in place, this market will again consist of food retail only. We hope to be back to a normal market with all traders come 3rd April 😄 Check out the website for a full list of the stallholders able to attend And the fab aloes coffee van is back! All the safety management will be in in place, with sanitising stations at the entrances.  The stalls will be set b...