SCOTTISH BORDERS GREENS NEWS
It was great to have Scottish Green Party co-leader Lorna Slater in the Borders on Thursday 30th January, delivering an excellent and thought-provoking talk on Antarctica and climate change at Stow Primary School, itself an inspiring centre for environmental education and activism.
We had a bumper audience (60) of local folk and no shortage of questions and debate – many thanks to Lorna, to Green Stow and of course Stow Primary School for hosting, and to everyone who came out on a cold windy January night!
Scottish Borders Greens took part in the national re-launch of the Green YES campaign in St Boswells on Saturday 1st February.
Dates for your Diary –
Next branch meeting will be held in Peebles on Saturday 15th February at 7pm at The School Brae Hub (ex ex-servicemen’s club), School Brae, Peebles.EH45 8AT.
Amongst the items on the agenda will be Campaigns, Green Yes, Gay Pride Hawick, upcoming talks and events and Holyrood & council elections 2021.
All members are welcome to join us at our branch meetings, we try to car share wherever possible and have online conferencing for those wishing to attend but are unable to in person. Please contact us to enquire about these.
Scottish Greens at Edinburgh Climate Strike – Friday 14th February 11am- 2pm
On Valentine’s Day, Friday 14th February, the Scottish Greens will be supporting the Scottish Youth Climate Strike outside the Scottish Parliament building.
The climate strikers are calling on you to declare your love for our planet on Friday the 14th of February, declare your love and compassion for the people who do not have a voice and already suffer from the impacts of the climate and ecological break down.
Come along and join the Green bloc in showing our support for the amazing activists who are calling for climate justice in the year of the Glasgow COP. Look out for the Green flags and placards!
Further details via FACEBOOK EVENT
Scottish Green Party Spring Conference – Saturday, 28 March from 9:30am-18:00pm at Adam Smith Theatre, Bennochy Road, Kirkaldy. KY1 1ET
Further details and to book Spring Conference 2020
Green Stow A community group, not aligned to any political party, based in Stow in the Scottish Borders, but welcoming members and supporters from everywhere! We are a hub for everyone who is interested in saving the environment and tackling climate change through local, national and international action. We meet informally at the Cloudhouse cafe in Stow each month on Sundays at 11.30am.
Please sign the petition asking Scottish Borders Council to divest from fossil fuel CLICK HERE
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