Community News and Events: Black Isle

Rowan at Black Isle Gathering

BIG was a successful event and at the end of the video you can see our board chair April handing out advice on composting and recycling.

 

Pumpkin Stall

Come along and check out what to do with your leftover pumpkin.  The Zero Waste Volunteers will be on hand to give advice on composting and reducing food waste.  Free face painting, pumpkin soup to try and seeds to take home.

We are at North Kessock 10-12pm; and Simpsons Garden Centre 2.30-4.30pm.

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Where & When

Sat, 30/10/2010 - 10:00am - 4:30pm
North Kessock Community Market and Simpsons Garden Centre, Inverness

Let's Talk Rubbish

 

RoWAN are hosting a talk entitled “Archaeology is Rubbish” by local archaeologist Susan Kruse. Susan will be giving us food for thought with a talk entitled "Archaeology is Rubbish". She will explore the way people have treated rubbish through the ages, from the earliest Mesolithic times through to today. From this perspective she will suggest that there may be valuable lessons from the past, as well as sobering reflections on what archaeologists of the future may think about us today. Read more

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Where & When

Tue, 01/06/2010 - 7:30pm
Dingwall Community Centre

Black Isle Transition

  • local food
  • local trade
  • renewable energy
  • better, safer and cleaner transport
  • strong communities
  • a healthy environment
  • a rich productive landscape
  • ... and a resilient Black Isle

Transition Black Isle Climate Question Time

 

landfillHosted by Transition Town Black Isle, this event  promises to be explosive!  Find out what local politicians have to say about climate change and make your voice heard about how it will affect your community!  Master Composter Project Officer Katy will be available to make the case for home composting, which makes a real contribution to reducing methane production from landfill sites.

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Where & When

Thu, 10/12/2009 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Fortrose Academy

Transition Black Isle

Transition Black Isle is an informal community group set up in February 2009 to plan for a post-Peak Oil and Climate Change future for Black Isle area.  They are actively developing practical projects to promote

  • local food
  • local trade
  • renewable energy
  • a better environment
  • safer and cleaner transport
Phone Numbers: 
+44 (0)1349 866 933
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