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The Out of the Blue Drill Hall
36 Dalmeny Street, EH6 8RG Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Free Family friendly event! We are delighted to invite you to the Edinburgh Climate Festival 2018 as part of our Climate Challenge Fund projects. This year the Festival is centred on #PassitOnWeek. It aims at bringing diverse communities together around the theme of the environment, food growing, active travel, energy efficiency, and waste reduction.
Fun activities and workshops for all ages will include:
Upcycling and Eco workshops and activities
Face painting, henna painting and kids' activities (storytelling and arts and craft)
Smoothie bike, Electric bike try out, cycling activities
Big swap — bring along your clothes and books to swap!
Free raffles with amazing prizes
Musical instrument Amnesty Collection — please bring your unwanted musical instruments in good condition (no pianos please!)
Complimentary food and refreshment will be provided.
All are welcome — please circulate this invitation to your friends and contacts and on social medias. #EdinburghClimateFestival
Workshops, stalls, activities and performances from: Home Energy Scotland South East, Engineering For Change — University of Edinburgh, Love Food Hate Waste — Scotland, Changeworks, Zero Waste Leith, Edinburgh Scrap Store, Edinburgh Festival of Cycling, Remode Collective, The Edinburgh Remakery Keep Scotland Beautiful, Bridgend Growing Communities, Sustrans Scotland, Sustrans, Zero Waste Scotland, Zero Waste Edinburgh Transition Edinburgh, MY Adventure, SHRUB Co-op: The Swap and Reuse Hub, Food Sharing Edinburgh, RSPB Scotland, The Bike Station Edinburgh, Electron Wheels CEMVO Scotland, Edinburgh Contemporary Choir, Samba Sene & Diwan, Benny Tetteh-Lartey Solar Ripe Upcycled World and others!
The open day is a public event and photographs and films will be taken for use for marketing and publicity uses and in social media.
Looking forward to see you at the event.
#EdinburghClimateFestival organising group ~ ELREC, The SHRUB, The Welcoming, My Adventure, Transition Heriot Watt, and Transition Edinburgh