Nairn PLAY will be joining Green Hive on the Riverside Fun day. The event is to be held on the 20th of July 12pm till 3pm at Riverside Park. Come along and view our play park plans, give us your feedback while taking part in the activities taking place on the day.
Re-blogged from Green Hive – https://greenhive.co.uk/2019/05/06/annual-general-meeting-2019/
Thursday 23rd May, 7pm
Nairn Sailing Club, Nairn Harbour
Join us for a celebration of the achievements of Green Hive volunteers and in looking forward to what’s next as our organisation grows. For Green Hivers old and new!
You will hear about the work and achievements of the Green Hive team and have the chance to shape plans for our next year. We will be starting our first social enterprise project in the coming year, as well as growing our existing orchard project and Bumblebags up cycling project.
Join our membership by visiting our website or sign up at our AGM, to vote on who sits on our board. Board members are Directors and Trustees of the charity and oversee the work of the organisation on a regular basis.
Apply to be elected to our board and join this motley crew by emailing us at [email protected] telling us a little about yourself and why you’d like to stand.
More information on our board of directors can be found here.
Join local artist Meghann Harris and Nairn Eco on Saturday 13th for a collaborative community art work highlighting excess plastic use with everyday packaging.
On Saturday 23rd YES Nairn will be showing a series of “Journey to Yes” Films in the little theatre.
Many thanks to everyone who attended our event this morning, we hope you all had a great morning. We are very grateful to all the local businesses who generously donated raffle prizes and a big shout out to all the volunteers helping with the running of the event, providing home baking and other items making for a successful fund raiser. The youth organisation raised £411 from this event.
Don’t shop, swap! Bring the things at the back of your wardrobe that you no longer want but are in a good condition, swap them for something new and update your wardrobe for free! This Friday 3rd August at the Old Links School, 7pm.
The Wee Ginger Dug and his human Paul Kavanagh (the National columnist & blogger) will be speaking at the Little Theatre in Nairn.
Doors open at 7pm
Tickets £6 (£3 unwaged/concessions) from Maggie’s Hippylicious Dreams, High Street, Nairn.
The Wee Ginger Dug has a regular column in the National newspaper and is often featured in many pro Indy magazines and websites. You can read a lot of his work on his blog https://weegingerdug.wordpress.com
More details on the the Wee Ginger Dug comes to Nairn can be found on the Facebook Event below…
A really good turnout for the Nairn games this year a few light showers but they didn’t last, overall another great event.
Below are some photos by Paul Oldham hosted on his Flicker Account and further below in the gallery are photos of the SNP stall held at the event.