Monday, September 16, 2013

A few things to do in October

The second ever Global Frackdown Day takes place on Saturday 19 October 2013.

On the same day the Scottish National Party holds its party conference in Perth, it’s the perfect opportunity to show Government the strength of opposition to unconventional gas in Scotland and around the world.
What: a vibrant gathering of people and groups who want to say no to unconventional gas and fracking!
Where: near Perth Concert Hall
When: 12pm, Saturday 19 October 2013

This is the SNP’s last major party conference ahead of next years independence referendum so a critical time to influence Government policy. They already know that unconventional gas is unnecessary, lets show them its unsafe and unwanted too!

Global Frackdown Day is supported by 200 organisations around the world. 
Find out more by CLICKING HERE

Please forward to friends, family, colleagues, lists and spread the word!


Scandalous Edinburgh! Walking Tour

Spread the word to anyone or anywhere you think’d be interested. Only 15 places per tour so could fill up fast!
Saturday 5 October, 11am
Wednesday 9 October, 3.30pm
Wednesday 16 October, 3.30pm
Saturday 26 October, 11am
(plus a sort of preview 3.30pm on Thurs Sept 26th)
Take a guided walking tour around Edinburgh’s financial districts this autumn. Behind the grand facades there is a hidden story to tell. Our tour guides will expose how these ‘esteemed’ banking and financial institutions are fuelling environmental destruction and human rights abuses.
But it’s not all doom and gloom: you’ll hear stories of hardy activists, and banks that dare to be different. You will also discover how you could help achieve meaningful change...
Join us on a tour in October for history, anecdotes and eye-opening information. Dress warmly and prepare to be scandalised!
The tour will last around 2 hours. Tickets are £5 and must be booked in advance.
To book phone 0131 243 2730 or go to

For more information please CLICK HERE

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