This is the latest news from the Stirling Eco-Congregation network.
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Zero Waste Scotland has opened the application process for a new programme; the Volunteer and Community Advocate Programme.
This new programme offers funding, operated under a competitive basis, from 01 July 2013 until 31 March 2015. Details of the fund, including how to apply for this are available from the Zero Waste Scotland website:
Applications for funding will be accepted from now until 1:00 P.M. on Monday 20th May 2013 at which point the application process closes. If you would like to be considered for the delivery of the Volunteer and Community Advocate Programme ensure you submit an application completed in full within this timeframe. An ‘Application Workshop’ will be held in Stirling on the afternoon of 30 April 2013 from 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. Details of this workshop and how to register are available on the link above.
Transition Stirling recently started the Wood for All project which will include:
• Annual Woodland Event
• Green Woodwork
• Tree Identification
• Woodchipping and log splitting
• Tree planting
• Path Making
• Willow Structures
Please read their newsletter for more information: Wood for All
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Help Christian Aid make a difference by getting yourself a bargain at the Falkirk and St Modan’s Parish Church book sale starting on Monday 6th of May.
Everyone are warmly invited to the Christian Aid Roadshow at Falkirk Old and St Modan’s Parish Church for an interesting evening about the food porverty campaign Enough IF and Christian Aid’s international work.
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Please note that if you would like to have the buffet you need to register in advance. Please complete the Food registration form and pass it to Jean MacSween. Have you got problems accessing the form? Please call Jean on 01324 628918 to make your registration.
The Climate Challenge Fund will be providing application and funding advice from 1pm – 5pm on Friday 8th March at St. Ninians Old Parish Church Hall, Stirling. There is no need to book – simply turn up and you’ll be able to chat directly with a Development Officer.
The address is: Kirk Wynd, St Ninians, Stirling FK7 9AY
You can find more information about this event on the Climate Challenge Fund website.