Thinking of applying for an award? Make sure you have the most up-to-date version of the application forms and supporting documents, uploaded to the website today. We have made a few minor changes to the award criteria, to make them a little clearer for everyone. Who will be next to apply for an award?
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Eco-Congregation Scotland is excited to announce the appointment of Stephen Curran as manager. Stephen brings a wealth of skills and experience with him to this important post. As a Glasgow City Councillor he has served as City Treasurer, and Executive Member for Education and Young People; and has been active in the Justice and Peace
The next EcoCongregation Central Borders Network meeting will be on Thursday 13th September commencing at 7.30 pm. Kindly hosted by Hawick Baptist Church the venue will be The Well, Bourtree Terrace, TD9 9HN; it’s suggested that we park by Morrisons and walk up. AGENDA Welcome, introductions and apologies New Members Greener Borders Winter Talks 2018/19 Reports
There are a few days left to apply if you’re looking for financial help towards biodiversity and outdoor projects! Get your skates on! Established in 2015, the Postcode Local Trust provides grants to projects that are beneficial to local areas. It offers funding for outdoor projects related to play areas, green spaces, sustainable energy and
Anyone looking for small grants towards their church conservation project? We’d particularly suggest checking this out if you’re taking part in the Faith Action for Nature project. Grab A Grant! As the blistering hot summer starts fading into a more recognisable Scottish pattern, now is the time to start thinking about preparing your local outdoor
Good Money Week is a campaign to show you there are sustainable and ethical options when it comes to your bank, pension, savings and investments. At this year’s Good Money Week conference on we will provide you with an opportunity to consider how your faith, values and finances interact. Learn how the UN Sustainable Development
A group of 7 of us associated with Selkirk Parish Church arranged to meet with our MSP, Rachael Hamilton, at one of her surgeries last week. We explained why we were concerned about climate change, and urged her to press for an even stronger Climate Bill. She listened to what we had to say, and