Scotland

GoBike! hustings for Holyrood 2016

The 2016 Holyrood elections are approaching fast, and GoBike, the Strathclyde Cycle Campaign, have assembled an impressive array of prospective MSPs to take part in their Hustings event. Political hopefuls will be quizzed on their commitment to investing in active travel and creating an attractive environment for walking and cycling in Glasgow, Strathclyde, and Scotland.
 
The panel will comprise:
  • Claudia Beamish, Labour MSP for South Scotland list;

Stirling Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Motherwell Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Irvine Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Inverness Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Glasgow Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Edinburgh Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Dundee Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Dumfries Candidate Cafe

In the run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary elections on 5th May 2016, Oxfam and Stop Climate Chaos Scotland are giving you the chance to chat to local political candidates about the issues that matter to you.
 
Candidate Cafe events will take place in each of Scotland’s eight electoral regions. One candidate from each of the five parties currently represented at the Scottish Parliament will be there to talk to members of the public. 
 

Community and Renewable Energy Scheme Conference

This year, the annual Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) Conference is focusing on how community energy can be a key player in the renewable energy industry moving forward.
 
Through innovative financing, cutting-edge technologies and new partnerships, we will be exploring the potential of community energy, and how as an industry we can collaborate to achieve.
 

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