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Disappointing news. Just in.

Porty & Leith Community Wind Turbine hits stumbling block in land negotiations | PEDAL – Portobello.
We are very dis­ap­poin­ted that our plans for the first urban com­munity wind tur­bine in Scotland have hit a stum­bling block after the landowner, Scottish Water, changed their stance on the pro­ject at the start of this year.
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Sustaining Dunbar are seeking a Local Food Project Worker.

Wanted: Local Food Project Worker |
We are looking to find a Local Food Project Worker to support households, schools and groups in the Dunbar District. The deadline for submitting a letter of interest and CV regarding this contract is by 5pm Friday 11 May to the attention of Sustaining Dunbar Local Food Project, 16 West Port, Dunbar ...
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A useful read for the Incredibly Edible Musselburgh project

This Case Study reviews the work of the Community Land Advisory Service (CLAS) which has been developed to help address the lack of available land for community gardening and associated green space activities.

Growing Bonds Between Land Owners & Communities | Projects
Central Scotland Green Network
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Date for your diary. ALSO don't miss Musselburgh Horty's Plant sale at Holilies, 10-12.

Next Market
This month: Following on from the fantastic success of the Easter market, we are once again offering entertainment: AnnieD will be appearing with her amazing face painting and a young student duo will be providing great music in two 1-hour sets. Our traders this month include:
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FREE home insulation for East Lothian households

For more info:

FREE home insulation for East Lothian households - East Lothian Council
FREE home insulation for East Lothian households - scheme giving free insulation to East Lothian homes
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Are you interested in the Great Cloth Diaper (Nappy) Change? See the link for more info

As well as using your vegetable peelings for your compost why not give them to yours or your neighbours Guinea pigs or pet rabbits who love fresh veg. Caroline Archbold – Advice Team Manager - South East Scotland