edinburgh climate festival

Saturday 14 August, 2021

The Edinburgh Climate Festival 2021, a free, family friendly & community-led marketplace event taking place for the first time in Leith Links East on Saturday 14th August from 12noon to 7pm. It aims to celebrate and inspe climate action.
Performances, stalls, kids’ and adults’ activities and more, this is not to be missed! 🌎 💚 ♻️ 🌳

Highlights of the ‘marketplace’ festival include:

• Family/Kids area 👪
• Market and stalls 🎪
• Background music, Live DJ 🎵
• Upcycling workshops ♻️
• Henna painting ✋
• Seed planting workshops 🌾🌱
• Storytelling and arts and craft 🎨
• Free clothes repairs 🧵 ♻️ 👚
• Free bike repairs 🚲 🔧
• Electric bike trials 🚴
• Free shop with clothes, books, shoes & more! 👚👠👗📚
• Free Yoga classes 🧘🏽‍♀️
More details to come soon along the themes of COP26, low carbon food, travel, energy and zero waste.
Please share the facebook event! #EdinburghClimateFestival
Register via Eventbrite


Restrictions and precautions will be based on Edinburgh’s COVID-19 level (currently level 0) ( Full details on Scottish Government Website
and the Scottish Government events sector guidance
Unfortunately, they are not able to offer food, drinks or toilet facilities on site, but these can be found walking distance from the venue.
Unfortunately, they are not able to offer food, drinks or toilet facilities on site, but staffed public toilets are available on the links by the tennis court.
On the day they can direct you to the closest establishments, encouraging you to try one of Leith’s many eco-friendly businesses.

You are asked:

-Not to attend the event if you have COVID-19, have COVID-19 symptoms or have tested positive for COVID-19.
-Please wear a mask. 😷
-Respect social-distancing.
They reserve the right to ask someone to leave if they don’t adhere to these rules.
The Edinburgh Climate Festival is organised by Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC), The Welcoming Association, Earth in Common, the Salisbury Centre, SHRUB Coop and the Edinburgh College Students Association. The festival is supported by the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund, and The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland.
📷 The open day is a public event and photographs and films will be taken for use for marketing uses.
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