Organic Vegan Banquet in aid of Coal Action Scotland
Friday, 1st April 2011, 7.30pm. Old St. Paul's, Edinburgh. Entry £6-10 sliding scale depending upon what you can afford.
Come along and join us for a delicious 3 course organic vegan meal, live music and entertainments through the night, provided by the Coal Action Scotland collective. The event is to help raise funds and spread awareness about the massive expansion of the coal industry in Scotland. Bring your friends, your colleagues, your family... and their families! All are welcome.
We try to make all our events as accessible to everybody as possible and as such we are happy to cater for any dietary or accessibility requirements that you or your friends may have. We just ask that you let us know in advance so we can prepare for these properly.
Contact us at: banquet[at]coalactionscotland.org.uk
Tickets can be purchased in advance from the forest cafe, reserved by emailing the address above or bought on the night. However, due to demand at previous banquets we recommend buying/reserving tickets in advance to ensure you get a seat (especially if you may be late).
Finally, if you dig such things; there is also a facebook group that you can join - http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=164390753612487
Hope to see you there!
Love and Rage,
Coal Action Scotland X
All proceeds go to CAS, a collective which exists to challenge the devastating expanse of the coal industry throughout Scotland. Coal is one of the most carbon intensive industries and current rates of extraction, transportation and combustion are having dramatic effects on local and global ecosystems and the environment.
All these processes have equally horrific effects on human health both here in Scotland and throughout the world.
Despite these facts and because of hypocritical government policies, much of the industrial world is still inextricably linked to coal and Scotland is no different. We at CAS exist to challenge the reliance on this unsustainable fossil fuel and work towards creating positive solutions with communities who pay the true costs of coal; the fuel which perpetuates and catalyses our current course of ecocide and planetary collapse.
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