NRE’s AreaAnyone living in the postcode area IV12 can join NRE and have their say.
Joining NREAnyone, aged 16 and over, can become a member of Nairn River Enterprise. It is both a Company Limited by Guarantee and a charity, so any surplus must be ploughed back into running services. People who join up do not have to pay anything. No member will have ANY financial liability except for £1 should NRE go bust. A Board of Directors elected at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) oversee things on members behalf.
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Donate your waste plastics to the Green Hive Workshop & support reuse, before recycling. What Plastics will the Green Hive Workshop accept? Initially HDPE Plastics. That is anything with the number ‘2’ inside the recycling logo. HDPE is one of the most … Continue reading
We are looking for a consultant (or team of consultants) to conduct an options appraisal of premises in Nairn best suited to the community hub and waste reduction enterprises which are our long-term plan. As part of this we also need an … Continue reading
Have your say on climate change! Green Hive are hosting a consultation session on behalf of the Scottish Government to help people in Nairn have their say on how Scotland should repond to climate change. Sign up to attend on … Continue reading
We have taken occupancy of a unit in the Balmakeith industrial estate and are turning this big empty space in to a creative upcycling centre for the Nairnshire Community. Specialising in the reforming of plastic, we hope to offer another option … Continue reading
Despite the rain there was a great feeling, engagement from local people and lots of positive feedback. From Green Hive’s perspective the day certainly boosted volunteer support for the riverside invasive species project and our engagement with people living in … Continue reading
Andy MacVicar and Caroline Woods Welcome to the team! Andy is passionate about working with recycled materials and as Enterprise Project Officer is helping Green Hive to set up our remaking workshop in Nairn. He studied a Masters in Fine … Continue reading