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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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
‘New friends and natter’ Friday 5th July Friday 19th July Green Hive Hub, Links Studios, Grant Street, Fishertown, 10am-1pm Open doors at our hub space, a chance to socialise with other Green Hivers, have a nice cuppa and some cake. All … Continue reading
Saturday 20th July 12pm-3pm at Riverside Park, near the Jubilee Bridge Green Hive, the Nairn and Nairnshire Community Partnership and other local community groups with an interest in the Riverside Park are joining together to provide a free and accessible afternoon … Continue reading
Bumblebags Sewing Group Saturday 11th May Saturday 8th June Green Hive Hub, Links Studios, Grant Street, Fishertown at 11am Take part in our sewing group at the Green Hive hub, upcycle unwanted fabric to create reusable bags to be donated to local … Continue reading
Thursday 23rd May, 7pm Nairn Sailing Club, Nairn Harbour Join us for a celebration of the achievements of Green Hive volunteers and in looking forward to what’s next as our organisation grows. For Green Hivers old and new! You will hear … Continue reading
Over the last couple of years there has been a growing partnership between Green Hive and the Nairn Allotments Orchard Group (NAOG). With NAOG helping us to set up the Viewfield Community Orchard by supplying locally grown trees and training … Continue reading
This summer and over the next few years Green Hive are joining with the Spey Fishery Board on the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI) project, a four year Heritage Lottery Fund supported project working to reduce numbers of invasive species … Continue reading