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We’re looking for a manager!

This is an exciting time for us as we establish our new workshop and launch income-generating projects transforming waste materials such as single use plastic into useful products for the community. We want to appoint a manager who can take … Continue reading

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Farewell to Kirsty

Kirsty is leaving us. We said farewell on Sunday at the Christmas Gaithering. Kirsty was with us for two and a half years and saw us through very rapid growth from a small, volunteer group to the charity employing two … Continue reading

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Want to join the Board?

We’re always looking for people to join the Board. This is a specially exciting point in our development and right now we’d love it if individuals with management and management committeee experience were to join and add their skills to … Continue reading

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Tradespark woods litter pick

A fantastic turn out last Sunday for the Tradespark woods litter pick. Around 50 people took part and collected in the region of 40 bags of waste. There were lots of drinks cans and bottles as well as buckets, a … Continue reading

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That went well!

The orchard’s looking great just now though the blossom’s fading. Fortune smiled on us last Sunday when the rain passed and the sun came out. Around 50 or 60 people came along with their picnics to enjoy the craiq, games … Continue reading

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Nairn River Enterprise and Green Hive

Our legal name is Nairn River Enterprise. We operate as “Green Hive”. This summarises our aims – to do all we can to promote our environment, protect and improve our green spaces, focusing on action, learning and community connections. Our … Continue reading

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Charity

We’ve just achieved charitable status. You’ll be able to find out about our governance and financial performance through OSCR, the charity regulator’s website. Whilst this strengthens our governance and reinforces our obligation to deliver benefit for the community, it also … Continue reading

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