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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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
Margaret has been part of Green Hive for the last year with the Bumblebags group, community orchard, New Friends and Natter meet ups and lots more! This is what she has to say about Green Hive. “The ‘green hive’ offers … Continue reading
Queens Park Bulb PlantingSunday 10th November, 2pm-3.30pmMeet at the corner of George Street and Anne Crescent In partnership with Keeping Nairnshire Colourful. Come help plant spring flowering bulbs. No experience necessary, just turn up and join in. We will provide … Continue reading
It’s my favourite time of year again and I’ve done a lot of research into some quick, easy and creative ways to help you get the most out of your pumpkins and jack o’lanterns. Did you know an estimated 10 … 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’re fast approaching the end of the season for Balsam Bashing – a massive thank you to everyone who has helped out and spent time clearing Himalayan Balsam this year, the Riverside and surrounding area looks completely renewed after all … 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