September’s Tayport Climate Festival created such an amazing buzz in our community. It was a real joy to come together and start some important conversations about our future.
Actions we take over the next 10 years are critical to stopping the worst of the climate and nature crisis and to protect things we love. It’s clear that we already do a lot in Tayport to take care of each other and the planet – but if we put our heads together we can do even more!
Join us for an afternoon of creative imagining of Tayport’s future, followed by a shared evening meal on Saturday 6th November.
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Children’s storytelling session with Owen Pilgrim has been made possible due to the Scottish International Storytelling Festival’s Big Scottish Story Ripple initiative and is supported by TRACS and the Scottish Storytelling Forum.
This event is supported by PLANT, Tayport Community Council and Tayport Community Trust. PLANT’s creative partner in CULTIVATE, Zoe Swann, will also be making sure our young people’s voices are heard, and documenting our community vision.
The event is also a part of COP26 Coalition’s Day of Action for Climate Justice on the 6th of November.