Thu 13 Nov, 2014

Our AGM (members only) will take place on Tuesday 16th December in Kilwinning at 7pm in Taylors Hotel. Directly following the AGM we will be having an End of Year Get Together at 8pm and everyone is invited.  All members, friends and non-members are all very welcome. Even if you don't know any members and were perhaps curious about the Greens or thought about joining the #GreenSurge, come along and have a drink, food and a chat with members who will warmly welcome you. There will be a bar, buffet and music.

For more information and tickets visit HERE.

Following the AGM and gathering we'll be taking a break over Christmas to return in January where we will be organising public meetings and various other events. We've set up a public calendar that will include not only activities from the Ayrshire Branch of the Scottish Greens but also events that are organised by other local groups that are in line with the Green message and where many of our members are actively involved. There are a few on there just now and it will be continually updated:

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If you have any events you would like put on the calendar, get in touch and we hope to see your faces soon.


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