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Tour of Neilston Community Wind Farm
24 Aug 13
Scotland and Northern Ireland
The Bank, 84 Main Street, Neilston, G78 3EA
This is a past event, you can no longer book tickets.
Join the Co-operative and Neilston Community Trust for a morning of community energy and a visit to the four-turbine Neilston Community Wind Farm.
Refreshments at The Bank will be followed by presentations from Pauline Gallacher, Projects Coordinator for Neilston Development Trust, Colin Baines, Campaigns Manager at The Co-operative and a representative from Community Energy Scotland. A coach will take attendees the few miles to the wind farm where Dominic Farrugia, Director of Carbon Free Developments, will give a tour of the project. A buffet lunch will be served back at The Bank.
Read more about the Neilston Community Wind Farm here.
To book a place on this visit, click the button on the right or email: firstname.lastname@example.org