Events

  • Sun
    24
    Feb
    2013
    6:00 pmDCA, Nethergate, Dundee

    There is to be a showing of the film Chasing Ice at DCA next Sunday, 24th Feb at 6pm. This is a documentary using time-lapse cameras to show the effects of climate change on glaciers, with stunning photography. 

    You can watch a trailer for the film here – http://chasingice.co.uk

    And to book tickets, the link to the DCA is here –

    http://www.dca.org.uk/whats-on/films/chasing-ice.html

  • Wed
    27
    Feb
    2013
    1:00 pmScottish Parliament (view online)

    Here's something different for your lunchbreak next Wednesday - Joseph Stiglitz advising the Scottish Parliament's Economy, Energy and Tourism Committee on Alternatives to GDP.  The session can be viewed as it happens from 1-2 pm at http://www.scottishparliament.c.bowtietv.net/committee1.wmv.asx and will later be archived and available as a recording.

    More information in this News posting.

  • Wed
    27
    Feb
    2013
    7:00 pmMethodist Church, West Marketgait, Dundee, DD1 1QR

    Come and meet new Friends of the Earth Scotland Director, Richard Dixon, and discuss the organisation’s priorities.

    The next Group meeting will be the AGM, to be held on 27 February 2013, at 7 pm. Richard Dixon, the new Director of FoE Scotland will be speaking about the draft strategy for the national organisation, and inviting comments and suggestions. All FoE Scotland members and supporters are encouraged to attend.

    The meeting will be held at the Methodist Church on West Marketgait, Dundee, DD1 1QR. It is situated between the Alliance Trust HQ and the car park on South Tay Street. Phone 01382 732457 for further directions if required.

  • Wed
    27
    Mar
    2013
    7:00 pm36 Luke Place, Broughty Ferry
  • Wed
    24
    Apr
    2013
    7:30 pm8 Glasclune Way, Broughty Ferry, DD5 3TJ

    Our regular monthly meeting.  Discussion will focus on the biomass campaign and the Courier debate planned for 1 May.  See details in this post.

    Newcomers are welcome to come along to our meetings.  Please phone 01382 732457 for more details.

    The venue is on the No 5 bus route.

  • Sat
    21
    Sep
    2013
    Mon
    23
    Sep
    2013
    Various times over the weekendVarious beaches in Dundee and Angus

    If you enjoy visiting attractive clean beaches, you can help with the annual Beachwatch beach clean.  Choose the time and place that suits you best over the weekend.

    Full details on this page.

  • Wed
    25
    Sep
    2013
    7:00 pmDundee University, final details to be confirmed

    Regular group meeting, including a presentation and discussion on an interdisciplinary student project which is investigating the development and use of a genetically modified material to neutralise the toxins in blue-green algae.  Read more in this post.

    Open to non-members.  Final details of venue will be posted here.

  • Wed
    09
    Oct
    2013
    7-9 pmBroughty Ferry Castle Barracks

    The BLACK FISH are coming to DUNDEE

    The Black Fish is a European based conservation organisation on a mission to change attitudes towards our precious oceans and work to protect the unique life within them.

    Come and find out more from The Black Fish on Wednesday 9th October 2013, 7pm to 9pm @ Broughty Ferry Castle Barracks, 1 Castle Approach Dundee DD5 2TF

    More details here.

  • Sat
    19
    Oct
    2013
    12:00 pmnear Perth Concert Hall

    The second ever Global Frackdown Day takes place on Saturday 19 October this year.

    On the same day the SNP hold its party conference in Perth so it’s the perfect opportunity to show Government the strength of opposition to unconventional gas in Scotland and around the world.

    More details on this page.

  • Sat
    26
    Oct
    2013
    Sun
    27
    Oct
    2013
    12:00 pmDVA, Number 10, Constitution Street, Dundee

    The annual gathering of local Friends of the Earth groups from around Scotland will this year include an Activists' Assembly involving other campaigning organisations.  More details in this post.

     

  • Wed
    12
    Feb
    2014
    7-9 pmUniversity of Dundee: Dalhousie Building (Room 1LG02), Hawkhill

    A series of events are being held around Scotland this month, supported by Friends of the Earth Scotland on the referendum, the environment and social justice.  Two of these will be in Dundee.  The first is a workshop event:

    An introduction to Scottish politics and what the referendum on Scottish independence has to do with social and environmental justice.
    With Ric Lander, People & Planet.

    Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, Wed 12 February 2014, 7-9 pm.

    Click here for more details and to register for this free event.

    This will build up to a larger event on 22 Feb.:

     2014 Matters: power, poverty and inequality in a changing world, will be from 4.30 – 6pm on Saturday February 22, at the Hannah McLure Centre on Bell Street. Speakers will include Katherine Trebeck from Oxfam, Anas Sarwar MP, deputy leader of the Scottish Labour Party, Alex Renton, award-winning journalist specialising in poverty and international development and Polly Jones from WDM. This event is free. Click here to book your place.

     

  • Sat
    22
    Feb
    2014
    2.00 - 4.00 pmHannah McLure Centre, Bell St, Dundee

    A powerful reflection on the frontline impacts of our global food system, this mesmerizing film deservingly walked away with the Grand Jury Prize for World Documentary at Sundance.

    It is followed from 4.30 pm by a debate exploring what place the environment, poverty and global justice have in Scotland's future.  Click here for details.

    A River Changes Course vividly captures the profound interdependence between Cambodian river, forest and farm peoples and the foods they harvest. Intimate, moving and stunningly filmed by director Kalyanee Mam (of the Oscar-winning Inside Job).  While moments of great beauty, grace and humour shine through, Mam witnesses the growing effects of debt, international land grabs and urbanisation on the families’ means of survival and happiness, finally begging both filmmaker and audience to break the silence and speak out from behind the screen.

    Entrance is free, but to cover our costs we request a donation of £3.50 on the door. Thank you in advance.  Reserve a ticket here.

    Screening organised in partnership with the World Development Movement, Dundee Urban Orchard and the Co-operative Membership.

     

     

     

  • Sat
    22
    Feb
    2014
    4.30 - 6 pmHannah McLure Centre, Bell St, Dundee

    2014 Matters: power, poverty and inequality in a changing world, will be from 4.30 – 6pm on Saturday February 22, at the Hannah McLure Centre (in the Abertay University Students' Union building) on Bell Street.  Speakers will include Katherine Trebeck from Oxfam, Anas Sarwar MP, deputy leader of the Scottish Labour Party, Alex Renton, award-winning journalist specialising in poverty and international development and Polly Jones from WDM.

    This event is free. Click here for more details and to book your place.

  • Wed
    26
    Feb
    2014
    7 - 9 pmBaxter Suite, Room 1.36, Tower Building, University of Dundee

    There is a wide range of organisations in the Dundee area with an interest in environmental issues.  Often these interests overlap, and we can benefit from working together, but we are often too busy and miss these opportunities.

    This Gathering will give us the chance to meet each other, explore these opportunities and identify some priorities for working closer together in the coming year.

    A Directory of Green Groups is also being put together to raise awareness of the different organisations and encourage collaboration.  It should shortly appear on this website.

    If you are involved in a group or initiative connected with the environment, and have not already been contacted about the Directory and the Green Gathering, please contact us.

    The short FoE Tayside AGM will come at the end of the Gathering, so those attending can depart at that point if they wish.

     

  • Sat
    14
    Feb
    2015
    10:00 - 15:00Dundee City Centre, outside Overgate, beside the Penguins

    Members of Friends of the Earth Tayside and other green groups are holding the event as part of the national “For the Love of” campaign organised by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland.  This is a coalition of many organisations, including Oxfam, the RSPB, Greenpeace and Christian Aid.

    The news coverage on climate change tends to be at a high level, detached from people’s lives, with all the talk about CO2 parts per million and percentage emission reductions by 2050.  There’s less attention to how it will affect the lives of ordinary people.  The event will encourage passers-by to discuss how things that matter to them are affected.

    They will be encouraged to send a message urging the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to push for an ambitious global deal at the crucial Paris Climate Change Conference in December this year.

  • Wed
    18
    Feb
    2015
    18:45 - 20:50Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, Hawkhill

    Members of different Green Groups around Dundee and Tayside will be meeting to hear about - and discuss - how walking, cycling and public transport can be encouraged in the area.

    Phil Nowotny, Active Travel officer for the regional transport partnership Tactran will talk about the revised regional active travel strategy.  John Berry, head of the sustainable transport team at Dundee City Council, will explain what is happening on the ground in Dundee.  And there will be plenty of opportunity for participants to ask questions and contribute their own suggestions.

    Contact us if you are interested in attending.

  • Wed
    25
    Feb
    2015
    19:00 - 19:30Henry's Coffee House, City Square, Dundee

    Our February meeting date coincides with the TTIP event being organised by Global Justice Now - details here.  So we're going to hold a short get-together to review the recent For the Love of event, and the Green Groups Sustainable Travel event, before going along to the TTIP event - there's lots happening in February!

  • Wed
    25
    Feb
    2015
    7:30 pmCommittee Room 1, Dundee City Council, 14 City Square, Dundee

    The purpose of the event is to share information about the trade deal which we are opposing, and to plan some local action.

    Come and learn more about this EU-US trade deal and corporate power grab, why we need to stop it, and how we might begin to take action in Dundee. With speakers from Global Justice Now (used to be the World Development Movement) and Dundee Trades Union Congress.
    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a EU-US trade deal and corporate power grab that threatens democracies across Europe. The deal includes plans to 'harmonise' laws between the two superpowers which will likely weaken hard-won legislation on our environment, food and workers' rights, and threaten our public services. Plans for corporate courts (Investor-State-Dispute-Settlement) allowing big business to sue governments for any new laws that might affect their profits, bypassing national court systems, has horrified citizens across Europe. A movement to stop the trade deal is growing across the continent.
    TTIP will affect people in Scotland: from the NHS and other public services, to laws on fracking, local procurement, and the food we eat. We must make our voices heard with others across Europe and stop this trade deal. Please come along on 25 February and help us organise action in Dundee.
    This is a free event, but please let us know you are coming: https://stop-ttip-dundee.eventbrite.co.ukor on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/975693662460160/
    Global Justice Now recently took a group of 130 activists to Brussels to protest against TTIP during the latest round of negotiations. Read about what they did here: http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/news/2015/jan/27/nottip-train-transport-100-uk-activists-confront-trade-negotiations-brussels
  • Sat
    22
    Aug
    2015
    11.00 - 15.00Desperate Dan, City Square, Dundee

    A demonstration to raise awareness of TTIP and encourage passers-by to sign a petition opposing it.  Come along and help hand out leaflets, or just find out more about why this proposed deal is bad news for people, animal welfare, the environment, public services, and democracy.

  • Sat
    19
    Sep
    2015
  • Sun
    20
    Sep
    2015
    10:00 amAuchmithie, north of Arbroath
  • Sun
    27
    Sep
    2015
    12.00 - 17.30West Church, Perth Road, Dundee

    Dundee is the venue for this event highlighting the positive responses we can make to tackling climate change.  It's organised by Stop Climate Chaos and FoE Scotland.

    The programme has been finalised and you can find all the details on the Eventbrite booking page at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/to-paris-and-beyond-a-festival-of-climate-alternatives-solutions-dundee-tickets-18049704151. Just scroll down the page for the programme. You need to register on this page to attend, and to make sure you get some lunch!

    It's free to take part, and is intended to be a drop-in event, so if you wish you can come to the sessions which most interest you.

    There's also a Facebook page for the full series of events taking place on 26-27 September:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/888578597879067/

    Please share this with members of your group, and with other friends and contacts - the more the merrier.

     

  • Sun
    01
    Nov
    2015
    3-5 p.m.Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, Hawkhill, Lecture Theatre 1

     

    Come along to hear more about the CETA and TTIP "trade deals" at this national event, being held in Dundee. CETA is a parallel trade deal (with Canada) to TTIP (with the US), but is closer to being ratified by member states of the EU. Both deals are claimed to boost the economy but instead are designed to boost corporate profits at the expense of democratic rights and hard-won protection of our environment, working conditions, animal welfare and food quality. Public services such as the NHS will be undermined by corporate bidding for contracts. Jobs in the UK are expected to be lost, and wage levels cut, as domestic companies struggle to compete.

    A good turnout at this event will send a powerful message to politicians - and you'll be able to find out much more about these damaging trade deals. The event is organised by Global Justice Now, with support from Stop TTIP Dundee, and is the only Scottish venue on this UK-wide speaker tour.

    There is now an eventbrite page set up at this url: https://ceta.eventbrite.co.uk – please could you sign up here so the organisers can get a better idea of numbers for the event. There's more information on the event and speakers below.

    Lots of organisations are campaigning against TTIP and CETA, including international development NGOs and trades unions.
    You can read more about TTIP here: http://www.waronwant.org/what-ttip and http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/tags/ttip

    Please pass this on to your members and any friends who may be interested.

    Mayday 2015 demo against TTIP

    Mayday 2015 demo against TTIP

    From Global Justice Now:
    More details on the facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/143897192627565/
    Also, in case anyone doesn’t know, we do have A5 flyers printed advertising the event. I am happy to send a bunch to anyone who thinks they will make use of this.  Please help us to advertise this on social media, by email and using the flyers – it’s a great opportunity for people to get more information about TTIP and CETA and to inspire them to get more involved in campaigning against these trade deals.
    Speaker tour: Stop the transatlantic trade deals!
    In early 2016, a trade deal between Canada and the EU (the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or CETA) is due to be debated and voted on in the European parliament.
    CETA is a lot like TTIP, the US-EU trade deal currently under negotiation – except the negotiations are finished on CETA. Like TTIP it allows corporations to sue governments in secret courts over decisions they don’t like.
    As part of the growing movement against corporate trade deals and to try to stop final agreement of CETA, we’re planning a speaker tour in early November.
    The speakers will be:
    · Maude Barlow, chair of citizens’ group the Council of Canadians
    · Yash Tandon, Ugandan trade expert and author of Trade is War
    · Nick Dearden, director of Global Justice Now
    This event at Dundee University, is the first event of the speaker tour, and its only Scottish venue. The event is free, but please register on eventbrite so that we can get an idea of numbers.

     

  • Sat
    28
    Nov
    2015
    12:00 pmThe Meadows, Edinburgh

    People from all over Scotland will gather in Edinburgh on 28 November to demand that world leaders reach an ambitious deal at the climate negotiations in Paris, taking place at that time.  A large contingent is expected to travel through from Dundee and Tayside.

    We'll gather at the Meadows, then march through to Princes Street Gardens to hear speakers make the case against further exploitation of fossil fuels, and in favour of a just transition to a low-carbon future.

    More details on this page.

     

  • Wed
    30
    Mar
    2016
    7:00 pmChaplaincy, University of Dundee

    Sharing food and conversation from 7 pm, before the formal discussions starting around 8 pm.  Come along and let us know what you think should be our priorities for campaigning in the year ahead.

  • Mon
    18
    Apr
    2016
    7 for 7.30 p.m.Bank Bar, Union Street, Dundee

    A social evening, raising funds for Friends of the Earth Tayside and STOP TTIP Dundee

    Everyone welcome!  (It's the first one of these we have tried, so please come along and help make it a success)

    Monday 18th April, Bank Bar, Union Street, 7pm for 7:30pm start

    £1 per person

    Come on your own or in a team (max 4)

    Raffle (donations of prizes welcomed!)

  • Sat
    17
    Sep
    2016
    Sun
    18
    Sep
    2016
    10:00 amBroughty Ferry, and Angus beaches
    This coming weekend there will be beach cleanups and data gathering as part of the national Beachwatch, led by the Marine Conservation Society.  These include the cleanup at Broughty East beach starting at 10.00 a.m. on Saturday 17 September, organised by Doug McLaren of FoE Tayside. Further details are here: http://www.mcsuk.org/beachwatch/beach/broughty-ferry-east-end/event/2016-09-17. Please let Doug know if you are able to take part, on 07986 971 145.

    Shanwell Marine Conservation members clearing up on Broughty Ferry beach

    Shanwell Marine Conservation members clearing up on Broughty Ferry beach

  • Sun
    25
    Sep
    2016
    10:30 amEdinburgh, venue tbc

    Young Friends of the Earth Scotland has organised its first network gathering to take place in Edinburgh on the 25th September which young environmentalists in Tayside may be interested to attend.

    The idea of this event is to explore setting up a network of young activists and youth organisations from across Scotland who can come to build campaigns and actions together.  It's an opportunity for you to help shape this new network from the start.

    Organiser Alan Munro says:

    "Are you aged 18-30 and living in Scotland? Are you passionate about campaigning for social and environmental justice? Young Friends of the Earth Scotland would like to invite you to our first official network gathering, taking place on the 25th September in Edinburgh. Whether you are new to campaigning or already involved in activism, we would love to see you there. The day will include plenty of opportunity to get to know one another, share experiences and stories, and plan how to build the network. For more information and to register for a place, please visit goo.gl/RoR7Yy.

    Attendance is free and help with travel costs may be available if needed.

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/334293710236701/"

     

  • Mon
    26
    Sep
    2016
    6:00 pmSteps Theatre, Victoria Road, Dundee (behind Wellgate Centre)

    Monday 26 September, 6 pm, at the Steps Theatre, Victoria Road (behind the Wellgate Centre), there will be a screening of "This Changes Everything", the film based on the powerful book by Naomi Klein which highlights how climate change is the consequence of our exploitative capitalist system, dominated by powerful corporations where the pursuit of profit comes before protection of our environment.

    The event is free to attend, although donations will be gratefully received.
    There will be a discussion following the film, about the messages it seeks to put across and the connections with the proposed trade deals outlined below.

    Please print off copies of the poster to put on display and distribute to others.  Download from the documents page.

    Poster for the film showing

    This event is being organised by Stop TTIP Dundee, the local campaign group which is part of the Scotland and Europe-wide coalition of organisations seeking to block the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. That proposed deal between the US and EU now seems likely to be dropped as a result of mounting public opposition and the doubts of key players, France and Germany, demonstrating the effectiveness of the mass movement opposing it.

    However, a sister trade deal between the EU and Canada called CETA has already been agreed and is awaiting final approval. It contains many of the same provisions which were being discussed within TTIP, and could be used by US Corporations to impose their commercial interests on EU countries - before Brexit could be implemented. This would be at the expense of environmental, health and safety, and animal welfare standards in the UK as well as the EU. More information here: http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/stop-ceta

    See also this page for more background on the campaign against TTIP

  • Wed
    28
    Sep
    2016
    7:00 pmThe Chaplaincy, University of Dundee (beside the Library)

    This is the next regular monthly meeting of FoE Tayside

    It is open to anyone supportive of the work of Friends of the Earth, to come and hear about our activities and contribute suggestions for future campaigns.  There is no need to become a member at the first meeting - find out more about us and then decide.

     

  • Wed
    30
    Nov
    2016
    10:00 - 13:00Ashton Hall, Caird Hall Complex, Dundee

    This is a public event which will focus attention on the impact which air pollution has on public health, the current situation and trends in Dundee, and actions that have been taken to improve air quality.

    Participants will hear from health specialists and Council officers, and have the opportunity to discuss the issues raised and suggest further measures to improve the situation.

    The challenge of tackling air pollution should be at the forefront of campaigning for Council elections coming up in May 2017.

    Everyone is welcome to this free event, but it is essential to register in advance (below), as capacity is limited.

    Whether you are a Councillor, a prospective Councillor, a representative of a community organisation, a transport operator, an academic, a journalist or just interested in the topic, please do attend!

    Further information on the health impacts of air pollution is provided in this earlier post.

    To reserve your place at the event, go to this page.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017
    10am till noonLunan Bay North

    Meet at the beach car park.  Clean-up will be in conjunction with Glaxo Smith-Kline volunteers.  Contact Doug at 07986 971145 to let him know you're going and for any enquiries.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017
    2pm - 4pmMontrose

    Meet at the Beach Café.  Contact Doug at 07986 971145 to let him know you're going and for any enquiries.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017
    10am till noonBroughty Ferry East End

    Meet opposite the Rock Garden.  Contact Doug at 07986 971145 to let him know you're going and for any enquiries.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017
    2pm - 4pmElliot Links, Arbroath

    Meet at the beach car park.  Contact Doug at 07986 971145 to let him know you're going and for any enquiries.

  • Sun
    17
    Sep
    2017
    10am till noonAuchmithie

    Meet at the beach car park.  Contact Doug at 07986 971145 to let him know you're going and for any enquiries.

  • Sun
    17
    Sep
    2017
    2pm - 4pmArbroath - Victoria park

    Meet at first slipway on King's Drive. Contact Doug at 07986 971145 to let him know you're going and for any enquiries.

  • Tue
    26
    Sep
    2017
    7:00 pmThe Bank Bar, 7-9 Union St, Dundee, DD1 4BN

    All welcome!  £1 per person.  Come in a team of four, or come on your own and we'll team you up with some new friends.
    If you have something to raffle it will be welcome.

  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017
    7:00 pmUniversity of Dundee Chaplaincy, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG
  • Wed
    29
    Nov
    2017
    7:00 pmUniversity of Dundee Chaplaincy, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG
  • Wed
    28
    Feb
    2018
    6.30pm - 9pmRoom 2G12, Dalhousie Building, 75 Old Hakhill, Dundee, DD1 5EN

     

    CANCELLATION. Sorry, but the FoET AGM and talk tonight has been cancelled. Cancellation was necessary due to a Met Ofiice Red Warning for severe weather, and the fact the the university has also had to cancel all non-essential operations

  • Sat
    24
    Mar
    2018
    11:00 amDundee Contemporary Arts

    This film, River Blue, follows international river conservationist Mark Angelo looks into one of the world’s most pollutive industries, fashion.

    Dundee Contemporary Arts, 11.00 am, Saturday 24th March 2018.

  • Wed
    28
    Mar
    2018
    7:00 pmUniversty of Dundee Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG
  • Sat
    31
    Mar
    2018
    Tue
    22
    May
    2018
    Ninewells Hospital, DD1 9SY
    What’s On
    31st March Volunteer Day
    5th April Ladybird Kids Club
    5th April Mosaic Making
    6th April Garden and Wildlife Planning
    12th April Ladybird Kids Club
    27th April Arboretum Walk
    3rd May Mosaic Making
    19th May Potting On and Pricking Out
    22nd May Dundee Naturalists / Dundee Botanical SocietyFor more information click here or email facilitator@ninewellsgarden.org.uk

     

  • Mon
    02
    Apr
    2018
  • Wed
    25
    Apr
    2018
    6:30 pmRoom 2G12, Dalhousie Building, Room 2G12, 75 Old Hawkhill, Dundee, DD1 5EN

    This AGM replaces the postponed February AGM which was cancelled due severe weather.

    The evening will begin at 6.30 pm with chat and food. At 7 pm FoET member Alan Lawson will give a short presentation about his forestry project near Dunkeld, discussing the environmental issues which have to be addressed in such projects. Following the talk we will proceed with the AGM business.

    Members will be providing food for a light, cold meal.

    See location map here.

  • Fri
    27
    Apr
    2018
    14.00 - 16.30University of St Andrews, KY16 9AJ

    This free workshop by Stop Climate Chaos Scotland is hosted by Oxfam.

    See this Eventbrite link for booking and further information.

  • Wed
    30
    May
    2018
    7:00 pmThe University of Dundee Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee. DD1 5HG
  • Sun
    10
    Jun
    2018
    14.00 - 16.30Dundee Contemporary Arts

    Organised by Stop Climate Change Scotland.

    Free Climate Change workshop and screening of the film 'Not Withous Us' - following frontline activists in the fight against climate change. Sunday June 10th at Dundee Contemporary Arts. Press this Eventbrite link for information and to book your place.

    See location map here.

     

  • Sun
    17
    Jun
    2018
    7:00 pmGate Church, 158 Perth Road, Dundee. The screening will be held in the Coffee Bar downstairs, it is easiest to access from the side door on Greenfield Place.

    Gate Church Carbon Saving Project presents - A Plastic Ocean.
    Come along and join us in watching this captivating and award-winning film by Craig Leeson - "An epic global adventure following a filmmaker and a world record free-diver as they travel the earth discovering the shocking impact plastic is having on our oceans and the marine animals that live there."

    See The Gate Churches Facebook post here.

  • Wed
    27
    Jun
    2018
    7:00 pmUniversity of Dundee Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 4HN
  • Wed
    25
    Jul
    2018
    7:00 pmChange of venue. Contact foe.tayside@gmail.com for details.
  • Wed
    29
    Aug
    2018
    7:00 pmThe Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG

    Monthly business meeting at which progress with current projects is discussed and new environmental issues in the Tayside area are raised.  See this link for a location map for the Chaplaincy Centre.

  • Thu
    06
    Sep
    2018
    6:00 pmGate Church International in the Coffee Bar

    The event will be held on 6th September from 6-8pm, at Gate Church International in the Coffee Bar downstairs, easiest way to access it is from Greenfield Place and in through the side door, or there is an entrance down the steps to the right of reception, it will all be sign-posted.

    Please book through this Eventbrite link

  • Sat
    15
    Sep
    2018
    10.00-12.00Broughty Ferry East End

  • Sat
    15
    Sep
    2018
    14.00-16.00Elliot Links, Arbroath
  • Sun
    16
    Sep
    2018
    10.00-12.00Auchmithie

  • Sun
    16
    Sep
    2018
    14.00-16.00Lunan Bay
  • Wed
    26
    Sep
    2018
    19.00 - 21.00Universty of Dundee Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG
  • Wed
    31
    Oct
    2018
    19.00 - 21.00Universty of Dundee Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG
  • Wed
    28
    Nov
    2018
    7:00 pmUniversty of Dundee Chaplaincy Centre, Cross Row, Dundee, DD1 5HG