Our current Food and Bike Punks funded project is drawing to a close and we are celebrating our achievements over the past year with other CCF funded projects in Edinburgh

On the 19th of March we are joining several other Climate Challenge Funded projects to celebrate what we've achieved and further spread the word on climate change. The venue is St. Thomas Aquin's High School on Chalmers Street, Edinburgh EH3 9ES and the celebration will be from 2 until 6 pm.

Once again Food Punks will be demonstrating their cookery skills, this time to lead cookery demos on local, seasonal food as well as how to reduce food waste.

The Bike Punks team will be showing off their trials riding skills in the car park and will be on hand to give practical help with fixing bikes and bike maintenance.

This is a great opportunity for the Food and Bike Punks to showcase their skills on a bigger stage and the event has lots of interesting workshops and fun activities as well as delicious food and a fashion show, showcasing clothes that have been up-cycled as a finale.

Young people from the youth club will be attending and we hope to see as many supporters as possible coming along and enjoying the day!

Hayley Crawford