The Red Poppy is a widely recognised symbol associated with the Armed Forces, honouring the sacrifice of soldiers on Remembrance Day. The White Poppy, though less well known, seeks to compliment the Red Poppy as a symbol of Peace, honouring the tragic sacrifice of all life lost in war.
Concerning the Future of Edinburgh’s Central Library and the City’s World Heritage Status by Simon Byrom
We the undersigned, backed by over 5000 signatures of public support, wish to register an expression of “No Confidence” in the City of Edinburgh Council, in response to the proposal for a highly contentious development at India Buildings on Victoria Street, following a spate of controversial planning decisions whose cumulative effects are seriously damaging the reputation of this City of the Enlightenment, putting Edinburgh’s highest accolade at risk, the World Heritage status. Read more…
4th July 2016: International Carbon Conscious Bicycle Powered Pedalling Adventures; Part 2! by Simon Byrom
Come along to People Know How in Ocean Terminal to listen to Simon tell us about his epic journey
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International Carbon Conscious Bicycle Powered Pedalling Adventures – part 2!
Come along to The Counting House at 7pm to hear Simon’s story, share a crust of bread, and hear what he has learned along the way…
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International Carbon Conscious Bicycle Powered Pedalling Adventures!
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Highlights and insights from a journey by bicycle back to Blighty, (with a little help from infernal combustion engines where physical barriers, time and bureaucracy compromised the way).