Press Release: ROOFRAISER BENEFIT SUCCESS INSPIRES SECOND MONTH OF CONCERTS
The Roofraiser benefit concerts produced by The Forest Cafe and Ten
Tracks for the Save the Forest Campaign have been a resounding
success, and have inspired a second series of benefit concerts,
Roofraiser II, that will be held in Edinburgh throughout May.
Our Save The Forest Art Auction is on Saturday 14th May at the AXO Gallery, Leith. In this STV article Sarah Wilson, owner of the Axo and Axolotl Galleries, explains why she supports the Save The Forest campaign…
We had another cracking fundraising get-together yesterday, with a bunch of enthusiastic new
people lending their energy and ideas to the campaign. It’s always exciting to meet new folk: there are dozens of people working on this campaign on all sorts of different levels. Minutes of that meeting are available on request, with important messages below: an opportunity to help out with our amazing Tentracks month of music fundraisers, a callout for people eager to volunteer at community events, and notices of coming meetings.
Ahead of Wednesday’s Edinburgh International Festival programme launch, Deborah
Pearson, co-direcor of Forest Fringe, shares her story and tells us why keeping venue
free is integral to its success and spirit…
FOREST CAFE LEASE TERMINATED BUT THE CAFE VOWS TO STAY OPEN
The Forest Cafe, Edinburgh’s independent arts and community centre, has been told it must leave its current premises at 3 Bristo Place by 31 August, in a letter received this week from the Trustees of Edinburgh University Settlement (EUS). But the campaign to Save the Forest has vowed to continue its fight to stay at the current location in the old town.