Who are we?
We are an informal group of activists who have come together in 2014 to campaign for an inclusive, independent Scotland. We have no party affiliation. We have no constitution, formal membership, legal existence or bank account.
We are based around Marchmont and Morningside. Our local area is Edinburgh's ward 10 electoral district.
We welcome all who wish to join us.
We meet in the Amnesty Book shop in Argyll Place once a month. You are welcome to join us.
We also hold stalls irregularly on Saturdays on Middle Meadow Walk, usually between 11am to 1pm. So if you are opposed to independence and wonder what all the fuss is about or you are curious and would like to learn more, or, if you would like to meet us (we are a respectful and friendly bunch) then please come along. We would love to meet you. Check our Facebook page for details when we are likely to be there. When we are there we have a stock of useful literature about Scotland and the case for independence that we think will interest and may surprise you. Sometimes we also have music!
We have a supporters list. This comprises the contact details of those who have indicated (and subsequently confirmed by email) they wished to be informed of our activities. We abide by GDPR rules: everyone was asked to confirm they wished to be on it, and if no such confirmation was received, their details were deleted. All mailings to the list are BCC to maintain confidentiality. The information held is: name, date of authorization, email (for all); phone numbers and address (for some). Any request to come off the list is actioned immediately. Postings to the list are kept to a minimum.
Use the Contact form to be added to our list or turn up at one of our stalls on Middle Meadow Walk, where you can make yourself known to us.