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Assembly Hall at Grangemouth High School Tinto Drive - Open Event

FK3 0HWPublished 29/02/24
Falkirk Herald • 

What is happening?

A just transition for Grangemouth?

What does a fair future look like for workers and communities in Grangemouth and the surrounding area?

The Just Transition Commission is an independent group that advises the Scottish Government on how to cut carbon emissions in a fair way. It includes experts and leaders from trade unions, voluntary organisations, environmental groups, business and industry.

We are holding meetings across Scotland so we can hear directly from different people and communities. As part of this, we are coming to Grangemouth and want to hear from you about your experiences of working and living in the Grangemouth area. We will publish our findings as advice to government.

Come along to our open event on Thursday March 14 and have your say. All are welcome.

Food and refreshments will be available on arrival from 6.15pm.

The event will begin at 6.30pm and finish for 8pm.

Assembly Hall at Grangemouth High School Tinto Drive Grangemouth FK3 0HW

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