Upcoming Yes Scotland events
By Stan Blackley
Yes Scotland is a grassroots campaigning organisation. Our fantastic volunteers and supporters organise events all around the country each and every week. Here is a list of some of the ones coming up.
If you’re organising an event, please let us know about it and we can let others know about it. If you’d like to organise an event or help set up some activity in your local area, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org as we may be able to offer you resources and assistance.
Longhaven table sale with soup and sweet
Join us, browse the stalls, enjoy a bowl of soup and pudding, and sign the Declaration at the same time. 8 September, 10am-1pm. Find out more in our Events section.
Young Scots for Independence
Join us Young Scots for Independence on Saturday to sign up more supporters for the independence movement. We'll meet just in front of the Donald Dewar statue at the top of Buchanan Street at11am and hand out leaflets and sign-up supporters! All welcome.
8 September, 11am-2pm. Find out more in our Events section.
Yes Scotland stall at University of Dundee
Dundee University Scottish Nationalist Association is manning a Yes Scotland stall at this years Freshers Fayre. We hope to encourage as many people as possible to sign the Independence Declaration and introduce new people to the Yes campaign! We're also here to answer all of your questions on an independent Scotland!
8 September, 12pm - 4pm. Find out more in our Events section.
Yes Scotland at the University of Stirling
We will be holding a Yes Stirling University event alongside the current SNP Students group and in partnership with all pro-independence groups. Come along and show your support for Yes Scotland by signing the Independence declaration.
11 September, 9am-3pm. Find out more in our Events section.
Glasgow Uni Freshers' Fair
Glasgow University Scottish Nationalist Association (GUSNA) will be at Glasgow Uni Freshers' Fair. We will have a stall with Yes Scotland information in the main building and would love to see as many of you there as possible!
11-13 September. Find out more in our Events section.
Moray College Freshers Fayre
Moray's Yes Scotland campaigners will be welcoming students to our stand at the Moray College Freshers Fayre, pop by and hear about the benefits Independence will bring.
12 September, 10am - 2pm. Find out more in our Events section.
University of Edinburgh Freshers Stall
The Edinburgh University Nationalist Association (Student SNP at Edinburgh Uni) will be at the Society Freshers Fair again this year. We would like as many student volunteers to come out and help us get some new members and also get as many Edinburgh Students as possible to sign the Yes Scotland Declaration.
12 September, 11am - 4pm. Find out more in our Events section.
Yes at Napier University Freshers Fair
Napier Students for Independence will be running a campaign stall at the Napier Freshers Fair to make the case for an independent Scotland and to recruit new students to the society. Come along and sign the Yes Scotland declaration.
13 September, 10am-2pm. Find out more in our Events section.
Folk for Independence
Folk for Independence is a folk music night organised by Dundee SNP to raise funds for the Yes Scotland campaign in Dundee. If you live near or far please come along to what will be a fantastic night. We have a grand line up of acts: Rod Paterson & Kirsten Easdale, Alistair McDonald, Gaberlunzie, Ted Christopher and Whiterose.
14 September, 7pm. Find out more in our Events section.
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