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REAP Office Closed

In light of the most recent UK Government advice, all REAP staff will be working at home/ remotely from Wednesday 18th March.
As a result, all home visits and public events are suspended from today and our office closed to the public.
However, we are still working to promote our aims of environmental awareness, tackling fuel poverty and connecting the community. We’ll be working in safe, creative ways to further those aims during these unusual times – do keep in touch via our website, email, Facebook and by telephone.
We will be able to provide free and impartial energy advice by telephone and email and will be checking the office number regularly. You can leave a voicemail by calling 01542 888 070 or getting in touch by emailing info@reapscotland.org.uk
Let’s keep safe, keep positive and look after each other!

Edintore Wind Farm Community Fund – Fund now open for applications

The deadline for the next round of funding for the Edintore Wind Farm Community Benefit funds have been set. Please not that applications can be received at any time before the deadline and applicants are urged not to leave it to the last minute. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Support is available to complete applications if needed and you are welcome to discuss your application and check eligibility with REAP staff before applying.

The deadline for complete applications is Thursday 28th May 2020 

Details of the criteria and aims of the fund, the areas of benefit and application forms and guidance notes are available here. Paper copies are available from the REAP office. 







This week is Big Energy Saving Week 2020 and REAP are holding various drop in sessions to offer free and impartial energy advice at the REAP Office in Keith, Moray Citizens Advice Bureau in Elgin and at a pop up café in Burghead.




For tips on how you can save energy, click here.

Please help REAP continue our ‘GROW ELGIN’ work!

We are applying for funding through the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) to keep our work going through our ‘Grow Elgin’ Project in Elgin! The project is about growing more local food, increasing composting, raising awareness of low carbon living and helping everyone reduce greenhouse gas emissions through making lifestyle choices and changes.

Can you please help us by filling in this questionnaire to show the support we have? The deadline for completed questionnaires is Tuesday 17th September 2019.

Thank you for your time.


Grow Free Food for the Future! Tree Planting Day at Maryhill Medical Practice

Thursday 30th November 1- 3pm and  Monday 4th December 1-3pm

Drop in and plant some trees, FREE tea, coffee and snacks to keep you going, and sample some wild fruit jams and jellies.

Every tree you plant will provide food for people and wildlife for decades to come!

Plant a tree  in memory of a loved one, as a dedication to someone you care about and make a wish!

No experience needed, just sturdy footwear. Tools will be provided.

Come and along visit the new Maryhill Therapeutic Garden and find out how you can get involved.

For more information contact the REAP office or Alasdair Taylor on 07873 728 587

2 Part Gardening Course at Cooper Park, Elgin

A great chance to come along and learn or develop your gardening skills and its FREE!!
2 Part course, Wednesday 20th September & Wednesday 27th September, 12.30pm-2.00pm at Cooper Park, Elgin.
This course has a limited number of places.
To book a place please email info@reapscotland.org.uk or call our office 01542 888070