Morningside

Includes the neighbourhoods of Bruntsfield, Greenbank and Morningside.

Your Green Councillor

Melanie Main

Melanie Main is our Green Councillor for the Morningside ward, having been re-elected in May 2017.  She serves as the party’s audit, governance, health and social care spokesperson on the City of Edinburgh Council.

Melanie has lived in and around the area for over 30 years.  She attended James Gillepsies’ and at Edinburgh University she had her first taste of politics, serving a sabbatical as Hononary Treasurer of EUSA (Edinburgh University Students Association).

Melanie lives locally with her husband and daughter. She has been a community councillor in Marchmont  for 8 years,  serving as Treasurer, Chair and Planning Officer.

Contact her on melanie.main@scottishgreens.org.uk or follow her on twitter @melaniemain


Your local Green team

We are an active team, and hold regular planning and social meetings on the second Thursday of every month. Click here for details of our next gathering. All members and supporters are very welcome.

Get involved: You don’t have to attend meetings to be involved. Can you help deliver printed materials in your area? Would you like to join one of our campaigns, or help with fundraising? We’d love to hear from you – please get in touch: email membership secretary Susan Logie morningside@scottishgreens.org.uk


Volunteer, join, donate

We’re always looking for volunteers to help us make Edinburgh a Greener and fairer city. If you’d like to get involved in our campaigns locally, please email morningside@scottishgreens.org.uk. If you’d like to volunteer more widely in the city, click here for more information.

You don’t have to be a Green Party member to get active with the local group, but of course we would urge all our supporters to consider joining. To join the Scottish Green Party, click here.

We always need help with funds for campaigning. Please donate if you can; or if you have a fundraising idea, email us.


 


Latest Newsletter

For back copies see:

See earlier copies of Green Action – for January and February 2010. Also read our Green News issue 1 here and Green News issue 2 here and Green News Issue here.