REVIVE, the coalition for grouse moor reform in Scotland has announced details of its 2021 national conference, taking place at Perth Concert Hall on Sunday 14th November from 10.30am.
The event will be hosted by Chris Packham and will include speakers from the five coalition partners (Raptor Persecution UK, Friends of the Earth (Scotland), OneKind, Common Weal and League Against Cruel Sports) as well as guest speakers including journalist and broadcaster Lesley Riddoch and a range of politicians and representatives from various environmental and land reform organisations.
REVIVE’s first conference was held at Perth Theatre in 2019 and was a sell out event. Two years on, interest and support for the coalition’s aims continues to grow so this year’s conference has been moved to the larger concert hall venue. Perth Concert Hall has implemented a suite of measures to help everyone stay safe – see here
This year’s full conference programme will be announced in the coming weeks but tickets are now on sale HERE
[Panellists at REVIVE’s 2019 conference included Bob Elliot (OneKind), Andrea Hudspeth (Scottish Raptor Study Group), Alison Johnstone MSP (Scottish Greens), Ian Thomson (RSPB) and Ruth Tingay (RPUK). Photo by REVIVE]
As well as presentations and panel discussions, there’ll be a number of stalls and plenty of time in the breaks for chatting with the REVIVE directors and guest speakers, as well as opportunities for making new connections and for catching up with old friends.
I look forward to seeing some of you there.
For those of you who want to find out more about the REVIVE coalition for grouse moor reform, please visit the website here