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We'll be delivering the Yes newspaper on Leith Walk and in surrounding areas. Look upon it as another good hour or two of exercise to get Leith volunteers in good shape for the next few months !
Help deliver the Yes message to people in the Gorbals
This is a twice weekly event. If you're new to canvassing you will be paired up with an experienced canvasser so don't be afraid. Why not bring a friend along?
Remember, it's only by identifying our supporters that we will be able to get them out to Vote on September 18th, so this is our most important task for the months ahead.
Details as follows:
Tuesdays* & Thursdays
6.30pm – 8. 30pm
*(Except 1st Tuesday of the Month)
Second & Fourth Saturday of the Month
10.30am - 12.30pm.
You can join in any day or evening that suits. Please contact Alan Stuart on 01369 704980 or 07765 878750 or email@example.com for more info.
Edinburgh Women for Independence are canvassing in Gorgie on Thursday 24 April at 6.30pm.
Women of all experiences are welcome along. On the spot training can be run beforehand and support will be provided to all involved throughout. Buddying up between more experienced and less experienced activists will be organised for those who want it.
With just under five months left until the referendum, this a great time to try out canvassing, get involved, meet other women and spread the Yes message.
Meet on Slateford Road at the corner of Robertson Avenue at 6.30pm.
Lothian Bus routes 4, 44 and 34 can all get you there from Princes Street. Check http://lothianbuses.com/ for more information.
Hope to see you there!
Help deliver leaflets to voters in the Gorbals area
Yes Kelvin regular Thursday canvassing session in Partick, meeting at 6.30pm at Partick train station. All welcome, and training provided for new activists.
Regular YesMo Doorstep Canvassing nudging people towards a Yes vote. This is a weekly event running right up to the referendum. If you're new to canvassing you will be paired up with an experienced canvasser - but it's helpful if you can confirm your attendance with the organiser a couple of days in advance so we can prepare the right materials for the day.
This is the way to win undecided voters over and the results so far have been excellent. The team are very focused but its light hearted and enjoyable. Training can be provided on request too.
Join a team of local volunteers phoning voters in Anniesland, Broomhill, Drumchapel, Jordanhill, Knightswood, Scotstoun, Whiteinch, and Yoker.
We have access to an office suite to use as a call centre, and will be meeting at 6:30pm every Monday and Thursday outside Knightswood Community Centre (Google Maps link).
If you're new to campaigning, full training is provided - telecanvassing is easy and makes a huge difference to the campaign. If you can, please register in advance for our online system at www.yesmo.org. Guides on how to use the system are available at college.yesscotland.net.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and to confirm attendance if possible.
Yes East Kilbride will be carrying out door-to-door canvassing around the West Mains area.
Please meet at the Kirktonholme Hall at 7pm.
New campaigners welcome!
Yes East Kilbride has a campaign office, YesBasEK. It is conveniently located at 5 Strathmore House, East Kilbride Town Centre, G74 1LF.
We are open Mondays-Fridays 2pm-4pm and Saturdays 10am-1pm.
Pop in to find out more about the local campaign, the reasons for a Yes vote, to get involved or to buy some Yes merchandise.