Pop Up Swap Shop @ 11:30-13:30 on Tuesday 21st at Granton, Thursday 23rd at Midlothian, Monday 27th at Sighthill and Tuesday 28th at Milton Road 

Try your hand at second hand shopping and pick up your new winter wardrobe for free! The Swap Shop is the place for Edinburgh College students to donate the clothes and accessories you no longer wear and browse our free shop of second hand items. While you get some new bargain items, you also help the planet by preventing textiles from going to landfill. We collect womens, mens and childrens clothing, accessories and books.

You will find the Swap Shop at:

  • Reception on Granton, Milton Road and Midlothian
  • Atrium on Sighthill


Free Bike Maintenance @ 11:30-13:30 on Tuesday 21st at Granton, Thursday 23rd at Midlothian, Monday 27th at Sighthill and Tuesday 28th at Milton Road 

The Wee Spoke Hub will be providing free bike maintenance for Edinburgh College students throughout Climate Fringe Week. Bring your bike to campus to get it checked out by their trained mechanics. They will aim to fix small issues there and then, or signpost you to the next best place to get afforable repairs for bigger jobs. You will also be able to pick up some bike high-vis bike accessories to get your ready for those darker evenings. 

You can find the Wee Spoke Hub mechanics:

  • Outside the Music Box on Sighthill
  • Outside the car park side entrance on Granton
  • Outside the main doors at Midlothian
  • OUtside by the secure cycle storage at the front of the building on Milton Road


Make a Banner for the Climate Strike @ 12:00 - 13:00 and 16:00-17:00 on Wednesday 22nd 

Where? Online, click the joining link here for the Meeting at 12 or Meeting at 4 on Teams 

Join the ECSA Officers and Go Green Team while we make our banners to take to the rally on Friday. Bring your best climate change puns! While we get crafty, you can also hear about our plans for Friday and get some tips on what to expect. 


Edinburgh Global Climate Strike @ 11:00 on Friday 24th September

When and where? Meet the ECSA Officer team outside Tron Kirk on the Royal Mile at 10:30 to walk down to the Parliament Building together to join the rest of the climate strikers at 11:00. 

This Global Climate Strike is being organised across Scotland and the rest of the UK by Fridays for Future. If you would like to attend, the College have confirmed that no student will be marked as absent, or have their student funding affected, if they attend the climate strike. 
In 2019, ver 10,000 students and supportive adults took to the Meadows and down the Royal Mile to demand that the government take climate change seriously. With COP26 (the United Nations climate change conference) coming to Glasgow in November, this is your chance to be heard again!