0 Matter at heart A film about (7. J. Jung. The Filmhouse. 6pm and 8.30pm. £1 .80.£1 .20 and £2.20.




0 Movement Awareness John Grant. ‘Moving Yoga'. 5/30—6.30pm. 17 Queens Crescent. G4. 334 4203. £10 for 6 weeks.


0 Dharma Study Group Discussion and tape of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche‘s talks in London last week. £1 (50p) including tea. Meditation instruction available. 10 Glencairn Crescent.

0 Transcendental Meditation Introductory talk every Wednesday evening. 8pm. Edinburgh Association for the Age of Enlightenment. 4 West Newington Place. 668 164‘).




0 Exploring Dance John Grant. 10 week course for £20. Hillhead Primary School. Cecil Street. (312. 334 4203. 7—‘).30pm.


0 The history at nuclear strategy Graham Spinardi. SANA (Scientists Against Nuclear Arms) 15 Buccleuch Place. 22‘) 9038. 7.30pm. Free.

FRIDAY Edinburgh

0 The Challenge at Change A talk by Peter Caddy. co-founder of the Findhorn Foundation. The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5438. 7.30pm. £2.





0 The Politics at Famine A day school organised by Third World First. From 10.30am at Strathclyde University Union. 90 St John Street Workshops on aid. women. cash crops. socialist agriculture etc. plus a speaker from the Tigray Peoples‘ Liberation Front and a film on the historical causes of famine. £2

(£1 .50). Tickets available in advance from Third World First. 2‘) Nicolson Square. Edinburgh EI 18.

0 An Introduction to Tai Chi Ronnie Robinson. 2-4.30pm. £2. 17 Queen‘s Crescent G4. 638 2946.


0 Christ and the Cosmos With the Rev Gordon Strachan. Sharing and Discussion following the publication of his new book on the subject. 10am—5pm. £10.£7. The Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5438. o Lanscape Temples Balancing the earth energies. Patricia Cairns (Editor ofSp/zert’ Magazine. 2.30pm. The Edinburgh Theosophical Society. 28 Great King Street. 556 5385.

0 Introduction to Macrobiotics Cooking One-Day Workshop 10am-5.30pm.

£10. Contact Macrobiotics International. o’o P. Gillon. 5 Steels Place. EH 10. 447 3580.


19 Edinburgh

0 Tai Chi Day with Jim Griffin (Wu Form). For those with some previous experience of Wu form. 10am—5pm. £1 1.£9. The Salisbury Centre. 667 5438.

0 Women Explore Salisbury Centre. 2 Salisbury Road. 667 5438. 10am—5pm. £11 £9. A Women-only event with Mina Gibb. Sharing self-awareness through mind. body. spirit and relationship.


21 Glasgow

0 Dancerama John Grant. 7—9.3upm. £1.50. IIiIlhead Primary School. Cecil Street. C112. 334 4203. An open evening to try out non-stylised natural dance for next 'I’uesday's Discovering Dance course.

0 Tai Chi Beginners Class Ronnie Robinson. 7-9pm. £20 for 10 week

course. 17 Queens Crescent. G4. 638 ;



0 What aboutthe Russians? and other videos. Edinburgh University CNI). Chaplaincy Centre. Bristo Square. 7pm.

0 Meditation—The Path at Sri Chimnoy A talk by author Alan Spence (recently appointed Writer in Residence. City of Edinburgh and subject of last Sunday‘s Voyager programme on BBC 1). 7.30pm. Saltire House. 13 Atholl Crescent. Free.


22 Edinburgh

0 Animal Rights The use. abuse of animals by society. A Friends ofthe Earth Discussion Meeting. 8pm. Free. Glenelg Hotel. Leamington Terrace.

0 Pacitying the Battle of Ego An introduction to Buddhist meditation and psychology. Five weeks 105. A course consisting of five talks. meditation. instruction and interview. and short periods of meditation practice. Dharma Study Group. 10 Glencairn Crescent.



0 The Physical and medical eitects oi nuclear explosions Alan Walker. SANA. 15 Buccleuch Place. 7.30pm. Free. Further info 22‘) 9038.


0 Centrepeace the bookshop.’peace and justice centre. is holding workshops on Fri evenings from Jan 24 7.30—9.30pm. for teachers. youth workers or anyone interested in starting up a local peace group. Topics include: using slides and videos; making posters; lobbying, Numbers limited. so book well in advance. Tel. 552 8357 or contact

Centrepeace at 143 Stockwell Street.

: wasteland, the Park now has a large

j the reclamation involved planting

j October ior bank and boat tishing.


0 Time Out is a magazine in London, , , Meet 2pm at Countryside Ranger It is also a tree listings service tor , Centre.

walks and days out. Please send THURSDAY 16

details not later than 10 days belore o The International Heritage Talk by


Findlay McOuarrie. Clarkston Halls. Clarkston. 7.30pm. 0 Speaking up tor Wild Land Illustrated talk by Roger Smith of the Scottish Wild Land (iroup. N'I'S. 5 Charlotte Square. Edinburgh. 7.30pm.


0 Looking at Birds Strathclyde Country Park. Motherwell. Meet 10.30am at (iolf Driving Range car park. Bring waterproofs and stout footwear. Lasts 2 hours.


0 WinterWalks Murgdock Country Park. Milngavie. Meet 2pm at East Car Park. bring waterproot’s. walking boots or wellies. Lasts 2 hours.

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0 50+ Club - Expedition to Iceland Pollok Country Park. Illustrated talk by David Stewart. Manager of Pollok Demonstration Garden.


events. During the winter guided walks are on the last Sunday at the month and events are held fortnightly in the summer. The Ranger Service also runs a children‘s nature club on Saturday monrings, a natural history society and the West File Conservation Volunteers. The Park Centre is open in the winter from 9am to 5pm and in the summer from 8am to 8pm. The Caleteria is open in the wintertrom 11.15am to 1.30pm and from 2pm to 4.15pm. In the

summer the Caleteria hours are 113m

. to 5.30pm and 6pm to 7.30pm. Phone

I Ballingry 860086/860261.

. Howto get there:

From the M90 take exit 3 and tollow the

A910 to Lochgelly, then the 8920

1 towards Ballingry. From Kirkcaldy,

iollow the A910 to Lochgelly and then the B920 towards Baliingry. The Park is

j on the lett at Crosshill. A regular bus

: service lrom Dunlermline to Ballingry passes the park entrance.

Lochore Meadows Country Park has become one at File's major tourist attractions in the ten years since it opened. Reclaimed irom mining

variety of countryside areas to visit and enjoy, including a large loch. Part oi

hundreds of thousands at trees, which are now growing into attractive woodlands. At the west end oithe loch there is a 40 acre Nature Reserve with a bird hide accessible to disabled people.

Other attractions in the Park include several nature trails and walks, a 9-hole goll course and putting green, a trim-track, wayiaring courses, a riding centre and , oi course, all the water sports which take place on the loch. The loch is also managed as a brown trouttishery, open lrom 15 March to 6

File Ranger Service is based in the Park and organises many ditterent

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