Some of the events taking place around Scotland on and around the 6th August
Perth. Hiroshima Day Peace Pole Walk: a walk (estimated time 30 mins) between the two Peace Poles in Perth, St Ninians Episcopal Cathedral North Methven Street to the Rodney Gardens, meet 2.15pm for 2.30 start.
Edinburgh. August 6. 6pm. Edinburgh Hiroshima Commemoration. The Mound. Bordering Princes Street, Edinburgh. Contact Edinburgh CND.
Glasgow. August 7. 12:30pm – 2pm. Nuclear Ban Tour Street Stall. Donald Dewar statue. Contact Scottish CND – Flavia Tudoreanu
Irvine. August 9. 3:30pm – 4:30pm. Street Stall. Bridgegate Irvine. Contact CND Ayrshire – Arthur West
Irvine. August 9. 4:50pm. Gathering and making of giant Peace Symbol at Irvine Beach. Harbour Arts Centre. Contact CND Ayrshire – Arthur West
Kilmarnock. August 6. 12:30pm – 1:30pm. Street Stall. The Cross Kilmarnock. Contact CND Ayrshire – Arthur West.
Kilmarnock. August 6. 5:30pm – 6pm. Gathering at Dower House. Dean Country Park. Contact CND Ayrshire – Arthur West.
Paisley. August 6. 5pm. Renfrewshire CND Hiroshima Commemoration. Barshaw Park Peace Garden, 6 Blairmore Ave, Paisley Contact Renfrewshire CND.
Rutherglen. August 5. 3pm. Origami cranse to remember Hiroshima. At the Peace Tree, opposite the Town Hall on Rutherglen Main Street and adjacent to St Columbkilles Church. Contact Susan Martin
Stirling. August 5. 3pm. Stirling CND Hiroshima & Nagasaki Commemoration. Peace Garden, Pullar Park, Bridge of Allan. Contact Stirling CND.
Dundee. HIROSHIMA MEMORIAL DAY takes place on MONDAY 6th August. Assemble at Law Road for 8.15pm and March up the Law at 8.30pm. On the hill we will pause to hear speakers from Tayside CND, local organisations supporting Peace and some music.
Hiroshima after the Bombing CC0 from http://www.chino.navy.mil/navpalib/images/historical/hiroshima.jpg