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Board election results
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Swap shop and paper recycling


Fringe Swap Shop

28 and 29 August 11:00 – 18:00
Fringe Central@Infirmary Street: Studio 2

Unwanted props, usable furniture, costumes – we want them all! Every Fringe, tonnes of waste go to the bin when they could be reused elsewhere or recycled. A combination of recycling depot and free rummage sale: bring what you have, take what you want.

We are unable to accept waste. Anything brought to the Swap Shop must be usable and no larger/heavier than what a single person can carry. No wood pieces, hoarding, Correx or large bulky furniture.

Paper recycling

28 and 29 August 11:00 – 18:00
Fringe Central@Infirmary Street: Courtyard

The Fringe Society will be operating a paper recycling service for all those performing companies who would otherwise struggle to recycle their marketing materials like posters and flyers through the existing infrastructure for trade waste through their venues. There will be a walk-in container in the courtyard over the two days, during the times specified.

Please note that you will not be able to deposit outside of the advertised times and we cannot accept loose paper. Only paper which is boxed or secured with tape or string will be accepted and there will be no facilities on site to box or wrap any loose paper.

If you are unsure contact for full details of what we can accept, or speak to Fringe Central staff.

Board election results

Following the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society’s AGM, which took place at The Playfair Hall, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh on Tuesday 23 August, the results of the 2016 Board of Directors elections were announced:
Kate Smurthwaite was elected in the Show Participant category.
Anthony Alderson was elected in the Venue category.
Judith Doherty was elected in the Open category.

Find out more about this year’s Board of Directors elections
Fringe Central Events Programme 2016

Fringe Central

The hub for Fringe participants.

Open 10:00 20:00  01 29 August

Infirmary Street, ECCI, High School Yards, Edinburgh, EH1 1LZ

The Participant Services team is here to support you as you plan your Fringe. Visit our website or call +44 (0)131 226 0026 (option 2). Fringe Central, a facility run by the Fringe Society, is available to anyone taking part in a Fringe show, arts industry professionals and members of the media.

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