By Press Office 17 May 2016

People in East Lothian and Edinburgh are being invited to get an insight into the work of Queen Margaret University (QMU), by attending its Community Forum.

QMU will stage the next Community Forum at its Musselburgh campus in East Lothian on Tuesday 24th May 2016, from 6.30pm until 7.45pm.

Local people will have the opportunity to ask questions about the University and how it is working with the community.

Catriona Liddle, Lecturer in Food and Drink, will host a tour of Queen Margaret University’s Scottish Centre for Food Development and Innovation.

The QMU Community Forum brings together university staff, local residents, businesses, organisations, schools and council representatives twice a year to discuss university and local community issues.

QMU is open to the local community throughout the year, providing a range of public facilities, including learning resources, gym and sports centre, café, restaurant and grounds for leisure activities and dog-walking.

For more information and to register for the QMU Community Forum, contact Jane Purves, Marketing & Communications Office, QMU, T: 0131 474 0000, E: jpurves@qmu.ac.uk

For more information on the Scottish Centre for Food Development and Innovation at QMU, visit: www.qmu.ac.uk/research_knowledge/scottish-centre-for-food-development-and-innovation.aspx

Notes to Editor

For further media information contact Jonathan Perkins, Press and PR Officer, E: jperkins@qmu.ac.uk T: 0131 474 0000.

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