Cramond

Cyclone project – in pictures

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Local resident Michael Lindsay was on hand during the three days of the Cyclone Project last week and he has provided us with his images. There are around 130 images for you to view in the gallery which show the level of work that has been involved in this excellent project.   

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Cyclone Bike Track – Phase 2 – at Gypsy Brae this week

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Cyclone bike track is an exciting new mountain biking trail situated in the heart of the North Edinburgh community (Granton, Pilton, Muirhouse). The circuit was given the green light in 2012 following a Dragons’ Den-style pitch by community activist and MY Adventure employee, Peter Airlie to a panel of investors which included representatives from coffee [...]

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Heading townward via Queensferry and Cramond

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Despite the amazing vista of a blood red sky this morning, heading out from Boness for my city commute there are the first flutterings on snow and a large amount of black ice and frozen ground. Deffo worth a more vigilant cycling eye, but wrap up,…

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Wonderful Walks along the Almond

This post was written by Robin Stewart, a member of the publicJust wanted to share the wonderful walks along the River Almond, from the Cramond Brig down to the Forth. A wonderful place to walk on a sunny day, with lots of ducks and swans. Does an…

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Red Arrows Wow Crowd

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The Red Arrows display on Friday night was watched by hundreds on the Purple Line between Cramond and Silverknowes. This was the first time the Red Arrows have done a display in Edinburgh for 23 years. The 30 minute spectacle was sponsored by SELE…

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The Cramond Fish

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In April 2009, the Cramond Fish landed on our foreshore. This magnificent work of art was purchased by the local community following a two-year fundraising drive bringing together Cramond Community Council, the Cramond Association and the Cramond …

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