Lower Granton Rd

Wildflowers at Trinity Station

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Dropped by Trinity Station yesterday to see how the flowers were coming along and was excited to see the corn poppies coming into flower! This was part of a Grow Wild Lottery funded project led by the Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust.  We worked with members of the Fet Lor Youth Group to clear and [...]

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Dusk Chorus & Wildflower Planting with free wildflower kits!

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The Greenspace Trust will be holding a community drop-in wildflower planting session and guided ‘Dusk Chorus’ walk on Thursday 23rd May at 7.30pm running until roughly 9pm. Join us for one or both of the sessions – we’ll be meeting at the entrance to the cycleway at Lower Granton Road and Trinity Road at 7.30pm, [...]

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Postcode Challenge 2013 Gallery

Scarlett keeping dry - great way to travel.  Does the umbrella slow things down?

Thanks again to everyone who came along to last weekend’s Postcode Challenge and made it such as success – stallholders, participants, the People’s Postcode Trust and of course my lovely colleagues who organised it – Ruth, Espe and Lyndsay from ELGT, plus Ruth, Ruairidh and Mark. Around 300 people finished the course, despite some pretty [...]

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Innertube path works underway!

As part of the ongoing Innertube greenspace improvement project, ELGT are delighted that path improvement works have now started. Innertube Yellow, Purple & Red routes have been improved, specifically between Lower Granton Road and Fiveways juncti…

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Sunset over Granton Harbour

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This post was written by Mark Sydenham, a member of the public Take the time to cycle to the end of the yellow line, along McKelvie Parade, and you’ll stumble across Granton Harbour, less well known that its neighbour Newhaven Harbour but well wor…

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