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Brunstane Burn

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There has been an upgrade in the Brunstane Burn path which links in Musselburgh with the Innocent railway. This was funded from the Regional Cycle Network Grant Scheme through Sustrans and SEStran. This route is also part of the John Muir Way. 

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Little France Active Travel Route Feedback

We’re pleased to announce Little France Park has been selected as one of five exemplar green active travel projects worldwide by the Central Scotland Green Network initiative and will form a part of a suite of 5 case studies showcasing best practice from around the world. We’d love to hear from you the citizens that use these routes everyday [...]

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Haymarket active travel hub survey

The City of Edinburgh Council has secured funding from Transport Scotland to explore the potential for an ‘active travel hub’ at the Capital’s Haymarket Station, a major transport interchange at the west end of the city centre.  One of Scotland’s busiest transport hubs, with thousands of people accessing all means of transport, from trains and [...]

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Doors Open Day 2015

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Sunday 27th is day two of the 2015 Edinburgh Doors Open Day – a chance to visit buildings and sites not usually open to the public, or extra events being held at places which are accessible year round. Many are on or near the paths, perfect for visiting as many as possible by bike. Download [...]

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Restriction to Roseburn Path

Network Rail are closing Russell Road for railway bridge works. The bridge runs parallel to the tram bridge so the closure is at the same place. It comes into force on the 19th Jan 2015 for 6 months. There will be no access from Gorgie/Dalry to the cycle paths so diversion via Haymarket (!!) or [...]

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TANK talk, performance & exhibition by Adam Knight

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Artist Talk: Tuesday 19th August 2014, 4pm Performance: Friday 22nd August 2014, 7pm (open from 6pm) Exhibition: 23rd August to 13th September 2014 (viewed from Hawthornvale) Currently in residence at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Adam Knight gives a talk about his practice, and the project he is currently devising for Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s TANK space.  Taking [...]

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Food from the ‘tube #3: Elderflower Vodka

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Hello, it’s Wendy from Moral Fibres again!  I’m back with another ‘Food from the ‘tube’ recipe that you can make from plants growing along the Innertube network. June marks the arrival of the elderflower season, and what better way to celebrate it by making a batch of elderflower vodka?  It really couldn’t be easier, and [...]

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New sounds on The Meadows

Have you spotted QR codes tied to trees and benches around The Meadows this weekend? They’re part of ‘Filter Feeders’, an urban soundscape augmentation project by one of Innertubemap’s original Ambassadors, Morag Edward. Fragments of new stories, overheard sounds and music are located all around the area. Filter Feeders is part of The Embassy Gallery’s [...]

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