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KISS THE SHUTTLE - Mairi Lafferty

 TANK A new exhibition will be opening in TANK at the end of this month, welcoming artist Mairi Lafferty to ESW with her work ‘Kiss The Shuttle’. Kiss the Shuttle is a new installation that explores the Gothic undertones of industrialisation through pattern, code and gesture.Kiss The Shuttle is part of TANK – a year-long [...]

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Works complete – King George V playpark

Upgraded climbing wall in King George V Park

Soon to be officially opened, Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust have been working on a brand-new play area at the south end of the Rodney Street tunnel in King George V park, right alongside the cycle path and on the edge of the New Town. Once a railway turning yard, a coal yard and part [...]

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Redhall Winter Magic open day

One of Edinburgh’s most beautiful hidden treasures throws open its gates to the public on Sunday 9th December for our Winter Magic Open Day.  The historic 18th century Redhall Walled Garden is having an Open Day, revealing the beauty of a magical garden in winter. Run on organic principles, the 6 acre site, which features [...]

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Community Planting at Harrison Park

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 Join us on Sunday 11 August, 10.30-12.30 for a community planting event, to plant up the new herb garden at the dog free zone accessed by Harrison Road.  All welcome, gloves and tools provided.  For further information, please contact esperanza@elgt.org.uk or on 0131 445 4025

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New job opportunities at North Edinburgh Arts

North Edinburgh Arts provides opportunities for individual and community development through contact with the professional arts. NEA has received funds from the Big Lottery Community Spaces Scotland Fund for the North Edinburgh Grows project to redevelop the garden. We now seek a 1. Community Growing Co-ordinator (Full-time, 35hours per week)to develop and coordinate the North [...]

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Volunteer path improvements at the Shore

In places half the path was obstructed

The stretch of path between the Shore and Coburg Street is the latest section to be improved, thanks to the help of staff from the Safer Communities Division of the Scottish Government. This section of path, alongside the Water of Leith, is quite narrow and congested, and it’s not helped by overgrowing weeds and bushes [...]

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