Millennium Centre’s ‘Loose Women’ swop their brooms for bikes!
Monthly Archive: October 2015
New procurement guidance launches Living Wage Week
Muirhouse Community Centre Next week sees the monthly return of our M.S.P (Colin Keir) and M.P.(Michelle Thomson) for their local Surgeries here at the Centre (writes James McGinty). Colin starts the week on Monday...
Choosing to attend only organised displays is the best way to keep yourself, your family and your community safe.
ARCADEUM: art project looking for unusual collections Whether it’s an interest, an obsession, a hobby or a habit; from animal ornaments to ankle bracelets, from zulu masks to zoo souvenirs, intentionally or by chance...
‘The bang from a firework is terrifying to an animal and some will panic and flee at the sound, which can result in road traffic accidents’ – Chief Supt. Mike Flynn, Scottish SPCA
Clean sweep for Forthview in Firework poster competition
Fresh Start founder is Church of Scotland’s moderator designate
LED street lighting roll-out ‘to save Edinburgh £ millions’
The City of Edinburgh Music School is holding on Open Day at Broughton High School on Saturday 7 November from 11am – 2pm.