Category: Drylaw Telford

Edinburgh Police Choir on lookout for new members

The Edinburgh Police Choir is looking to recruit new tenors to its ranks.  We are arguably the most exciting and innovative contemporary choir in Scotland, made up of police officers, support staff and members...

Congratulations, Hearts – and NEN told you so!

Heart s won the Scottish Football Championship title this afternoon without kicking a ball. Rangers victory over nearest challengers Hibs at Easter Road was enough to ensure the Tynecastle men secured the title. Hearts...

Grown-up debate: meeting to discuss cuts to adult education classes

Campaigners have organised a public meeting to oppose cuts to adult education classes at Craigoyston Community High School. Adult education has always been a key element of life at the local high school – indeed,...

Perfect weather conditions to view solar eclipse

Bright, sunny … and no cloud! Conditions are perfect to experience this morning’s solar eclipse, one of the natural world’s most stunning phenomenon. At around 9:35 Edinburgh will briefly be plunged into a eerie...

Spartans benefits from old school ties!

Local businessman Daren Henderson went back to his roots when he presented a £1000 cheque to Spartans Community Football Academy last month. Daren, who owns the Edinburgh Driveway Company, is a Muirhouse laddie, and...

Lallie Wilson exhibition at North Edinburgh Arts

Lallie Wilson: Exhibition Opening Invite Friday 20th March  North Edinburgh Arts 6 – 7.30pm North Edinburgh Arts is pleased to present the first major painting exhibition by the artist Lallie Wilson. Based in Musselburgh, Lallie...

Let there be light …

Council apologises and agrees to ‘up the brightness’ The city council is to improve the brightness of street lighting following complaints from residents. New LED lights have been installed across the city over recent...