Muirhouse pair team up to offer ‘life-changing’ film course

September 30, 2014
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Edinburgh College Inner City Arts students will make film of Irvine Welsh short story The State of the Party A BAFTA-winning director has launched his second film course at Edinburgh College for young and unemployed people, with the help of the iconic Scottish writer Irvine Welsh. Muirhouse man Garry Fraser (pictured above), who won the […]

Sainsbury support is icing on the cake!

September 30, 2014
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Sainsburys Blackhall are proud to have supported Dorothy and Joanna Bissett with their fundraising for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. The ladies had organised a sponsored 5K run through Inverleith Park on 13 September to raise funds for Breakthrough breast cancer and Sainsburys Bakery Manager Scott McDowell from our Blackhall store made and donated 150 pink cupcakes […]

Septemberfest: something special

September 30, 2014
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‘So much to do, so much to see!’ Every September, Broughton High School hosts its annual ‘Septemberfest’. A free and action packed community festival and craft fair, Septemberfest has an excellent reputation for both raising the profile of the school and bringing the community together. This year’s event, which took place on Saturday, certainly lived […]

First class!

September 30, 2014
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The first students to complete a groundbreaking project to boost young people’s aspirations and job prospects have been honoured at Edinburgh College’s annual Graduation ceremony.  School students who took part in the East Lothian Hospitality and Tourism Academy programme joined the college’s graduates at the Usher Hall ceremony to pick up their scrolls and mark […]

Twenty days to raise three grand

September 30, 2014
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Twenty days to raise three grand   MY Adventure’s race against time to raise funds  MY Adventure, Muirhouse Youth Development Group’ social enterprise arm, is using crowfunding site Crowdfunder.co.uk to try to raise £6000 for essential repairs to their very own Borders bothy. With twenty days to go, they’re halfway there – but if they […]

MORE Power to the People!

September 30, 2014
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New session starts today at Royston Wardieburn  Discovering North Edinburgh’s Early History 30 September – 16 December Power to the People is a group for adults who are interested in Scottish history, politics, arts and current affairs. Over the last two years we have been learning about Scotland’s history and the struggles of ordinary people […]

Inverleith Conservation Area: have your say today

September 30, 2014
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Have your say on the Inverleith Conservation Area Appraisal  Conservation Area Character Appraisals help to manage change in a conservation area. They describe what is special about each conservation area. They help in making decisions on proposals that affect the area’s special character. Each of Edinburgh’s 49 conservation areas has a Conservation Area Character Appraisal. […]

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