Browsing All posts tagged under »Davidsons Mains«

Songs of Praise at Holy Cross in Davidsons Mains

November 26, 2014 by


Christmas Praise at Holy Cross Episcopal Church Monday 1 December at 7 pm in the Church Featuring the Cargilfield School Choir. Followed by mulled wine and mince pies in the Hall. Retiring collection for Pilton Youth and Children’s Project. All welcome! For further information visit

Royal High School boy missing

September 20, 2014 by


Police in Edinburgh are appealing for witnesses to help trace a 13 year old boy. Ronin Bisset was reported missing by family at 6pm yesterday ( Thursday 18 September) after he failed to return home from The Royal High School. Ronin was last seen by friends earlier at 5.30pm, on Quality Street, heading into Davidson’s […]

Time for tea at Holy Cross

August 13, 2014 by


The crowds and noise of the city centre getting you down? Wind down and relax at Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Davidson’s Mains this Saturday:   For further information telephone 333 3515 or email

Weather looking good for D Mains Gala

June 21, 2014 by


Organisers of the annual Davidsons Mains Children’s Gala will be keeping an anxious eye on weather forecasts this morning. However the forecasts are certainly looking good for today so fingers crossed for a day of sun and fun! The Parade leaves the Green at 1130am, progressing along Main Street, past Tesco and on to Lauriston Castle. […]

Silent Auction on Saturday

June 9, 2014 by


Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Davidsons Mains is holding a Silent Auction on Saturday 14 June at 7pm in the Church Hall. Entrance £2, includes a glass of wine.

D Mains Park is 90!

April 4, 2014 by


Art exhibition kicks off birthday celebrations   A number of activities have been planned to celebrate Davidson Mains Park’s 90th birthday this year. Getting the party started is an exhibition of art created by pupils from Davidson’s Mains Primary and the Royal High School. The exhibition can be viewed in Holy Cross Church Hall on […]

Bogus workmen alert

December 12, 2013 by


Police in North Edinburgh are appealing for witnesses following two bogus caller incidents in the area this week. An 84-year-old woman was within her home on Bellevue Road on Monday (9 December) at around 10am when two men called at the door offering to carry out maintenance on the property. After agreeing a fee with the […]

Edinburgh ready to remember

November 8, 2012 by


Edinburgh will join the rest of the world in observing Remembrance Day on Sunday – a commemoration of the sacrifices of members of the armed forces and of civilians in times of war. Two minutes’ silence will be marked on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month – a date which marks the […]

City copes with latest deluge

July 19, 2012 by


With weather warnings now lifted, and today’s forecast showing signs of improvement, it looks like the worst of the weather is over – for the timebeing at least. The city council was well-prepared for Wednesday’s deluge. Speaking yesterday, city transport convener Councillor Lesley  Hinds (pictured above) said: “Our roads  teams have been fully prepared to deal with predicted heavy rainfall […]

Councillors to decide on Silverknowes access

July 15, 2012 by


It may not be up there with the Berlin Wall or Northern Ireland’s ‘peace barriers’, but North Edinburgh’s own long-running dispute over local access and antisocial behaviour could soon be over. Members of the city council’s Transport, Infrastructure and Environment (TIE) Committee will decide whether Silverknowes and Muirhouse are to be separated by closed-off barriers […]