St. Stephen Centre Organ Recital Morley Whitehead – Organist, Morningside Parish Church Music for Advent And Christmas Sunday 7 December 3pm The Recital is free (donations are welcome in aid of the organ fund)
A reminder of two local fundraisers taking place this weekend: There’s a table top sale at Old Kirk & Muirhouse Church in Pennywell Gardens tomorrow from 10am – 1pm. Tables still available, £5. Come along and grab a bargain! Also tomorrow, LifeCare in Cheyne Street is the place to be to pick up some early […]
Charity catwalk event raises over £3400 Broughton High School student KATHERINE WRIGHT volunteers at the Cancer Research UK charity shop in Stockbridge. The charity stages an annual fundraising fashion show – here’s Katherine’s take on this year’s event: Cancer Research UK held its fifth annual ‘Charity Chic’ fashion show and pop up shop on Friday 10 […]
LifeCare is holding a Craft Fair on Saturday 18 October from 10:30am – 4.30pm here at Stockbridge House, 2 Cheyne Street, Edinburgh EH4 1JB (just off Raeburn Place). There will be a wide range of crafts on offer from fused glass, crocheted jewellery and Harris Tweed bags to soap, bath bombs and ceramic creatures. Entry […]
Counting down the days to the annual Stockbridge jamboree …. Stockfest runs from 20 -27 September this year and there are loads of activities for the whole family to enjoy. For details of what’s on click on the link below Stockfest 2014 Programme or visit http://www.stockfestedinburgh.com You won’t be disappointed!
Voters ‘flock’ to see referendum artwork! With Thursday’s independence vote the only topic of conversation all around the country, Leith-based artist Elaine Forrest has created a timely ‘discussion piece’ – a referendum sheep’s skull! The sculpture is studded with 20,5000 Swarovski crystals and features both a Saltire and Union Flag. The price? £3500 – a real […]
Inverleith Neighbourhood Partnership’s BIG Search finished with a flourish at King George V Park on Monday, with an afternoon of family fun and games. Thanks to the Friends of KGV and Scotland Yard Parks for the photographs, and Mark Sydenham of Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust for sending them on to us.