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Double fault: Stockbridge tennis tournament cancelled

June 18, 2014 by


Champions of Tennis tournament organisers go into liquidation A showcase tennis tournament featuring former champions including superstars John McEnroe and Tim Henman has been cancelled and the organisers have gone into liquidation. The Brodies Champions of Tennis tournamentwas due to start tomorrow but the decision to scrap the event was only made yesterday. The event […]

Raeburn Place development gains charitable status

May 5, 2014 by


The controversial redevelopment of Edinburgh Accies’ Raeburn Place home has received a boost with news that the project has received charitable status. However campaigners are urging the club to work with the local community to make the project a success. In a statement,  the organisation set up to progress the development said: ‘We are delighted […]

Fancy a Stockbridge street party this Sunday?

May 2, 2014 by


Support your local school in art competition

April 26, 2014 by


FSartcomp Flora Stevenson Primary School has reached the final of an international art competition – the only Scottish school to do so – and they could use your support to win the grand prize … see below for more info and VOTE FOR FLORA’s!

Firearms charges following Stockbridge incident

April 17, 2014 by


A 38-year-old man has been charged with firearms offences following a police operation in Stockbridge. Two controlled explosions were carried out on Wednesday night and a further one on Thursday morning. Officers searched a property in Jamaica Mews in The New Town area and recovered a number of items. Residents were evacuated as a precaution […]

Council acts to tackle rising school rolls

February 27, 2014 by


Flora Stevenson and Wardie are among Edinburgh primary schools earmarked for additional classrooms as the city council faces the ongoing challenge of rising school rolls … Plans to deliver new classrooms to deal with the issue of rising rolls in the capital have been revealed by the City of Edinburgh Council. The Primary School Estate […]

Can Broughton’s Anna be The Voice?

January 11, 2014 by


Talented Broughton High School pupil Anna McLuckie will be flying the flag for Edinburgh when the new series of The Voice starts tonight on BBC1. It’s already been an epic journey for the Stockbridge girl, who has secretly been travelling south for sessions with the programme’s production team since she was invited to take part […]

Your health: Stockbridge drop-in event next week

November 11, 2013 by


Health_event_2013 Interested in health issues? Do you live or work in the Inverleith Neighbourhood Partnership area? Then drop in to a free fun information event in Stockbridge House in Cheyne Street next Monday evening. See attached poster for all the info …  

See for yourself – ‘Hidden Art’ exhibition on show in Stockbridge

August 28, 2013 by


A unique exhibition of art and photography by groups whose members are blind or partially sighted opens in Stockbridge this Saturday [August 31]. The ‘Hidden Art’ exhibition can be seen at the Patriothall Gallery off Hamilton Place until 8 September. “We aim to show people that art is possible for all to enjoy even if they are visually impaired,” said […]

No love game as tennis row festers

August 19, 2013 by


‘You cannot be serious …’ Tennis fans have reacted with fury on hearing that they will not receive a refund despite play at June’s Champions of Tennis event in Stockbridge being a wash out. Hundreds of spectators were left drookit – and seriously out of pocket – as the heavens opened and torrential rain poured through a […]