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Pilton group walks off with award!

November 3, 2014 by


PILTON COMMUNITY HEALTH PROJECT VOLUNTEERS ‘WALK’ AWAY WITH AN AWARD! We are delighted to announce that the Pilton Community Health Project walking volunteers have won an award from the Scottish charity Paths for All. The award for ‘Health Walk Volunteer group of the Year’ will be presented by Shona Robison MSP at the charity’s annual […]

Ease into Exercise at Spartans

November 14, 2013 by


Please let anyone you think would benefit know about this great new physical activity opportunity and share around your networks! The physical activity team at Pilton Community Health Project have partnered up with The Spartans Football Club to develop a brand new physical activity programme for people with a range of inhibiting conditions. The ‘Ease […]

Leap into Leith’s Health and Fitness Festival!

August 9, 2013 by


Leith’s first health & fitness festival takes place at Victoria Park tomorrow, hosted by local carity Looking After Our Elderly.  It aims to bring back community spirit and unite all generations of the community with the aim of getting healthy, active and having fun. Demonstrations & entertainment highlights:  Tai Chi, 10.00, Thistle Foundation, Lambs House Circle […]

Living Well North Edinburgh: ‘helping people grow’

July 15, 2013 by


  Local community mental health organisation Living Well North Edinburgh is based at West Pilton Park. Formed in Autumn 2011 following a merger between PROP Stress Centre and the Clermiston-based Threshold Mental Health Project, the essence of LWNE is people working together to improve the mental health and wellbeing of their local community and themselves. ‘LWNE is all […]

Free stress control sessions at Royal High School

June 1, 2013 by