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Greens, Grapefruit & Gratitude: Dig-In's 8th AGM

Greens, Grapefruit & Gratitude: Dig-In’s 8th AGM

Please join us for our 8th Annual General Meeting of Dig-In Bruntsfield, your local community greengrocer. The AGM will ...
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Reminder: Public Meeting, 19th January

Reminder: Public Meeting, 19th January

Our January Public meeting is drawing ever closer — on the agenda this month is a special presentation from ...
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Next MCC public meeting: Tuesday January 19th, 7.00 pm

Our next Public Meeting will be held using Zoom on Tuesday 19th January, 7.00 pm — 9.00 pm. See Meeting ...
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e-Bulletin from Gavin Corbett

e-Bulletin from Gavin Corbett

Read here for news on Caledonian Railway Path, a new canalside development and a community garden in Hutchison, from local ...
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Photo of John Livingston Garden

Merchiston Community Council: A Brief Retrospective

All community councils have as their main focus current issues brought to them by local residents and, hopefully, ways of ...
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FoMBL is looking for a new secretary

Merchiston Community Council is represented on the organising committees of several local community organisations, including The Friends of the Meadows ...
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Image of City of Edinburgh Council's active travel advent calendar.

Edinburgh’s Active Travel Advent Calendar

The City of Edinburgh Council have created an Active Travel Advent Calendar for December 2020. It contains a number of ...
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Junction of Newbattle Terrace and Pitsligo Road

Newbattle Terrace: Have your say on proposed road changes!

City of Edinburgh Council's proposed road changes on Newbattle Terrace and Pitsligo Road are already causing heated discussion among residents ...
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Map of Quiet Routes for walking and cycling in South Edinburgh

QuietRoutes for walking and cycling in Edinburgh South

City of Edinburgh Council has created a series of downloadable QuietRoutes maps for exploring the city on foot or on ...
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