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Poster advertising MCC Public Meeting

Next MCC public meeting: Tuesday June 15th, 7.00 pm

Our next Public Meeting will be held using Zoom on Tuesday 15th June, 7.00 pm — 9.00 pm. See ...
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Watsonians Women's Cricket Team

Watsonians Women’s Cricket Team

Please see a message from the Watsonians Women's cricket team Watsonian Women’s Cricket Team are looking to recruit new players ...
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Edinburgh Central and Southern Online Election Hustings

Edinburgh Central and Southern Online Election Hustings

The online Election Hustings which covers Edinburgh Southern and Edinburgh Central will take place today at 7:30pm. You can join ...
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Local news from Councillor Neil Ross

Local news from Councillor Neil Ross

In this email you will find details about:
Braid Road and the Braid Estate
Bruntsfields St Oswald's
Boroughmuir High School
The Astley Ainslie Hospital 
The ...
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Reporting Litter Problems in Harrison Park

Reporting Litter Problems in Harrison Park

With city gyms still closed, more people are making use of our wonderful city parks for exercise and recreation ...
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Transforming the Pavilion Café into a Community Hub

Transforming the Pavilion Café into a Community Hub

From the voice of Pavilion Community Hub, we are reaching out to you with a proposal for collaboration! An ...
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Free Vaccine Transport for people with mobility challenges

HcL Transport are offering free transport for people with mobility challenges to get their vaccine. Any person who has challenges ...
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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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