We went along to the Urban Adventure on Waterfront Broadway to see what was happening. There was lots of music, lots of green space and lots of children enjoying themselves.

There was a face painting stand and football, an obstacle courses on bicycles and music.

Budding fire officer

Lothian and Borders Fire and Rescue Service were there and were pretty busy lifting children in and out of the fire engine!

Lothian and Borders Police were there – and seemed to be locking children in the back of their van, to the great amusement of the children involved and their parents!

The music was being provides by Dougie Hudson from Blastafist who describe their music as West-African Rhythms, Afrobeat.

They take bookings for weddings! You can contact Dougie himself at dougiedeep@gmail.com

We spoke to some of the people in the Forthquarter Park to see what they thought of the afternoon’s activities

This event was supported by National Grid, Scottish Gas and Edinburgh’s Telford College