Woman injured in road collision – Bongo Club to get new base – Our n0tice project – Dads Rock – Submit your story
Police in Edinburgh are appealing for witnesses after an 82-year-old woman was injured in a road collision that happened yesterday afternoon.
The incident happened around 4.35pm, outside the Murrayfield Dental Practice in Corstorphine Road.
The woman was walking outside the practice when she was involved in a collision with a green Mini Cooper that was exiting the premises. She was knocked to the ground and suffered a fractured hip, and is currently receiving treatment at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident to contact Lothian and Borders Police on 0131 311 3131.
The Bongo Club are set to have a new base from January 2013 at least on a temporary basis in the basement of The Central Library. Read more here.
Have you got involved in our n0tice project yet? Tweet or Instagram photos of things you either want to celebrate or #change in Edinburgh and they will be included in an interactive infographic which The Guardian are preparing. More details here in our earlier article and here on the #myhighstreet n0tice board. The photos have to be uploaded as soon as you can to get Edinburgh on the map!
The Edinburgh-based Dads Rock have shared their latest news with The Reporter.
“We have amazing news! Aileen Campbell MSP, Minister for Children and Young peoplewill be opening our second playgroup in The Prentice Centre, Granton Mains Ave on Sat 27th of Oct at 10am.So from that date Dads Rock will be running two Saturday playgroups a week, one at Gate55 Sighthill and one at The Prentice Centre, Granton.Both are still free and open to any Dad (and male carers) from 10-1130am. Free play, art stuff, snack, story time and music time.”