Street Markets in South Queensferry – Afternoon tea on the Re-union canal boat this weekend – Art drop in sessions for children – JK Rowling’s new book an instant hit – Cinefringe 2013
Queensferry Ambition in partnership with Hand Up Media are proud to announce the first of 3 exciting and vibrant street markets in the Fairtrade Royal Burgh of South Queensferry for 2013.
South Queensferry Community Market will feature local, Scottish and global goods and produce. Bringing the local community together, the market will feature a range of arts & crafts, jewellery, fashion, glassware, pottery, ceramics, delicious foods and drinks, and much more.
South Queensferry Community Market
10am – 5pm
High Street Car Park
Saturday 20th July £50
Sunday 21st July £50
Saturday 24th August £50
Sunday 25th August £50
Saturday 7th September £50
Sunday 8th September £50
Food and drink exhibitors will be charged at £120 per weekend for all the above dates
Bookings secured on receipt of completed booking form and payment. No refunds available.
To request a Booking Form contact: Tania@handupmedia.co.uk
Hand Up Media, 32 Annandale Street Lane, Edinburgh, EH7 4LS
Tel: 07914 254 334 or 0131 558 9644
Sunday Afternoon Tea Cruise
21 July 2013
From Edinburgh Quay to Slateford Aqueduct in two hours.
Passengers will enjoy a voyage of discovery and keep their appetites as satisfied as sightseeing eyes with an afternoon tea of sandwiches, scones, cakes and tea.
Tickets £15 per person, must be purchased in advance
please contact Re-Union on 0131 261 8529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jupiter Artland is the fabulous and acclaimed space outside Edinburgh which bases itself in the garden of Bonnington House at Kirknewton. They are running drop in classes for children from 19 July 2013. Their website explains:-”
These drop in sessions are suitable for children ages 5-13, the morning session will run from 10am to 12pm and afternoon session from 1pm to 3pm.
The cost of these sessions are £6 inclusive of entry for the children only.”
If you haven’t yet been to Jupiter Artland then this will give you an idea of the kind of things you might see there…..
JK Rowling has been found out. She wrote a debut crime novel cloaked in the invisibility of the name Robert Galbraith. The book enjoyed mediocre sales. And then the invisibility ran out, and now the book has gone straight to the top of the book charts. Watch this video report from Channel 4 news here:-
Cinefringe is the film side of the Fringe. It aims to put the Fringe onto film and put the film back into the Fringe (if you see what we mean!) A little bit of a reaction to the Film Festival being moved off to June the whole programme is here. And this is the trailer… of course you have to have a trailer. It’s a film festival!