B plan for trams

Today we can exclusively reveal that Edinburgh Trams will become more environmentally friendly this year.

Read more here in our exclusive article.

Photo: Martin P. McAdam www.martinmcadam.com

Critical Mass

Around 200 or so people took part in the Critical Mass cycle on Saturday when the ride included part of the Quiet Route on the Braid Estate.

Read more here about the ride and the petition which has been set up by local residents following the council’s recent decision to rip out the Quiet Route, although spend around £400,000 on a segregated cycle lane.

Edinburgh Critical Mass March 2024 © 2024 Martin McAdam

Water of Leith Conservation Trust

There is an exhibition at the Water of Leith Conservation Trust Visitor Centre beautifully crafted panels showing the wildlife on the river from Balerno to Leith.

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At Edinburgh Science Festival

Book a day pass for the City Art Centre where visitors can explore five floors packed with workshops and hands-on activities perfect for children up to 12 years old.

Parents can join in the fun with drop-in workshops and the art exhibitions.

More information here.

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