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Eden Mill offer limited edition whisky for Hibs fans to toast success

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The St Andrews based Eden Mill is best known as a gin sponsor for Hibernian FC, but this season the drinks brand is to become official whisky partner of the Easter Road club. The...

Edinburgh Nursery Guide launches pullout magazine for new parents

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The 2022 annual Nursery Guide, published on 28 January 2022, will be the first to include a pull-out ‘New Parent Guide’ which will provide editorially independent recommendations by and for local parents in Edinburgh...

Jet2.com boost for snow seekers

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Jet2.com has responded to strong demand from skiers and snowboarders looking to get back to the slopes and airports at Edinburgh and Glasgow are two of the departure points. Confirmation came after the Swiss Government...

M&S and Macsween, a perfect partnership

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M&S celebrates ten years of partnership with family-run, Edinburgh-based haggis suppliers, Macsween, with a range of mouth-watering products as Burns Night looms. Collection Handmade Scottish Haggis, Neeps & Tatties with a Scotch Whisky Cream...

Competition – Win two VIP experiences at Musselburgh Racecourse

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Musselburgh Racecourse have an exciting prize up for our readers to win. Enter now - the closing date is 1 February 2022 at 5pm. This is a chance to win two VIP experiences in the...

Get access to ebooks with Libby from Edinburgh Libraries

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Any readers can get free instant access to Edinburgh Libraries Libby from OverDrive service - even without a library card. Thousands of best-selling ebooks, audiobooks and magazines for adults, teens and children are available to read...

Volunteers needed to lead Ageing Well walks

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Edinburgh Leisure is looking for new volunteers to step this way to train as walk leaders for their award-winning Active Communities programme, Ageing Well.  A Walk Leader training course will take place on Friday, 18...

Musselburgh race meeting boosted by relaxation of Covid rules

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Musselburgh Racecourse’s premier jumps meeting of the season got a welcome boost today with the Scottish Government’s announcement that Covid-19 hospitality rules are to be relaxed. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Tuesday that in...

At the Galleries in January

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All of the Edinburgh galleries are once more open to visitors. Some of the exhibitions below close this month although others last for much longer than that. If you are reluctant to go to...

Look up! Message from the Skies is back

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From Wednesday Message from the Skies, introduced in Edinburgh in 2018, will be back, and will run until 25 January. This edition - Earth Calls - will be housed at Trinity Apse just off...

Cast for Burns plaque on sale

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A one-off cast of Robert Burns' face, based on the famous portrait of the poet by Alexander Nasmyth, is to be sold at auction just before Burns Night. The cast was used to create...

Bonhams to hold auction of Jim Lennon Collection artworks

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Among the highlights of the Jim Lennon Collection of Silver, Asian and European Works of Art is a rare Irish Neolithic Bog Oak Dugout Canoe which is estimated at £2,000-3,000. The canoe, and all...

The Edinburgh Reporter Big List to help you celebrate Burns Night 2022

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Whether you feel comfortable eating out in Edinburgh or prefer to stay at home and either order in or cook your own here are some of the top ideas for celebrating Burns Night 2022....

Hidden Door 2022 will take place in the city centre – new location revealed

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A ten day arts festival like no other will take place this summer at one of the most imposing buildings in Edinburgh which has lain empty and unused for more than half a century....

Holiday homes at Kenmore become even greener

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Mains of Taymouth Country Estate & Golf Course at Kenmore already has green vibes with six EON electric car charging points on the estate for general use. Now it has strengthened its eco credentials...

At Churchill Theatre – Legally Blonde

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The Edinburgh University Savoy Opera Group (EUSOG) returns to live theatre after two years, are presenting their biggest production ever: "Legally Blonde the Musical." It runs at the Church Hill Theatre, Morningside, from 25 January to...

Winter dining menu now available at Harvey Nichols

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Harvey Nichols has launched its Winter Dining Menu to bring some much-needed cheer to the new year with a hearty three-course menu and a cocktail for £28, available until 31 March 2022. Created using seasonal ingredients...

Return of Eat out to Help out at Dhoom

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Dhoom Indian “streatery” and cocktail bar in Dunfermline is to bring back its own version of the “Eat Out to Help Out” Scheme. The discount dining scheme, offering a 50% discount on the evening...

Books – The People’s City is published today to raise funds for OneCity Trust

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If you buy the book, The People's City, you will not only get a good read, but you will also be contributing to OneCity Trust, Edinburgh's social inclusion charity. This is the fourth anthology which...

Green Pencil Award creative writing competition – winner is announced

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Alfie Ross from St Mary's Primary School has been announced as the winner of the Green Pencil Award 2021 by Edinburgh City Libraries. This is a creative writing competition aimed at school children from...

The 2022 panto is announced

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Oh yes it is! And in 2022 Allan Stewart, Grant Stott and Jordan Young will be back on stage in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The panto will be at the Festival Theatre...

New exhibitions herald The Scottish Gallery’s 180th anniversary year

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To launch The Scottish Gallery's 180th anniversary programme, Geoff Uglow’s 'The Ploughman' will take over the main floor of Edinburgh’s The Scottish Gallery this January. This award-winning artist's exciting new exhibition will be seen alongside...

Number one rating for holiday lodges

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The Fusion Group of Companies, which owns and operates a number of leading hospitality businesses across Scotland, is celebrating as one of the very first properties it added to its portfolio, Logierait Pine Lodges...

Taking a trip to Staffa

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by Vroni Holzmann After 25 years in Scotland I had the opportunity of going to Staffa for the first time. This island is a miracle of nature and I always found hard to believe...

Paul Draper will sign copies of his new album at Assai Records this January

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On 28 January former Mansun lead singer Paul Draper will appear at Assai Records to sign copies of his second solo album. He will also perform an acoustic set in the record store. This album,...

Change is on the way in The Meadows

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by Jim Orr, chair of trustees, Friends of the Meadows and Bruntsfield Links (FoMBL).  In our January newspaper The Edinburgh Reporter asked a variety of voices to look ahead to the coming year and...

Manipulate Festival – Forest Video Lab taking root in The Meadows

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At the end of January as part of Manipulate Festival, look out for the light installation on The Meadows each evening for a couple of hours. This is to be an abstract...

James Braid the father of modern hypnosis

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World Hypnotism Day is held every year on 4 January to promote the benefits of hypnosis and to answer any misconceptions about hypnosis, such as losing control. A University of Edinburgh graduate played a...

Turner in January opens from today

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There are 38 Turner paintings in the Vaughan Bequest and they will be on display from today - for one month only - at the National Gallery of Scotland (NGS) where visitors must book...

Hoping to inspire positive action with Scotland’s Climate Festival

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Environmental charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful has announced two new inspiring national events for January as part of Scotland’s Climate Festival.   Free and open to all, these events create space for conversations around climate change and...

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