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George Heriot’s pupils step out for Invisible Cities charity

The pupils of George Heriot's School took on the In Our Shoes challenge laid down by charity Invisible Cities, and kept their shoes on for 48 hours.The idea is to help school...

Parliamentary reception for Bright Light

Ben Macpherson MSP is hosting a parliamentary reception at Holyrood tomorrow night for Edinburgh and Lothians relationship counselling body, Bright Light.The charity received a Heritage Lottery Fund 'Stories, Stones and Bones' grant which enabled...

The Bike Station crowdfunding campaign to launch tomorrow

A recent fire affected premises use by the local bicycle recycling charity The Bike Station, leaving it without a permanent home.They have now moved to their warehouse at 244 Causewayside which is both...

Charities win big at ScottishPower awards

Two charities have won awards totally £12,500 in recent national awards made by the ScottishPower Foundation. One is a music charity which offers free, live musical concerts to people living in care and the other is an organisation...

Royal Botanic Garden searches for Edinburgh’s unsung business heroes

Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens, part of the Prestige Venues & Events portfolio of unique and unusual venues, is launching the Good Deed of the Year Awards, a search to find Midlothian’s business community heroes.With the search launched,...

Joanna Lumley visits Edinburgh to ‘Spark Something Good’

Joanna Lumley OBE, today joined forces with M&S employees and customers across the city to help launch the retailer’s Spark Something Good initiative in Scotland. The campaign, which aims to inspire and motivate M&S employees and customers to take...

Edinburgh charity celebrates 30th birthday with cake!

 An Edinburgh-based charity dedicated to assisting older people and the disabled to live in their own homes and communities for as long as possible has celebrated its 30th birthday.Care and Repair Edinburgh’s milestone anniversary was...

Last Minute Present? Give a Gorgie City Farm membership

 Still struggling to find a good gift for a special - or specially difficult - person? Why not choose something that's great for any age from 2 to 92, won't need returning to the...

Edinburgh MP calls for Childline Edinburgh closure to be reviewed

Edinburgh South MP, Ian Murray, is calling on the NSPCC to review their planned closure of the Childline office in Edinburgh, amid fears that the move will let down the city’s most vulnerable children. The...


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