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What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 26 MAY 2014 Looking Glass Books - First Time Solo; Iain Maloney launches his debut novel, the story of four RAF men preparing for war 'in a world where moral absolutes are being discarded...

Botanics to host Scottish Gaelic Awards this week

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All things Gaelic are to be celebrated at the Botanics this week.  The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE), has been chosen to hold the inaugural Scottish Gaelic Awards, on Wednesday this week.   180 guests are expected to...

Exhibition – Scotland’s Lost Gardens

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Saturday  3 August to Sunday 29 September 2013, 10:00 – 17:45, John Hope Gateway Decking, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (free) An outdoor exhibition of stunning images that explores Scotland’s lost gardens and the personalities and tastes...

A rainy day at the Botanics

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The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh was pretty empty today. It was rainy and cold  but we braved it out to bring you some photos. Unfortunately the rain seems to be spoiling the rhododendrons in the...

Royal Botanic Garden features in grants from Creative Scotland & SNH

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Walking With Poets is a Scottish Poetry Library, Royal Botanic Garden and Cove Park residency project in which four poets will take up month-long writing and walking residency at all four of Scotland's Botanic Gardens in Royal Botanic...

Botanics supporting Scottish Apprenticeship Week

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  Modern Apprentices are vital to the future of the horticulture industry in Scotland, according to experts at the world-renowned Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.   The centre, which is both a scientific centre for the study of...

AUDIO – Botanics still clearing up the storm damage

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January 2012 started off with a devastating storm on the 3rd which caused damage to buildings and trees alike in The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. We went for a walk in the garden with...

New chair of Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh appointed

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The Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment today announced the appointment of Sir Muir Russell as the new Chair to the Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Richard Lochhead, Cabinet...

Tarnished Earth – exhibition at Botanics

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Tarnished Earth, a dramatic open air gallery of photographs by Jiri Rezac, telling the story of one of the world’s biggest ecological disasters, has arrived in Edinburgh this month. The free outdoor exhibition shows how...

Trees for 2nations at the Botanics

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by Thomas Haywood Earlier this month at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh the American Consul, Dana Linnet & the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, Richard Lochhead, helped to launch Trees for...

Five things you need to know today

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The Scotland rugby team play France at the Stade de France in Paris today at the start of the Six Nations. According to the BBC the Blindcraft factory will close following the decision by...

Garden Music at the Botanics with Frieda Morrison

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Broadcaster and musician, Frieda Morrison, and Curator at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, David Mitchell, are at it again! They will be down in the Botanics telling stories and making music... on the...

RBGE appoint new trustees

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The Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, Richard Lochhead has announced the appointment of two new members to the Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE). Patricia Henton and Frank...

Review : Frieda Morrison and her band at the Botanics

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And a lovely time was had by all. The Reporter was lucky enough to catch one of the events in The Scottish International Storytelling Festival which has just begun in the city. What made this...

Music at the Botanics

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Broadcaster and singer-songwriter Frieda Morrison joins RBGE horticulturalist David Mitchell to explore the plants in the gardens next Saturday. With songs from Frieda's new album Morven and adventure stories about the...

What’s on This Week? – 20th September

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Sustainable events all weekend 25th -26th September at The Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Dalmeny Street just off Leith Walk. Organised by www.transitionedinburgh.co.uk If you are interested in history then there is a...

Research at the Botanics

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A new study documents waves of forest degradation advancing 120 km across East Africa in just 14 years. Scientists from 12 organisations in Europe, Africa and the USA showed that forest exploitation started with...

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