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Scotland’s Call to Action: Boosting Charity Support Through Film

LONDON, 14 FEBRUARY 2024: Scotland was recently found to be the least charitable region in the UK with only 28% of people supporting charities...

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A unique event is set to unfold at Colinton Library on Monday, 20th November at 6.30 pm. Esteemed artist Dr. Andrew Crummy MBE will grace the occasion, sharing his remarkable journey in the world of tapestry,...

TAGS Fest: Where Comics, Games, and Zines Converge in Edinburgh

The Tabletop and Graphic Storytelling Festival is a fresh and exciting event that aims to shine a spotlight on the incredible small press talent in Scotland. This festival will be held at the vibrant Fruitmarket venue,...

Pentland Book Festival 2023: A Journey Through Youthful Creativity and Empowerment

There are numerous exciting events scheduled for the Pentland Book Festival 2023, and we would be delighted if you could join us. If you have a child, grandchild, or a young family member aged between 6...

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Jenny Niven, the Director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, has been unveiled today as one of Scotland's cultural influencers in The List magazine's 'Hot 100'. This announcement took place during an event held at Drygate...

An Artistic Journey: The Tapestries of Scotland and Beyond (Monday 20th November)

A unique event is set to unfold at Colinton Library on Monday, 20th November at 6.30 pm. Esteemed artist Dr. Andrew Crummy MBE will grace the occasion, sharing his remarkable journey in the world of tapestry,...

TAGS Fest: Where Comics, Games, and Zines Converge in Edinburgh

The Tabletop and Graphic Storytelling Festival is a fresh and exciting event that aims to shine a spotlight on the incredible small press talent in Scotland. This festival will be held at the vibrant Fruitmarket venue,...

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Scotland’s Call to Action: Boosting Charity Support Through Film

LONDON, 14 FEBRUARY 2024: Scotland was recently found to be the least charitable region in the UK with only 28% of people supporting charities by donation or volunteering at least once a month. It’s time to change...
The Leith community is invited to contribute ideas for the redesign of Lindsay Road Bridge, commonly referred to as Pride Bridge. This iconic bridge, celebrated for its rainbow colours painted in 2021, serves as a cherished...

Investing in Edinburgh’s Tomorrow: Major Funds Allocated for Schools, Roads, and Climate Action

Millions of pounds will be spent on protecting and improving crucial frontline services in Edinburgh after councillors agreed a balanced budget for 2024/25. Featuring an additional £27m for schools and young people and £12.5m additional annual investment...

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