Edinburgh is applying for Sustainable Food Cities: Bronze in 2019! Each year the Sustainable Food Cities awards recognise the success of cities and regions taking a holistic approach to transforming the food in their area. Edible Edinburgh believes that our city deserves recognition for the fantastic achievements and hard work of its community organisations, restaurants, […]
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As part of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s (RBGE) Shoreline project, local communities have been exploring the rich natural and cultural heritage of Edinburgh’s 27 km of coastline. Edinburgh’s Shoreline exhibition was created in collaboration with these communities to celebrate Edinburgh’s relationship with the sea and provides a vision for the use of this wonderful natural […]
Cairdean House Care Home in Colinton is offering the use of its extensive grounds to the local community for gardening and therapeutic activities. The home, which is managed by Care UK, is situated at the junction of Redford Road and the Dreghorn Link to the Edinburgh City Bypass, and is served by Lothian Buses route […]
The Scottish Government will be inviting applications for the Fair Food Transformation Fund from Monday 27 June 2016 until Monday 18 July 2016. The Fund is part of the £1 million-a-year Fair Food Fund, which supports dignified responses to food poverty. The Fair Food Transformation Fund aims to help Scotland become a ‘Good Food Nation’ – a […]
A fantastic volunteer opportunity has come up with Move More Edinburgh – a partnership between Edinburgh Leisure and Macmillan Cancer Support to deliver gardening activities for people affected by cancer. They are looking for a volunteer to coordinate and support gardening activities for people affected by cancer. They particularly want someone who can commit to […]