A new partnership aimed at improving the range and quality of adult education opportunities in Edinburgh is being launched tomorrow at the Central Library.
Throughout one of the most acclaimed UK exhibitions of the summer, David Mach and his studio have been hard at work - in full view of the public - on the Last Supper, a huge 24ft by 8ft decoupage.
Edinburgh’s parks and green spaces have been recognised at a national level, with three Britain in Bloom awards.
Schoolboy Lewis Reynolds joined Councillor Norman Work, and former residents, Maureen and William Murdoch, in demolishing the three multi-storey blocks at North Sighthill today (25 September).
Disruption to web services Saturday 24 September and Saturday 1 October.
Three multi storey blocks at North Sighthill in Edinburgh are due to be demolished this weekend to make way for the regeneration of the area.
Residents and visitors to Leith's Shore can look forward to an enhanced cafe culture scene thanks to improvements set to be made to the South section of this popular thoroughfare.
With plans in full swing across the UK to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee next year,the Council has earmarked a number of Edinburgh parks and open spaces as potential Diamond Jubilee Fields.
Schoolboy Lewis Reynolds will be literally bringing the houses down this weekend!
Take a step into the past and discover some of Edinburgh's most historic locations this weekend when a number of Council-managed venues play host to Doors Open Day 2011.