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Read and Mend events: 15 Dec – 22 Jan – 19 Feb

Inspired by the Icelandic tradition of kvöldvaka, Granton:Hub would like to invite you this winter to spend a few hours together, mindfully crafting, while listening to a story. Bring your sewing, knitting or mending project along, as well as a... Continue Reading →

27th November: Photo Exhibition

This Sunday 27th November, we welcome John Dickson and Paul Cunningham and their photo exhibition where prints will be for sale. Doors open from 11am - 5pm. Photographer Paul Cunningham is self-taught and used to be a tour guide. His... Continue Reading →

Recycl-age Art Exhibition Open this Weekend

Our Recycl-age Art Exhibition is happening this weekend and will be held at granton:hub from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th July 2021 from 11am to 6pm each day. This exhibition is free to attend. View the event on Facebook here.There are... Continue Reading →

Contemporary Art Boards Installed

We are really excited to announce that the contemporary art boards for the Madelvic Car Factory have now been completed and installed. The boards are part of a permanent outdoor art exhibition and were designed collaboratively between lead artist Natasha Russell, the local Madelvic history group and our community... Continue Reading →

Plant Sale & Scrapstore Open Day

We are delighted to announce that we are having a Plant Sale and the Edinburgh Scrapstore Open Day on Sunday July 11th from 2.00 - 4.30pm. Not heard of The Edinburgh Scrapstore? This is the repurposed blue shipping container in our community garden which is... Continue Reading →

Launch of the Iron Age Log Boat

A huge congratulations to the School of Ancient Crafts and the team of volunteers who contributed to the experimental archaeology project of the construction and launch of the Iron Age Log Boat. The log boat was named Dòbhran and she... Continue Reading →

Community Garden Group & Apple Orchard

With Summer now here our Community Garden Group is back in our garden and volunteers are welcome. All abilities are welcome to join us at our weekly drop-in sessions every Wednesday 11am - 1pm.  If you would like to join the weekly drop-in... Continue Reading →

Could you be our Next Chair?

For the purpose of our ongoing re-structure, we are now seeking to fulfil the role of a new Chair for our Charity.  The Chair will provide leadership to the charity and its Board, ensuring that the Charity has maximum impact for its... Continue Reading →

Iron Age Log Boat Launch – 20th June

The School of Ancient Crafts have been working alongside volunteers in an experimental archaeology project to re-create a Scottish Iron Age log boat. Starting with an ecologically sourced Northern Spruce log (9m long and 1.5m diameter) from the Scottish Forestry Commission transported to the... Continue Reading →

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