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Plant Sale stock still available!

After our very successful plant sale last Sunday there is still some stock available to buy. We have a wide range of Scottish wildflowers suitable for gardens or community projects. All of the plants listed below are available for £2.50... Continue Reading →

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Granton:hub community garden wildflower plant sale

Granton:hub’s thriving community garden is marking the end of another bumper summer growing season by hosting a native Scottish wildflower and plant sale. Running from 11am to 2pm on Sunday August 26, the event presents a great opportunity to make... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh Shoreline Exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens

The History Hub has contributed to the Edinburgh Shoreline Exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Using artifacts from our own Granton collection, the RBGE created the central focus of the Shoreline exhibition. The exhibition explores the rich natural and cultural... Continue Reading →

Boat building volunteers wanted

Our log boat building group is looking for volunteers to help out with their exciting project. Please drop by on Saturday or Sunday anytime between 10:00am-4:00pm. No skills required, just sheer determination! If you have any questions please contact admin@grantonhub.org.... Continue Reading →

Puppet workshops provide a perfect start to the summer holidays!

Fresh from her performance at the Power of Food Festival, puppeteer Tania is returning to granton:hub for a series of new summer workshops for kids. Combining theatre, puppets and crafts, the workshops provide the perfect start the summer holidays over four... Continue Reading →

Power of Food Festival 2018

granton:hub is one of 23 venues taking part in this year’s Power of Food Festival, an annual celebration of community gardens across Edinburgh. Staged over the weekend of June 16 and 17, the festival aims to celebrate the benefits of... Continue Reading →

granton:hub May History Walk

There are still tickets left for our history group’s next fascinating event - a walking tour of Cramond Village, a site steeped in history and heritage just three miles along the coast from Granton. Taking place on Saturday May 12, ‘Cramond... Continue Reading →

Iron Age Logboat at granton:hub community garden

Do you like woodwork? What about woodwork with iron age tools? How about carving an ancient logboat? granton:hub, in collaboration with The School of Ancient Crafts, is setting up an experimental archeology group with Madelvic History Group in Granton. We... Continue Reading →

Painting for Pleasure Weekend Workshop

This month sees the return to granton:hub of local artist Gareth Hutchison's enjoyable and inspirational two-day weekend art workshop. Running from 10am to 4.30pm on Saturday April 14 and Sunday April 15, the course is ideal for adults off all abilities... Continue Reading →

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