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Ten silver birches

The scrapstore containers and  Fountainbridge  trees are safely in place!  This operation was not without its difficulties and apologies to any neighbours disturbed in the process.  Rain nearly brought the whole process to a muddy halt, but the lorry was finally... Continue Reading →

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Pallet building workshop

Join Mo from the The Edinburgh Tool Library and Granton:hub community garden volunteers to learn the art of pallet building at Madelvic House on Wednesday (14 June) 10am-1pm. This is a FREE event that will teach you the tools of... Continue Reading →

Power of Food Festival 17-18 June

granton:hub will be joining 28 other community gardens across the city to celebrate community food growing. We are open from 12 - 3pm on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June; and have plenty of gardening activities planned, a photography exhibition,... Continue Reading →

Full May programme

We now have a handy programme, listing every activity until the end of May... You can take part in song writing classes, mask making, painting and drawing workshops, bookbinding, yoga and lots more. There are free activities, including our Creative... Continue Reading →

Garden:Hub teaser

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ekl1YAI6mS8&feature=youtu.be Music by the very talented Lisa Rigby - 'From a Friend', taken from her Transition album. Time-lapse & editing by Gareth Hutchison

Sunday 30 April

from 11.00 – 3.00pm Help to build a Storytelling Arbour from willow, with artist Janis Hart Listen to an acoustic musical performance, with musicians Stuart Clark and Lisa Rigby (12 – 1pm in the Large Room) Take part in Group-Singing... Continue Reading →

Saturday 29 April

from 11.00 – 3.00pm Join us in creating a Community Garden: Plant up a Green Edge of pallet planters with HERE +NOW landscape architects; and work with Leonie Alexander from Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh to construct a Butterfly Garden, create... Continue Reading →

Our community garden has received its first transformation: metal fences have come down and a path has been created. Do come along on Saturday 29 April to help Leonie Alexander from Royal Botanic Gardens and HERE+NOW landscape architects. We will... Continue Reading →

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