Porty Podcast

153 Craigmillar Now

January 18, 2020 David Calder, Rachael Croughton, Andrew Crummy
Porty Podcast
153 Craigmillar Now
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Porty Podcast
153 Craigmillar Now
Jan 18, 2020
David Calder, Rachael Croughton, Andrew Crummy

This week, we’re moving a little outside our Portobello boundaries because, this year, our near neighbours in Craigmillar celebrate the centenary of their incorporation into the growing city of Edinburgh. A new local charity, Craigmillar Now, has been set up to mark this. Right at the end of last year, it got access to the former Craigmillar Community Arts building, itself the former St Andrew’s Church, just opposite the western entrance to Fort Kinnaird – its website which shows what the restored inside of the building looks like. But what plans does Craigmillar Now have? Porty Podcast Producer, David Calder spoke to two trustees – Rachael Cloughton and Andrew Crummy.

https://craigmillarnow.com/

Show Notes

This week, we’re moving a little outside our Portobello boundaries because, this year, our near neighbours in Craigmillar celebrate the centenary of their incorporation into the growing city of Edinburgh. A new local charity, Craigmillar Now, has been set up to mark this. Right at the end of last year, it got access to the former Craigmillar Community Arts building, itself the former St Andrew’s Church, just opposite the western entrance to Fort Kinnaird – its website which shows what the restored inside of the building looks like. But what plans does Craigmillar Now have? Porty Podcast Producer, David Calder spoke to two trustees – Rachael Cloughton and Andrew Crummy.

https://craigmillarnow.com/