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We conducted a community survey to find what people would  like to see included or improved in Hillside Crescent Gardens?  

Have a look at the survey results.

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Come along to discuss and get involved in developments in YOUR local parks. The next meeting will take place on:

Monday, 11 September
6:00 pm start
2 Hillside Crescent B&B


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PS. We are actively looking for a Treasurer for the group. There are no complicated elements to the role, so if you're numerate and have a few hours a year to spare, please consider putting yourself forward.

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Our group holds meetings, attended by community members, representatives from City of Edinburgh Council and the Parks & Green Spaces, and Edinburgh World Heritage Trust.

You’re welcome to come along and help in any way. For more information please refer to our get involved page.

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Friday
Jun012012

RNIB Fundraiser Parachute for Sensory Garden

We are delighted to announce that staff based at Scotland's Royal National Institute for the Blind will tomorrow be parachuting in Perthshire to raise funds for our Sensory Garden tomorrow (2/6/2012) in Perthshire.

The Scottish RNIB centre, also based at Hillside Crescent, is accessed by many via a path that runs through Hillside Crescent Gardens.  As such, we have sought to work together with RNIB to ensure that the needs of all users of the Gardens be listened to, resulting in the creation of our forthcoming Sensory Garden.  

The RNIB have been a key support for the Inspring Hillside group, supporting the project every step of theway, and we are delighted to have their support.

You can find out more about this organisation and their vital work at: http://www.rnib.org.uk/Pages/Home.aspx

The Inspiring Hillside group

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