Those in the Seafield and Portobello area might have noticed the council giving the grass at the top of Seafield Prom a haircut these past few days. Long-term followers will know this is a bit of grass that we’ve been working on with volunteers – adding in coastal wildflowers and scrub.
Many thanks to all who joined us on Friday 27th July to celebrate the official launch of community input to the Edinburgh Shoreline exhibition
Ever wondered what the Edinburgh shoreline looks like from the sky? Wonder no more, just click the link to see footage captured for us by the UK Drone Co. HINT: It looks amazing!
Hi, my name is Simone Landwehr-Traxler, I am a Glasgow based visual artist and over the next few months I will be facilitating a series of consultations for the Edinburgh Shoreline Project.
We were at Wardie Bay beach with Wardie Bay Beachwatch, the Marine Conservation Society and local residents to do a beach clean and survey. What did we find? The usual horrors: wet wipes galore, small plastic items such as bottle lids and cotton bud sticks and even a needle!
The day is finally here, the Edinburgh Shoreline exhibition is open! We have been working hard with our exhibition designer The Port Creative to bring you an engaging and thought-provoking display on the Edinburgh shoreline.