June 25th Meeting – Calling all Dreamers!

Midsummer has brought renewed energy and hope for local people determined to save Granton Castle’s ‘forgotten’ Walled Garden from a luxury townhouse development.

Latest news from the city council’s planning committee looks really positive, with new rules to stop lengthy delays in ‘legacy’ applications. The B-listed garden’s future is finally to be decided on the 29th July!

Next Friends Group meeting

Thursday 25th June, 6-7.30 pm

Royston Wardieburn Community Centre

11 Pilton Drive North

EH5 1NF

Now going strong for almost a year! The Friends Group ideas and aspirations are growing with support and encouragement from outside organisations like the RCAHMS.

Many local people have now heard the story of Granton Castle’s & its ‘secret’ garden but can’t visit, so one of our first steps would be to make the garden accessible and safe to enter. It is currently locked to visitors and a bit overgrown.

The Victorian greenhouse, still salvageable?

The 1930’s glasshouse, still salvageable?

Meeting Agenda so far….

– Latest News on the Walled garden Planning Permission – a way forward!
– Guest speaker from North Edinburgh Community College
– Start-up funding applications
– Ideas – taking a look at the main ones being proposed, and adding in latest.
– Prioritising and timetabling some actions to involve more group members and raise awareness.

Get in touch if you want to come along, add ideas or have questions. grantoncastlegardengroup@gmail.com

Seating for twenty, hope to see you there.

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About Mossytwig

Working in North Edinburgh towards sustainable greenspace development with maximum community involvement. Creative living, food growing, permaculture, orchards and gardens for wildlife.
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One Response to June 25th Meeting – Calling all Dreamers!

  1. Pingback: Lothian Life the magazine for Edinburgh and the Lothians » Archive » Granton’s Secret Garden

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