Post Category: Walkway

News

Latest from the Council regarding access in the Dells

News on the progress to resolving the path and bridge closures in Colinton and Craiglockhart Dells

Blog

The Interceptor Sewers; how Victorian Edinburgh cleaned up the Water of Leith

What the Victorians did for the Water of Leith, sending the three p’s elsewhere

News

Coalie Park born in the 80s, plans to revitalise the area 40 years on.

Take a look at the plans for Coalie Park and check out these wonderful 1980’s images of the area

News

Boosting Biodiversity by planting wildflowers and sowing seeds

This mild extended autumn has really helped us with this years planting season. Back in March Trust Manager Helen was …

News

Hanging up the Waders

This week saw a calendar milestone for our volunteers as we packed away the drying greenhouse and tested all our …

Volunteers

The Buzz of the Tea Break

On world mental health day Johnny reflects on the value of volunteering and the importance of the tea break

Blog

Walkway resurfacing update

Unfortunately there has been some issues with the new path surface which has be laid from Lanark Road to Colinton …

News

Resurfacing work gets underway from Slateford to Balerno – in phases

This image is of some preliminary work to improve drainage – it is not the new surface which will be smoother

Walkway

Dean Path is OPEN!

After many long years and a couple of false starts the landslide issue along the Walkway between Belford Road and …

Volunteers

Spring volunteering its rubbish, oh and railings, path edges, drains, willow fences …..

All the rakes, brushes & cutting tools have been given a huge work out over the last few months to …

Volunteers

Plants of the Dells by Juliet Wilson

Volunteer Juliet shares her experiences of wild plants along the river in the Dells

Walkway

Walkway closures still causing problems

Water of Leith Walkway regulars may have noticed that work is underway on the landslip above the Dean Village and …

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