Fort Kinnaird Christmas

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This year we’ve been trying to include some treats in the run up to Christmas that are ‘experiences’ rather than food or actual items. With so much on in terms of school, the usual activities, but with a myriad of parties added in – I’ve really just wanted to ensure […]

Edinburgh’s Christmas with Kids

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Once again East Princes Street Gardens hosts one of the UK’s most stunning Christmas Markets, offering a range of craft and food and drink stalls as well as rides and attractions, all against the backdrop of the iconic Edinburgh Castle. The team were invited along to try some of the exciting rides and […]

Castle of Light

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It feels like festive light shows and illuminations are popping up everywhere at the moment. Christmas at the Botanics and Edinburgh Zoo’s Chinese lanterns are now established events, both in their third year, but newcomers to the light scene are rivalling these old favourites for the top spot. We haven’t […]

Five free things to do in Edinburgh this October

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1. National Museum of Scotland: October half term event The NMS October half term programme is themed around animals, gods, myths and legends this year with daily storytelling activities for all ages. There’ll be Scottish monsters and magical myths, ancient Egyptian animal gods, Nordic adventures, and indigenous legends from the […]

Blogtober 2019

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It’s been two years since I last took part in ‘Blogtober’ – in which I attempted to post every day in October. Whilst life is BEYOND busy at the moment, I’ve been trying to regain a little balance and make time to pause each day. Blogtober is a great way […]

Review: Ockham’s Razor

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I always check the dance, physical theatre and circus section of the Fringe Festival guide first when I get my hands on a copy. Maybe it’s because I’ve always loved the idea of running away to the circus. However my love of aerial yoga gives me an understanding of the […]