Portobello & Craigmillar Neighbourhood Partnership
Welcome to the Portobello & Craigmillar
Neighbourhood Partnership home page. We are ideally placed,
with a castle, the seaside and plenty of parks and green
space. We are keen to maintain and improve these
In these pages you can find out what the
Neighbourhood Partnership does and how you can get
involved. There are links to the Partnership's priorities and
the community plan. If you feel we've missed anything, or if
you can't find out what you want to know, please contact us and we'll do our
best to help you.
A full area profile of the partnership area can be
found under Links and Downloads.
Read the Local Community Plan 2011-14 here.
Council awarded £1.9 million to transform
Castlebrae Business Centre! Read more here
Be prepared for Winter Weather - read more here . If you want to help as a
Volunteer Snow Warden follow this link .
Read Craigmillar Literacy Trust's November Newsletter here.
Speak Up, Speak out -speak up about
Domestic Abuse. Read more here.
Join the Clean Up Edinburgh campaign - read more here.
Take part on City of Edinburgh Council's Budget
consultation - follow this link.
If you need debt advice or housing support,
contact East's Housing and Regeneration Team's Early Intervention Service. There's an
evening surgery every Wednesday,
from 5.00 till 7.30 at the East Neighbourhood
There's fun for young folk, please look
If you have a proposal to improve your environment, you could
benefit from a Get It Sorted Together grant -find
out more about it here.
Portobello Beach has been
recommended by the Marine Conservation Society in its Good
Beach Guide - read more here. And it has been rated
"excellent" by the European Environment Agency -
find it on the Water Watch site
See the new community map to help
support parents and carers in Portobello & Craigmillar
- click here
Look here for help with jobs, training and
volunteering. Do you want to be your own
boss? Need help to start up in
business? Cre8te can help, click here and here.
Find out about Edinburgh Leisure's Get Active £10
We have commissioned a memorial sculpture of Helen
Crummy, inspiration behind the Craigmillar Festival
Society, to be installed outside the Centre. See the
brief here - the selection process is complete and the
sculpture is due to be complete by the turn of the year.
Combat Car Crime - see the advice from the Police
Expectant parents can get a FREE Ready
Steady Baby App! - read more here.
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