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 attractions.

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.  The convenor is Councillor Mike Bridgman.  

Join us during Love Parks Week, from 24 -30 July - more info is here.

For a FREE six-week internet class, Get Smart Get Online at Craigmillar Library, starting 12 August - more info is here.

See what's happening at the Bridgend Farmhouse Summer Programme here.

Great news as Craigmillar Arts and Environment Project scores a hat trick taking Best Animation, Creativity and Original narrative at the Edinburgh Schools film makers competition! 3 more nominations in other categories. Well done Towerbank, Brunstane, St John's, Niddrie Mill and St Francis Primary Schools and Portobello Library!
Watch these links -
Beware of the books by Arts and Environment with Portobello Library and children from Towerbank Primary - https://youtu.be/smYDHsjN69c 
Obi's anti stinging group by Arts and Environment with Towerbank Primary P5 - https://youtu.be/_wSjkb40p_s  and,
The horrific happenings of a hurricane by Arts and Environment with Brunstane Primary P7 -https://youtu.be/Dpejx_aWxQ4

Learn more about Craigmillar Community Arts' Be Arty Be Healthy projects - more about DePict is here, and the Body Project is here.

See the summer activities at Craigmillar Library here

And Sandy's Community Centre's summer programme for P1s to P3s, and from P4 - S2 here.

You Decide! Result
Over 490 people voted in the You Decide! process, and the 17 projects with the highest scores won their funding - the results can be found in this table

Enjoy Allan J H McGregor's  Breathing Space exhibition at the White House Galleries - more information can be read here

Read our new Local Community Plan here .

Read Cre8te's Spring Newsletter here.

Read Craigmillar Books for Babies Summer Newsletter here, and its Summer Programme here.





Your local contacts

  • James Hunter.jpgJames Hunter
    East Neighbourhood Manager0131 529 7914
  • mary_dumbar.jpgMary Dunbar
    Partnership and Information Manager0131 529 4415

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Fuel Poverty Mapping

20 July, 2015

A fuel poverty overview of Edinburgh, as of March 2015. The map allows estimation of fuel poverty density by data zone 1 and is based on factors that increase the likelihood of households living in fuel poverty (such as single pensioners and unemployed residents). It offers a useful resource for targeting energy efficiency provision to areas most in need.

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