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Quality Street winner!

Apologies for the delay in posting this, but on 31st January at the Portobello Community Council meeting, a winner was selected out of the correct entries received. Here’s a photo of the winner Lisa Anderson (on the right) receiving her … Continue reading

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Quality Street

Portobello High Street is a quality street. The Porty Light Box is part of that, and it now needs to be repainted and spruced up. So to raise funds we’re running a wee competition. Correctly guess the number of Quality … Continue reading

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Tracing Time : Mapping Futures

The Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival (SMHAFF) is an annual event to help raise awareness and challenge preconceived ideas about mental health issues. The festival is one of the largest social justice events in the world and, in … Continue reading

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Porty Art Walk – Creative Consequences : Jon Davey and Jen Russell

This month as part of the Porty Art Walk the light box is hosting “Creative Consequences” a joint installation by Jon Davey and Jen Russell. Continue reading

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Fostering + Adoption

St. Andrews Children’s Society is a voluntary Fostering and Adoption Agency, based in Edinburgh and Aberdeen. We have been placing children with families for over 90 years. If you are interested in adoption, please contact us on: info@standrews-children.org.uk Have a … Continue reading

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STOP.

Women and children across the world are exploited and suffer at the hands of others, where they are trafficked into servitude and exploitation, a form of modern day slavery. Trafficking isn’t only going on in other places it happens here in Scotland and Edinburgh and we believe that our government and politicians must work to end this now Continue reading

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St Valentines Day Special – Update

A brief update to say many thanks to all you budding Romeos and Juliets.   It was short notice to get your message to us, but together you raised a total of £150 for the Help Refugees charity.   A big thank you … Continue reading

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