April 2016

Streets of the Old Town - our concerns, Edinburgh World Heritage Trust Twelve Closes Project, future of the former Royal High School, events of 1916, Success of donation to the Scottish Poetry Library, a photo essay of animals on buildings, for your diaries, OTA activities for summer.

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January 2016

Association's 40th anniversary; events of 1976; Royal High School; Street of Light; Twelve Closes Project; Riddle's Court update; Panmure House update; 3-dimensional signs (photo-essay); Brownlee Trust grants for Edinburgh City Youth Café and the Scottish Poetry Library; OTA activities and other events.

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September 2015

Future of the Old Royal High School, art work at the High School Yards Steps, courtyard at Huntly House re-opens, City Council Customer Hub, The Edinburgh Room at the Central Library, tower cranes and witches' knickers (photo-essay), markets in and around the Old Town, Botanic Gardens leaflet, OTA activities and other events

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April 2015

Future of the Royal High School, Lego at the Library, Market in Tron Kirk, 1812 riots and murder, blooming marvellous: a photo essay of hanging baskets and window boxes, on-line resources, for your diaries, OTA activities for summer. Also available is the Convener's review of 2014.

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January 2015

Committee Jottings on the website, Lego at the Library, Princes Street Gardens path to Esplanade open at last, Saga of the post-boxes, Award-winning architecture, Award-winning green spaces, Trinity Apse Story-telling Garden, Women of World War I, Reviews of Scotland's Shrine by Duncan Macmillan and Mapping Edinburgh by Chris Fleet and Dan MacConnell, Winter activities.


September 2014

Changes with our Newsletter and Website, World War I centenary, Old Town Community Council, Population statistics, Grassmarket Community Project, Greening the Old Town, Scaffolding photo-essay, Panmure House.

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January 2014

Demise of the Old Town Community Council, community green spaces, closed path in Princes Street Gardens (again), party flats and A-boards, family firms, St Cecilia’s Hall 250th anniversary, owl and pussycat in Cockburn Street.

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