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Blackwell's Writers at the Fringe


Now in its eleventh year, Blackwell's Writers at the Fringe brings you, once again, the best in Scottish writing. Every Thursday new and unpublished works of literary art stand alongside established novelists, with any and all genres free to be expressed – from Scots poetry to cutting-edge drama, from folk music to contemporary fiction, and all that is found in between.

Meet our very own Lucy Lloyd, hear about what influenced her to write the book, Russian Doll, on the 9th August at Blackwell's Writers. 

Click here to see the full line up over the festival

Where: Blackwell's Bookshop Edinburgh

When: 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd August

Free, but tickets must be ordered here

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to Aug 27

ADAM POTTERY - CLAY 2018 Fringe Event

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A vibrant show of contemporary & traditional ceramics by the 6 resident makers that covers an imaginative spectrum of concepts and working methods. What makes this ceramics exhibition special for many of our visitors is to find that it’s held in a working pottery. You are most welcome to come “backstage” and enjoy meeting whoever is currently at work.   You can find out more about the many ways there are of working with clay, or maybe you are an established potter who loves talking shop with fellow ceramicists.

Non-exhibition pieces are also available for sale.

So come along and discover all that this show has to offer!

Adam Pottery, 6-27 Aug, Mon-Sat, 10.30am-5pm

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Thomas Cameron Tenor at the Fringe Festival
5:30 PM17:30

Thomas Cameron Tenor at the Fringe Festival

Thomas Cameron is an English tenor whose voice has been described as having velvet-like qualities and performs classics such as Bring Him Home. Appeared on BBC One and described as "Wowing the Music World". ‘His voice is truly a gift' (Robert Macleod). 5 Star (Camilla Joyce).

When: 19 August

Where: Stockbridge Church

Tickets: £10pp

Click here for tickets & more info

Get 2for1 tickets here

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SymphRONica at the Fringe Festival
to Aug 17

SymphRONica at the Fringe Festival

‘Four Stars… serious musical ability is juxtaposed with wit’ (Herald, Scotland). BBC regular Ron Davis' SymphRONica won international praise for their dazzling jazz/groove/classical sound, mesmerized crowds at the Pan Am Games, and wowed Edinburgh Fringe in 2016 and 2017. This year SymphRONica is back for ten shows, including three at the wonderful Stockbridge Church. With Ron on piano are great Canadian talents Kevin Barrett (guitar) and Aline Homzy (violin), and some of Scotland's finest jazz musicians, including Seonaid Aitken (violin), Emma Smith (bass), Alyn Cosker (drums) plus other superb solo artists – THIS is the music you’ve been waiting for!

When: 17:00-18:15 on the 3rd, 4th and, 17th August 

Where: Stockbridge Church

Tickets: £15 instead of £30

Click here for more info

Get 2for1 tickets here

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to Aug 5

Foodies Edinburgh Festival

Visit Foodies Festival at Inverleith Park, 3-5 August and see Masterchef Champion 2018 Kenny Tutt creating his winning recipes in his very first live cookery demonstration in Edinburgh, joined by Six by Nico chef Nico Simeone and other award winning Scottish chefs. This year, Foodies Festival will celebrate live music into the night on the newly launched music stage,  with headliners Toploader, The Hoosiers, The Oasis Experience and top tribute bands. Feast on street food, enjoy pop up bars, artisan producers and an expanded kidzone and have a great day out with friends. 

Where:  Inverleith Park

WIN VIP tickets and general admission tickets to foodies here

Tickets:  £5 – £38

Or why wait to see if you are a lucky winner & get 30% OFF tickets here

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9:30 AM09:30

WESTWOODS - 5k Run & Family Races

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Come and join Westwoods Health Club on  21 July where they will be hosting a 5K fun run throughout their stunning grounds at Fettes College. In addition to the adults race, they will also be holding several children's races as well as a family relay and other fun activities for children. Races will finish around 12.30pm with the awards ceremony and BBQ taking place on the balcony at 12.45pm.

All races are free to enter however they would welcome a small donation to their chosen charity, Cash for Kids.

For further information or to enter one of the races, please call reception on 0131 332 5777 or complete the contact form here.


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9:00 AM09:00

"With Kids" Charity Family Fun Day

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WithKids turns 10 years old in June, 2018, so they are celebrating with a fundraising ‘birthday party’ family fun day. The morning promises to be an entertainment-packed event for all the family, with various activities available for kids of all ages. All activities and events within the morning are free to ticket holders. Some of the attractions that have confirmed are:

Inflatable Assault Course / Giant Jenga / Rock Climbing / Police Dogs / Bomb Disposal Robots / Emergency vehicles / Classic and Sports Cars / Luca's Ice cream and cakes.

They would love you to join them, having lots of fun and helping raise money for our great cause.

Where:  Fettes

Tickets:  £5 – £25

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6:00 PM18:00

A Wee Night Oot at The Kilted Kitchen, Stockbridge

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The Kilted Kitchen is the newest kitchen concept to launch in Stockbridge … an open kitchen experience offering delicious dishes from breakfast through to dinner.

To celebrate their opening, they are holding A Wee Night Oot for their special Stockbridge peeps to come along and enjoy a flavour of what The Kilted Kitchen has to offer. 

Join them for some lovely Kilted bites and complimentary glass of fizz

They will be in full kilted swing from 6-9pm, 21 June! 

Limited Numbers. 

To secure your place, complete the form opposite and you will be emailed if successful. 

Good Luck! 

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6:00 PM18:00



The Frame Room, Cameron Optometry’s eyewear boutique, is having a frame preview night from 6-8pm on 14 June. So if you're on the hunt for a new pair of frames, or want to upgrade your sunglasses, this is the event for you.

You’ll be treated to cocktails, canapés and 25% off all frames on the night.

Designers include a wide range of independent, artisan designers, as well as some well-known names.

If you would like to attend, please email by 11 June.


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to Jun 24

EDINBURGH FESTIVAL OF CYCLING - 4 pairs of tickets to win (worth £46)

Edinburgh Festival of Cycling

The 6th Edinburgh Festival of Cycling #EdFoC2018 will run from 7-24 June 2018

The purpose of the Edinburgh Festival of Cycling (EdFoC) is to celebrate all aspects of cycling in and around the City of Edinburgh, including travel, leisure, adventure, transport, sport, personal development. Recognising cycling’s importance for encouraging social inclusion and economic development reducing ill health and pollution and for making places. EdFoC aims to challenge people’s perception of what cycling is and to put Edinburgh on the map as an international cycling destination.

This years programme of events has a wide range of exciting events.  They look forward to you joining them!

4 pairs of tickets to WIN

Click here for tickets & more info

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to Jun 3

JUNIPER GIN FESTIVAL - Exclusive 2for1 Tickets, PLUS 4 pairs to WIN

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In 2014 Martin Duffy launched the Juniper Festival - Scotland's first gin festival, at Summerhall in Edinburgh. This year marks the 5th year as Scotland's Best Gin Fest and a staple in the gin lover's calendar.  This year’s festival will introduce the Distillers Room, bringing together over 20 top gin distillers from around the world into one room. With music, entertainment, Scottish street food, craft stalls and gin cocktails galore –there’s no better place to enjoy a G&T this summer!

Includes a G&T on arrival

Exclusive 2for1 Tickets, PLUS 4 pairs to WIN

Click here for tickets & more info

  • 1 June, 5.30pm – 10pm
  • 2 June 12pm – 4.30pm, 5.30pm – 10pm
  • 3 June 12pm - 4.30pm
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6:30 PM18:30

MEET THE AUTHOR of "Russian Doll" - Lucy Lloyd

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Meet our very own Lucy Lloyd

Lucy has just launched her first novel "Russian Doll"

Shortly after independence has been established in Scotland, Russia lays claim to Rockall, a remote part of Scottish territory. As Russia attempts to manipulate the media, a Scottish radio producer fights back, getting herself noticed.  Against her best intentions, she falls in love with a Russian diplomat tasked with delivering Scotland into Moscow’s hands. As the country progresses to the brink of war, her love affair leads her to pit herself against a Russia heading towards winter and tests her belief in the man she loves.

Told from the point of view of a young woman, Russian Doll explores the conflicts that can arise when love and politics come into conflict.

Hear about what influenced her to write the book. 

Stockbridge Library

6.30pm, 16 May

Free, but tickets must be ordered here

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to May 12

WOMANKIND BEAUTY presents - The Charity Crystal Ball

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Womankind Beauty are honoured to present this with their co-host venue, Edinburgh Corn Exchange to celebrate their 15th year in business and raise money for two charities very close to their hearts, Maggies Centres and Simba

We are very grateful that Stockbridge Local have agreed to sponsor our event and will be there to capture the night. 

Womankind would be grateful to have as many clients, friends and family there and any donations or prizes would be greatly appreciated. 

Womankind have had a very traumatic 18 months in the salon with the loss of one of Patrycja’s (one of Womankind's team) husband to cancer leaving her to start life as a family of 3 with 2 young children. She has spoken so highly of Maggies and how supportive they are. They don’t just help the people with cancer but anyone who is affected by it. 

Tragically, an other member of staff, Tegan, lost her baby girl, Lottie, late on in pregnancy. Simba has been there all the way for Tegan and her husband and helped to provide special memories. Simba also fund rooms in the hospital for parents to spend time with their little angels. 

Womankind promise this is going to be a great night with live entertainment from Jools Holland’s Jam House resident band “The Black Beez”. These guys know how to party and are the chosen after party entertainment for the European Rugby Champions Cup final. 

Instapic Photo Booths will be joining us to have some fun. 

Radio's ‘Big Al’ will be hosting the event and presenting the charity auction with some amazing prizes in our grand raffle. 

Womankind hope to see you there. 


Includes Drink on Arrival, Street Food Platters for every table

£25 or £200 for table of 10 - Limited Numbers - available here

Where:  Edinburgh Corn Exchange

When :  11 May, 7.30pm - Late


We have just gone into our 2nd year working with Stockbridge Local, who have been invaluable in helping us gain more exposure and engagement across social media. Susannah and the team always have great ideas and we have also worked with them to sell services through their website bringing us new customers, which in turn have become loyal customers. We are really excited to be working with them on a this! Well done Stockbridge Local, keep up the good work!
— Lauren McGinty, Womankind
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6:30 PM18:30


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Blackwell's Bookshop and Comely Bank Publishing invite you to celebrate the launch of Russian Doll, the debut novel by Stockbridge Local's Lucy Lloyd.  

Shortly after independence has been established in Scotland, Russia lays claim to Rockall, a remote part of Scottish territory. As Russia attempts to manipulate the media, a Scottish radio producer fights back, getting herself noticed.  Against her best intentions, she falls in love with a Russian diplomat tasked with delivering Scotland into Moscow’s hands. As the country progresses to the brink of war, her love affair leads her to pit herself against a Russia heading towards winter and tests her belief in the man she loves.

Told from the point of view of a young woman, Russian Doll explores the conflicts that can arise when love and politics come into conflict.

6.30-8pm, 8 May

Includes Q&A hosted by Scotsman journalist and literary reviewer Jane Bradley  @janekbradley.

Blackwells South Bridge

FREE - but space is limited so please email to register your interest.

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9:30 PM21:30

EDINBURGH RUGBY - 1872 Cup Decider - Edinburgh vs. Glasgow

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Join Edinburgh Rugby on Silver Saturday (28 April) for the 1872 Cup decider against Glasgow Warriors and BT Cup Finals Day. Silver Saturday combines the two big events for the very first time at BT Murrayfield for a massive day of rugby.

Tickets are on sale NOW starting at:

  • £20 for adults
  • £10 for concessions
  • £5 for under-18s.

One single ticket gives you access to all six women’s and men’s finals and the 1872 Cup decider. Find out more here

Click here to purchase tickets.

Or click here for your chance to WIN 2 tickets and a £100 voucher to Kyloe.


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to Apr 24

CHETTY & DAS - Sunglasses Event 2018


On 21 April Chetty & Das have their Maui Jim Day, with 2018 Sunglasses Collection, Zeal 2018 Sunglasses Collection and a preview of the new Maui Jim Optical range (which can be made into higher prescriptions).

On the 24 April they will have Ray Ban, Serengeti, Bolle, Cebe with reps from each brand with the full collection that they carry, so you can see the full collection. 

Chetty & Das will be offering a 20% discount on each sunglasses order during their events.

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to Apr 30

LENNON ART - Taking Shape Exhibition

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Preview, 6-8pm, 12 April

An exciting contemporary, playful abstract theme with line shape and colour being the key ingredients.

3 artists;

  1. Alan Lennon
  2. Stephen Holmes
  3. Alan Martin

will showcase their very individual approaches. 

Come along, view some wonderful affordable art and enjoy a glass of fizz!

Exhibition, 12-6pm, Mon-Sat, 12-30 April

Lennon-Art Gallery

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to Mar 31

Westwoods - Your Mission if Choose to Accept It

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Westwoods challenge you to take part in the Let’s Move for a Better World Campaign at Westwoods, 12-31 March.  They challenge you to attend the fitness suite 3 days in a row and help take part in their gym challenge. 

You must pledge to donate your physical activity performed in their facility to help a social cause, obesity and sedentary lifestyles.  They want your MOVES.  To give everyone the same chance and opportunity, irrespective of age, sex and level of physical fitness, the brand Technogym has created the MOVE, a new way to measure physical activity that bonds the whole community.  Their state of the art machines allow you to take part in the challenge in our club. They are donating all our MOVES to help fight obesity around the world and we want you to help! 

For more information and to book your 3 days, click here to book your gym sessions.

Prizes to be won on a daily basis.

To find out more about the challenge click here 

NB: this is a gym based challenge ONLY and does not include the swimming pool.  

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to Mar 22


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Young Engineers offers educational LEGO & KNEX clubs for children aged 4 to 11. Classes run on Thursday afternoon and evenings at Stockbridge Parish Church until 22 March at 3.35pm and 6.15pm.   Times and prices as per Young Engineers website.

Classes are also available across Edinburgh, West Lothian and Fife and run 7 days a week. Sessions are designed by professional engineers and focus on engaging children in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). Each week we introduce a technical concept and build a different model to help our understanding. Holiday camps will run at Easter and Summer to provide more in-depth sessions.

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7:00 PM19:00

Chamber Concert with some of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra @Stockbridge Church

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Come for an enjoyable evening of classical music put on by local musicians including members of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. The evening will be held in honour and in celebration of Tania Tumblety who sadly past away early 2017, leaving behind her husband Simon, step son Jamie and daughter Ajanta.

All proceeds:

Tania was a vibrant, funny and fiercely intelligent woman with a heart of gold. Her loyalty and kindness will live on within the hearts of everyone that had the privilege to know her. She had a strong and happy marriage to Simon and they weathered many of lives ups and downs together, most prominently the loss of their son Isaac in 2014. Despite this loss, Simon and Tania continued to provide a loving and happy home for their Ajanta who is a force of nature herself much like her mum. 

  • 7-8pm - Concert
  • Followed by Mulled Wine & Mince Pies

Click here for 2for1 tickets. 

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to Dec 23

Christmas Trees at the back of The Raeburn Hotel

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Still to get your Christmas tree? 

There is no need to leave Stockbridge. Local, Robbie Carse will sort you out with a gorgeous Fraser or Noble Fir from Royal Deeside to accommodate what ever space you are looking to fill.

  • Net Wrapping
  • Log Bases (optional)
  • FREE Delivery

Mon-Sun 9.30am-8.30pm

Behind the Raeburn Hotel

07562 194 695


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to Jan 5

LENNON ART GALLERY - Visible Layers Exhibition

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Lennon-Art Gallery continues it's exciting themed exhibitions with ‘Visible Layers’ - an exhibition of collage. 5 carefully selected artists explore the endless possibilities of the medium. Original art and affordable prints - unique gifts. 


  • 6-8pm, 7 Dec - be the first to view this fantastic exhibition


  • 8 Dec-5 Jan

More about Lennon-Art

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to Dec 3

LENNON ART GALLERY - Common Ground Exhibition


Edinburgh's new contemporary figurative art gallery, Lennon-Art, continues its programme of exciting invited artists with a joint exhibition with Derby based, Michael Cook and Alan Lennon 'Common Ground'. Both artists create a world that is immersed with a quiet spiritual symbolism. 


  • 6-9pm, 16 Nov - be the first to view this fantastic exhibition with a glass of fizz


  • 17 Nov - 3 Dec

More about Lennon-Art


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to Dec 17

SAORSA - Moodscapes Exhibition

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Tommy Fitchet will be launching his Solo Exhibition, 'Moodscapes' at his gallery, Saorsa Art Gallery, 2 Nov and the exhibition will be up until 12 Nov. 

Some of this exhibition will be on display in Artisan Roast, Stockbridge

Preview             6-8pm, 9 Nov

Exhibition         9 Nov - 17 Dec

Edinburgh Art Fair (16-19 Nov)

Saorsa Art Gallery will also be exhibiting at the Edinburgh Art Fair. Exhibiting artists include, Fiona Thompson, Jim Sutherland, Harriet Selka and Tommy Fitchet.

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to Oct 31

'Seafood Week' 2017 - £350 worth of prizes, PLUS 20% o


Seafood Week

6 - 13 October 2017

Calling all seafood fans, be part of the nation’s biggest seafood celebration SEAFOOD WEEK 2017.

Previous partners include household names to independents across the U.K. and this year’s event is sure to be even bigger and better than ever


Thank you to everyone for entering and voting in our competition. We were overwhelmed by all your creative entries. Congratulations to all our winners:

  • Cathy McNaught (£50 Franco's voucher)
  • Julie Reilly Mackay (£50 Hectors voucher)
  • David Clark (£50 Armstrong's voucher)
  • Davy Fulton (£50 Stockbridge Restaurant voucher)
  • Jamie Miller (£50 Taisteal voucher)

To redeem, please email by midday 10 Nov.

See all entries below.

Pun Entries

  1. Waiter- How did you find your fish madam?  Me - It was hiding behind a chip! Sarah Downs
  2. I’ve been herring that Stockbridge Local is the best plaice to be! Susan Lowes
  3. This Facebook page has reeled me in!  Susan Lowes
  4.  I need more time to mullet over!!  Tiffany Ronaldson
  5.  Carp-e diem! If there's a batter, more turbot-charged, brill-iant competition just now, let minnow. For-tuna-lately, I seem to have come to the right plaice! (Okay, okay, you've probably haddock enough...)  Cathy George
  6.  Holy shrimp! This scampi happening! That wasn't too bad I thought, though I cod do better Helen Denise Lee
  7.  I'm sure salmon on here will find my fish pun very sofishticated!!  If you can think of a better one let minnow!!   Sarah Derby
  8.  I’ll be breaming ear to ear when I clam my prize from this plaice!  Kathryn MacKinnon Cook
  9. Whale whale whale... what do we have here?  Noelie Charlita
  10.  If you can think of anything better than fish let me minnow so keep clam & mullet over.  Shirley Burnett
  11.  You're Krilling me here.  Mary Marshall
  12. I could tell you about fish but I'm afraid I'll clam up. Eleanor Rennie
  13. My wife left me for a fisherman. I was gutted 'cos she was a good catch. Her name was Annette!  Davy Fulton
  14. Hope all these fishpuns dont make you pull a mussel.  Shannen Gray
  15. These fish puns are KRACKEN me up.  Cheryl Gray
  16. I would add one but don't want to start a war. I'm a pacifisht! Dario Valente
  17. Salmon bream me my fish!  Katherine Chapman
  18.  I can't think of any good fish puns, if anyone can let minnow.  Nicola Martin
  19.  It's not my plaice to say but I codn't help myself - this all seems a bit fishy.  Lynsay Hunter
  20. You need some background music....can i suggest some tunas by.... Walter Trout,Julian Bream and Charlie Musselwhite..  Mhairi Chambers
  21. These fish puns are Kraken me up. Susan Samson
  22. Oh for cods sake, not another fish pun .  Kerry Lothian
  23. Sometimes I feel as if I’m just reinventing the whale.  Kerry Lothian
  24.  Have you got a good fish pun or do you need some more time to mullet over?  Kerry Lothian
  25. reeled today, cod tomorra,  Margaret Samson
  26. A fisherman's tale is always as long as yer arm! Margaret Samsom
  27. These fish puns are kraken me up.  Lesley Carnochan
  28.  Bit of a red herring if you ask me!  Carole Mitchell Paton
  29. whale obviously this page is glubbin fintastic.  Laura Meg Miller
  30.  Let minnow when you pick a winner.  LeeAnne Gray
  31.  Eel be seeing you.  Anne Campbell
  32. Don't worry, you can always join Plenty of Fish.  Yvonne K Graham
  33. Stockbridge Local - the sole of the community. Trout of this world.  Jamie Millar
  34. I would like to submit a fish pun but salmon beat me to it!  Stuart McMillan
  35. Two parrots are sitting on a perch.  One turns to the other and asks “Can you smell fish?” David Clark
  36. Dolphinately shoald be a whale of a time with lobsta fintastic prizes! Hilary Grieve
  37. No fin is better than Stockbridge, it’s the plaice to be - come sea for yourself! Louise Killough
  38. I’m sending this just for the ‘Halibut’, but my pun skills are ‘ofFISHally’ ‘Bleak’, I may have to ‘Mullet’ over some more..  Lois Rhodes

Picture Entries

Picture Entries

  1. Prawns with Tatties & Chrorizo - Becca91128
  2. Spaghetti alle Vongole - Becca91128
  3. Curried Seabass with Lentils - Tracey Anne
  4. Shellfish - Gary
  5. Salmon - Sandra Clarke
  6. Fresh fish - Carline Maclean
  7. Hectors Calamari - Ariel Katorza
  8. Seafood at Kilted Lobster - Niall Blackie
  9. Seafood at Kilted Lobster - Andrew Ross
  10. Octupus with ginger lemongrass & soy - Colette Murphy
  11. Seafood from EGG event - Charlene Smith
  12. Lobster my fave - Cheryl Gray
  13. Scottish Mussels from Mull - Claire Marriage
  14. Fish, Chips & Beans - Donna Grieve
  15. Armstrong's Scallops - Emma B Ettison
  16. Seafood at Kilted Lobster - Arlene 'sal' Crawford
  17. Fresh Fish by Dad - Julie Reilly Mackay
  18. Fish and Chips by Findlay's chipper Fraserburgh - Sarah Downs
  19. Lunch with EGGS Ondine - Victoria Erasmus
  20. Mackerel Tartare - Ben Slater
  21. Scallops and Chorizo - Carly Thomson
  22. Seafood - Beya Thomson
  23. Seafood Tomato Passata - Tracey Bright
  24. Seafood Platter - Noelie Charlita
  25. Chippy by the Sea - Cathy McNaught
  26. Bass - Morag Houston
  27. Posh Fish and chips plus Seafood - Rebecca Huntley

Two portions a week

Due to the large numbers of essential nutrients contained in fish and shellfish, many experts recommend that we try to eat at least two portions of seafood every week.

This recommendation has been made by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN), which advises the Food Standards Agency (FSA). The SACN also suggested that at least one of our weekly portions of seafood should be oil-rich, such as trout, mackerel or herring.

A Fish Dish for every day of the Week ... 

Recipe Ideas 

Click on the fish in bold for some simple mouthwatering recipes. 

  1. Thank Squid it's Friday
  2. Stop Being Shellfish it's Saturday
  3. Monk Sunday (Monkfish)
  4. Halibut it's Monday
  5. For Cod's Sake it's only Tuesday
  6. Happy Haddock Hump-day
  7. Thursday Thirsty or Hungry Hake Day
  8. Holy (Mackerel) it's Friday

 20% off Seafood

    Get a fantastic 20% off Seafood dishes during Seafood Week at: 

    Click here to receive code to obtain your 20% off & see T&C's. 

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    Fish & Chippies ... 

    What better to go with fish than Golden Wonder's newly launched Chippies crisps.

    GOLDEN WONDER recently celebrated its 70th anniversary by introducing its new 'Chippie' range in Stockbridge where the brand launched 70 years ago.

    Click here to see full story. 

    Competition Time - £350 worth of prizes

    We have the following to WIN:

    • Armstrong's - £50 Voucher 
    • Franco's - £50 worth of Vouchers
    • Hectors - £50 Voucher 
    • Golden Wonder - £100 worth of Chippie flavour crisps (Curry, Ready Salted & Salt & Vinegar)
    • Stockbridge Restaurant - £50 Voucher 
    • Taisteal - £50 Voucher (to be used at lunch-time only)

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    10:00 AM10:00

    Stockbridge Church - Doors Open Day (23 Sep)


    Stockbridge Church is participating in the Doors Open Day

    Doors Open Day is your chance to explore some of Edinburgh’s architecturally and culturally significant buildings - all for FREE. From heritage landmarks to the city’s newest architecture, Doors Open Day offers free access to properties that are either not usually open to the public or would normally charge an entry fee. The event also offers the public an opportunity to find out more about the capital's public buildings.

    • Activities | Information | Music 
    • 10am - 5pm, 23 Sep
    • 7b Saxe Coburg St, Edinburgh EH3 5BN  
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    6:00 PM18:00

    Stockbridge Traders' Association Social Evening

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    If you are a trader in Stockbridge, you are warmly invited to attend a Social Evening hosted by Stockbridge Traders' Association (STA) on 14 September, at Cullerton’s, 74 St Stephen Street, from 6pm – 8pm.

    The evening has been organised to welcome new traders to Stockbridge and for new and old to get to know each other and chat in an informal setting.

    There is no charge for attending. Please come along and enjoy some wine, nibbles and music.

    Please respond to by 8 September, to indicate your intention to attend.

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    to Sep 24

    Saorsa Art - Tommy Fitchet's '365' Exhibition - raising for Cancer Research & CHAS (7-24 Sep)

     An exhibition of Tommy’s paintings of beautiful landscapes and seascapes of Scotland.  His '100/100' exhibition raised over £5,500 for Cancer Research in Sep 2016 and he is keen to raise more for the fight towards cancer.  He gave himself the challenge to paint 365 small landscape/seascape paintings, one for each day of the year.  He will be donating £25 per painting sold to each of the charities.  The gallery will exhibit the full 365 small paintings and as before, they will each be priced at £100 and £50 will go to the charities from each sale (£25 to each).  He is very pleased to promote his work for these charities and to announce that CHAS, the Children's Hopsices Across Scotland will be part of this exhibition too.  CHAS is the only charity in Scotland that provides vital hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions.  Visit   Saorsa Art   for more info.   Thu - Sun 12-5pm   

    An exhibition of Tommy’s paintings of beautiful landscapes and seascapes of Scotland.  His '100/100' exhibition raised over £5,500 for Cancer Research in Sep 2016 and he is keen to raise more for the fight towards cancer.

    He gave himself the challenge to paint 365 small landscape/seascape paintings, one for each day of the year.  He will be donating £25 per painting sold to each of the charities.  The gallery will exhibit the full 365 small paintings and as before, they will each be priced at £100 and £50 will go to the charities from each sale (£25 to each).

    He is very pleased to promote his work for these charities and to announce that CHAS, the Children's Hopsices Across Scotland will be part of this exhibition too.  CHAS is the only charity in Scotland that provides vital hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions.

    Visit Saorsa Art for more info. 

    Thu - Sun 12-5pm


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    to Aug 22

    SOUNDING - Modern Studies & Lomond Campbell with Pumkinseeds Chamber Orchestra (20-22 Aug)

    Modern Studies and Lomond Campbell with the Pumpkinseeds Chamber Orchestra

    Two of the most progressive and highly regarded new Scottish acts will present their unique brand of lyrical landscape pop at SOUNDING at the Edinburgh Fringe.  Sets by Modern Studies and Lomond Campbell will be accompanied by intricate arrangements played by renowned string section The Pumpkinseeds, with additional brass and voices, in what promises to be a spectacle of contemporary indie talent.

    After the success of debut album Swell to Great (★★★★ MOJO (#19 best LP of 2016), ★★★★ Scotsman, ★★★★ List), Modern Studies will present – for the first time – material from their ambitious follow-up LP (to be released early 2018 on Fire Records).

    Lomond Campbell’s string-laden album Black River Promise (★★★★ 'sumptuous, romantic strings' Scotsman, ★★★★ ‘the arrangements are superlative’ Record Collector, ★★★★ List) will be presented in its entirety (to be re-released later this year by Heavenly Recordings)

    There will be a bar run by the Glad Cafe, and to mark the occasion Triassic Tusk is releasing a limited edition, double A side, 7” vinyl single of the two acts covering each other’s music:


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    to Aug 12


    As Bessy, the young Scottish double bass, sets of on her travels, YOU are invited to share in her adventures and meet her friends who are appearing LIVE with her!  Experience a wide variety of musical instruments up close and join in with them as we tell you Bessy’s story!”



    • Suitable for all children up to age 12
    • 11-12 Aug @11am
    • Fringe Venue 317, Stockbridge Church 

    Tickets are available from the Fringe Box Office

    • Adult £10
    • Conc £8
    • Family £7.50
    • Under 2s FREE 

    WIN a pair of tickets, click here

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