Here’s some photos of things that other people want you to know.
The Dog Watch
Some anonymous people are setting up an email newsletter for local pet lovers. To sign-up they want you to email: email@example.com
Open Air Youth Club
The council is running open air youth clubs in King George V Park and Victoria Park. They’re very exciting. You can tell by the number of exclamation marks in the poster.
In St Marks Park, Craigroyston have got a series of pre-season games lined up.
On the side of a development by Port of Leith Housing Assocation next to the Water of Leith, there’s some planning graffiti. You don’t see that very often.
It’s an interesting coincidence that The Port of Leith Housing Association objected to the Biomass plant, just like the person who wrote the graffiti, so it will be interesting to see how quickly they remove it.
Fit As A Monkey
On Leith Links, there’s a few new fitness clubs starting up. There’s the one above, which seems determined to transform as many of Leith’s fertile women folk into monkeys, and there’s this one:
According to the organisers of the Sensation Bootcamp, “It is as much fun as it sounds.” Quite.
Feel free to send us your photos of neighbourhood notices.