Some current and upcoming events in Penicuik and further afield
( click for the most recent events you just missed here )
Find out more about Penicuik Trust projects at the Saturday Open House in Penicuik Town Hall, at the Sunday Cinema, at Penycoe Press or at The Lost Garden. There are on-the-spot exhibitions, on-the-spot hands-on crafts sessions for kids and adults, onsite visits and more…
Penicuik Community Development Trust is responsible for the Lost Garden of Penicuik (incorporating Penicuik’s Food Project), Penicuik Open House, Penicuik Cinema , the Bankmill Project and now The Pen-y-coe Press and Old Post Office. The Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland with company number 380626 and OSCR charity number SCO37990 and Trustee Directors Roger Kelly (chair), Roger Hipkin (secretary 20A John St. Penicuik EH26 8AB), Jane MacKintosh (treasurer), Dave Stokes, Mose Hutchinson and Penny Wooding, forming part of a Managing committee with Anne-Ruth Strauss, Bill Fearnley, Caroline Maciver, Chantal Geoghegan, Chris Langdale, Daniel Baigrie, Doreen Gillon, Jane Kelly, Katie Sydes, Lynn Niven, Marianne Cortes, Marjorie Bisset, Mitch Lewis, Peter Coutts, Simon Duffy, Simon Fraser, Ulla Hipkin, elected annually at the Trust's AGM and Florance Kennedy co-opted subsequently. Paid-up Membership of over 200; Patrons: Ian Macdougall, Gerda Stevenson, Colonel Edward Cowan. Trust official Website http://www.penicuiktrust.org.uk . The Trust is a Member of Development Trusts Association Scotland (DTAS) takes part in Doors Open Day, and works with Penicuik Community Council, Penicuik High School, Beeslack High School, Midlothian Council, Midlothian Voluntary Action, the Midlothian Growing Ideas Partnership (including Midlothian Garden Services, Mayfield & Easthouses Development Trust, and other garden and food projects in Midlothian associated with the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens), and the Mapa Scotland restoration of the Great Polish Map of Scotland at Eddleston, and supported the papemaking tercentenary led by Penicuik Historical Society. There are personal and mutually supportive links with Penicuik Community, Sport & Leisure Foundation, Penicuik Community Arts Association, the Penicuik House Project, the Scottish Civic Trust and the Saltire Society, with community groups and trusts in Aberfeldy, Broughty Ferry, Gorebridge and Moffat, with Penicuik’s twin town at L’Isle-sur-la Sorgue , Vaucluse, Provence, with Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec and with the Papeterie St-Armand in Montreal.
We need your help. Working together we can all do much more for the people and places we love
THE LOST GARDEN COMES TO
POTATO DAYS 2013
ON FEBRUARY AND MARCH SATURDAYS DON’T MISS THE TRUST’S
22 VARIETIES TO SEE THIS YEAR!
AMBO. ARRAN VICTORY, BAMBINO,
Town Hall closed for Easter weekend so last Potato day on 30 March is in Valleyfield House
-through arch next to Peni Wok and down drive
One of the 100