30 September 2018 (11:00 - 16:00)
Late 18th century traditional farmhouse building with surrounding steadings, on Craigmillar Castle estate. Fragments of early 16c chapel remain. A hub for local farming life, long before Craigmillar and the Inch housing estates grew around it. Has been a dairy farm, pig farm, cattle farm. Left derelict for 17 years, restored with Lottery funding and reopened as community-owned hub; a place for learning, eating, nourishing of well-being and collecting of local memories.
(with thanks to Greater Liberton Heritage Project)
Year Of Young People: Recreation of what it was like to be a young person around the Bridgend community? around the mid 1950s-early 1960s. Stories, photographs, first-person accounts, board games, arts and crafts, music and food.
Bonus: woodland walk and activity, starting at farmhouse and finishing in Craigmillar Castle Park, with Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust.
Guided tours, woodland walk, lectures/talks, information leaflets/notes, re-enactments/performances, children?s activities, vintage games, visual displays, stewards/volunteers at key points, video/audio presentations, vintage musical recitals, vintage foods.?