24 September 2017 (11.00-15.00)
Bridgend Farmhouse and outbuildings sit within a walled site and date from the late 18th century. It was built with rubble walls and pantile roofs, although the farmhouse roof was later replaced with slates. Bridgend was originally a dairy farm with grazing in the low-lying irrigated meadows. It became a pig farm prior to being sold to Edinburgh City Council. It is currently undergoing restoration to be turned into a centre for the community.