29 September 2019 (12:00 - 17:00)
A late eighteenth century farmhouse on the Craigmillar Castle estate that has been restored for the benefit of the local community after being left derelict for 17 years. It hosts a community café, training kitchen, an exhibition space/room, kitchen garden, 4 workshops used for bike, outdoors, arts and crafts and woodwork. It has an Eco-bothy being built in what used to be the old piggery and the site keeps evolving depending on what the community indicates it needs.
Bridgend Farmhouse hosts a monthly international community meal and will be displaying things in relation to its international activities and the work it does in the local and global community.
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.