Where Could the Money Go in North East Edinburgh?

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Find out more about the projects and cast your three votes for who you think should receive funding in North East Edinburgh

North East includes, Leith, Portobello , Newcraighall and part of Craigmillar. If you are not sure which area you live in, check  use the tool on the Edinburgh Council website

A.R.T.s Afternoon - Make Some Noise!


This project will offer young people a chance to be part of a band of drummers…all you need to do is come along! No previous musical experience required, no auditions, no charge for the group...and we will bring the drums!This is about making music, having fun and performing. This is an opportunity to show what young people can do when given the opportunity. So come on North-West… MAKE SOME NOISE!!

Cavalry Park Sports Club - Provision of Sporting Activities Our Project


Provides opportunities for Children and Young People to Participate in Sporting Activities (currently Football, Badminton and Volleyball) in both competitive and non-competitive formats helping to improve their social development and skills.  

Circus Alba Ltd. - Aerial Performance Summer Camp


Young aerialists from Circus Alba’s development troupe will host a week long Performance Development bootcamp in the Summer holidays for young people in the aerial community who want to give their existing skills a boost and create performances! Working with an experienced circus director over a week, young aerialists will have the chance to turn their performance ideas into an act. Open to under 25s in the aerial community.

Citadel Youth Centre - Friday Night Games Club


Come down to the Citadel Youth Centre for our Games Club, where you can play computer games on our Nintendo Switch, Xbox One S and PCs, and vote on which new games we get! You can meet new friends, take part in computer games quizzes or games tournaments and get involved in workshops .We go on fun trips such as the E-VR virtual reality arcade, Glasgow Science Centre, retro games arcades and even a gaming convention in Glasgow!

Craigentinny Community Centre - Extreme Summer Fun


Bored during the Summer Holidays? Come along to Craigentinny Centre and try some awesome outdoor activities chosen by young people. The programme on offer will include White Water Rafting, Wakeboarding, Over Water Assault Course, East Links Park, and Indoor Karting all FREE of Charge. Challenge yourself; make new friends, have fun!

People Know How - A Game of the Unknown


Ever wondered what science has got to do with you? As well as the usual things at a youth club - games, activities, refreshments and workshops you'll discover the fun side of science. Boring - never!!! You'll get to decide upon the science topics you want to explore; supported by volunteers, and scientists from Edinburgh. Over a year you will be involved with hands on science experiments, you'll find out about careers in science; and have plenty of practice putting on demonstrations for people. This project will collaborate with Leith Labs project run by the Science Ceilidh. Do come and join us for our science sessions to show your creativity!

Pilmeny Youth Centre -Fit-4-Fun


We currently facilitate two Friday projects,with an emphasis on sports and healthy lifestyle activities. Our session attendance numbers have outgrown the space. Young people have expressed a keen interest in assisting our session staff to establish an additional weekly session, exclusively aimed at sports provision, with sessions to be held at the larger games hall at Pilrig Park Special Needs School, local to the youth centre. We facilitated a “pilot” project at this venue from Monday evening’s 6.30pm to 8pm from Jan – June 2017, named ZONE+. ZONE+ closed due to lack of funds. Our young people have expressed the need to re-establish the project.