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Cramond History Walk

Date: Friday 12th April   /   Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm

Join Edinburgh Humanists on a guided walk around Cramond, led by Ian Rodger, the chair of Cramond Heritage Trust. Ian will focus on the 18th century history of the village and its buildings, leading up to the destruction of half the village in 1826 in order to “improve” the estate.

Cramond Heritage Trust Logo, depicting a black and white outline drawing of the 18th Century Village buildings with a man rowing a boat in the foreground.

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This event is open to all Humanist Society Scotland members, supporters, and anyone who shares our vision and values.

There’s a suggested donation of £3.50 per person to go towards the work of the Cramond Heritage Trust, and  to help keep The Maltings open.

Participation is at your own risk. Please dress appropriately for the Scottish weather! You may wish to bring a water bottle and snack.

Venue: The Maltings, 6 Riverside, Cramond

Hosted by Edinburgh Humanists. This free event is open to all Humanist Society Scotland members, supporters, and anyone who shares our vision and values. There is no need to book, just turn-up, but if you’d like to receive a reminder you can confirm you attendance via Edinburgh Humanists Meetup group.

The walk will start at 11am from the Trust’s Interpretation and Education centre at The Maltings, 6 Riverside, in Cramond (near the river mouth, beside the steps). (What3Words ///bucket.lasts.match). It will last for about 90 minutes but there are plenty of places to take a seat if you wish!