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Click on the event to get more information.  If you have an event or activity in Edinburgh which you want to put on the calendar email in the details.

 

Please check external event websites to confirm details and get tickets

 

Aug
6
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Aug 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Aug
9
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Aug 9 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Aug
13
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Aug 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Aug
16
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Aug 16 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Aug
20
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Aug
23
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Aug 23 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Aug
27
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Aug 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Aug
30
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Aug 30 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Sep
3
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Sep 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Sep
6
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Sep 6 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Sep
10
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Sep 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Sep
13
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Sep 13 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Sep
17
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Sep 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Sep
20
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Sep 20 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Sep
24
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Sep 24 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Sep
27
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Sep 27 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Oct
1
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Oct
4
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Oct 4 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Oct
8
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Oct
11
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Oct 11 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Oct
15
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Oct 15 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Oct
18
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Oct 18 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Oct
22
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Oct 22 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Oct
25
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Oct 25 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Oct
29
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Oct 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Nov
1
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Nov 1 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Nov
5
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Nov 5 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Nov
8
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Nov 8 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Nov
12
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Nov 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Nov
15
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Nov 15 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Nov
19
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Nov 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Nov
22
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Nov 22 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Nov
26
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Nov 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Nov
29
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Nov 29 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Dec
3
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Dec 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Dec
6
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Dec 6 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.

Dec
10
Thu
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre
Dec 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Glory and Dismay @ Adult Learning Project, Tollcross Community Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Share your football stories and memories. Build your writing skills, improve your communication skills and meet other fans through the game you love. These courses will include guest speakers, recording methods and occasional events.

The Adult Learning Project runs free courses in women’s studies, politics, economics, culture and community, literacies, the arts and community development.

Based on the philosophy and practice of educationalist and activist Paulo Freire, ALP believes in learning as part of our daily lives: things of interest, things of personal use and things to help us make our communities better and stronger. Together we can investigate the world; educate and empower ourselves and each other; learn from ‘experts’ / professionals and from people with more experience – through dialogue, on equal terms, and in a co-operative way.  

If you’re interested in getting involved or finding out more about the project, you’re welcome to come along to one of our monthly association meetings. The ALP Association is an independent body made up of adult learners and supporters of ALP. Members meet on the fourth Monday of each month at 18:45 in Tollcross Community Centre. 

alpedinburgh.btck.co.uk

Dec
13
Sun
St John’s Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children
Dec 13 @ 10:30 am
St John's Church: Sung Eucharist with activities for children @ Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for this our main service of worship. It’s followed by refreshments and we have a range of special activities available for children during the service.

St John’s is at the west end of Princes Street, in the heart of Edinburgh. It is about 10 minutes walk from either Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and many bus routes stop near to the church in Princes Street or Lothian Road. For information on reaching St John’s by public transport see Lothian Buses or Traveline Scotland.