She defied instruction from the War Office to return from the frontline, was lauded by Churchill as a heroine that “will shine in history”, was a staunch advocate of women’s rights and now a memorial to Elsie Inglis will be unveiled in her home city on the 100th anniversary of her death.
LIVE music, traditional dance an the burning of effigies along with a firework display are set to bring the Calton Hill alive this weekend when more than 3000 people are expected to enjoy the Scottish Indian Arts Forum’s (SIAF) celebration of Dusherra.
MAISIE of Morningside returns to Abbeyhill this weekend. There’s also a treasure hunt, live music and more than 60 artists showcasing their work in their own homes. All of which can mean but one thing, it’s time for the Abbeyhill Colony of Artists 12th Annual Exhibition.