City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh Cycle Fair

After a hugely successful launch back in April, Velow Bikeworks and Out of the Blue are excited to host the next Edinburgh Cycle Fair at the Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Sunday 21st October.

Festival of Social Enterprise

Two days of live bands, food stalls, kids workshops, and socialising in Princes Street Gardens.

The Contemporary Craft and Design Fair, Handmade Edinburgh 17

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Following its success last year, the contemporary craft and design Fair, "Handmade in Britain" returns to The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh from Friday 27th to Sunday 29th October, 10am to 6pm daily.

Waldorf Astoria & Walker Slater Fashion Show - Autumn-Winter 2017/2018 Collection

from Walker Slater - Autumn/Winter 2017/18 collection.

The passion of creating clothing comes from the idea that if they are stylish, yet practical and robust, they allow you to be carelessly elegant and have confidence to look good. Paul Walker

Life & Style Edinburgh

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This new lifestyle and fashion event, organised by Essential Edinburgh, takes place across the three floors of George Street's Royal Society building.

Jan de Vries Health Festival

Jan de Vries naturopathic health store celebrates its first year anniversary in Edinburgh's West End with a week of tastings, free samples and friendly advice.

A Spoonful of Vintage

A Spoonful of Vintage celebrates its fifth birthday with a fantastic line-up of hand-picked, authentic vintage traders.

Edinburgh Wedding Fair

For those planning their big day, the Edinburgh Wedding Fair brings a host of different exhibitors together under one roof, offering advice, inspiration, and offers.

Summerhall Christmas Market

Summerhall taps into local arts and crafts with its annual Christmas Market on the second weekend of December.

Edinburgh's Christmas Spreads Across the City

Street of Light - George St

Edinburgh’s Christmas, the capital’s official Christmas programme, is spreading the drama and lights across the city centre this year.