Friends Of Inverleith Park
Inverleith Park is regularly used by large numbers of people from the local community, from around Edinburgh, from all over Scotland and overseas. People come to the park for all sorts of reasons: to get a great view of the Edinburgh skyline, to play with their children, walk their dogs, play sport and to watch the Edinburgh Festival Fireworks.
Here's a list of groups involved in maintaining, policing, supporting & using the park:
City of Edinburgh Council
Some parts of the Parks Department are based in Inverleith Park Depot (next to the playground) with offices in the original farmhouse of the Inverleith Estate. The depot is the base for the Forestry department and Grounds Maintenance Department responsible for amongst other things, cutting the grass and hedges. The allotment officer, Ian Woolard is now based in Waverly Court.
The N.W Localities Park Manager is Ritchie Fraser email@example.com
The Park Rangers are:
Jennifer Johnstone firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona Underhill email@example.com
Michael Jump: firstname.lastname@example.org
The police have specialist Community Beat Officers based at Drylaw police station for the Inverleith neighbourhood which includes Inverleith Park. They can be contacted by telephone: 101 (24 hours) or by email: edinburghinverleithCPT@scotland.pnn.police.uk
The Stockbridge and Inverleith Community Council (Edinburgh),exists to ascertain, co-ordinate and express the views of the Stockbridge & Inverleith Community to Local Government and Public Authorities.
The Cockburn Association is a 144 year old Scottish Charity which works to promote the conservation and enhancement of Edinburgh's landscape and historic and architectural heritage, and encourage high quality contemporary design for buildings that blend with and enhance their surroundings.
The Inverleith Society was founded in 1975 to encourage the preservation and improvement of the Inverleith district of Edinburgh. It is an amenity society, not a formal Community Council, but enjoys good links with local Councillors and Council officials.
Inverleith Park adjoins two historic international sports venues:
Edinburgh Academical Rugby Club - site of the first ever rugby international match.
Home of the Scotland cricket team, as well leading Scottish hockey, tennis and squash teams.
The park itself is home to several other sports clubs which are open to the general public, including:
Edinburgh Northern Rugby Club. From our home in Inverleith park, ENRFC offer quality rugby for all standards along with great craic. Training Tuesday & Thursday evenings @ 6.30.
East of Scotland Cricket Association eastleague.org.uk
Drummond Trinity Cricket Club email@example.com
Meet every Tuesday and Thursday night from April until October , Wednesday afternoons and there is always an organised competition of some sort on Sunday afternoons more or less all year round.
A group of model boat enthusiasts from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines who like nothing better than building and sailing our craft. Our members specialities range from high speed racing craft through sailing vessels warships, commercial ships to fully functioning submarines.
Inverleith Model Yacht Club originally founded in 1887 as the Edinburgh & Leith Model Yacht Club, the club has sailed continuously up to the present.
Inverleith Park Arboretum Place Edinburgh, Midlothian EH3 5NY, United Kingdom
0131 343 2740
Runs take place on Sundays – for times check out the website parkrun.org.uk/inverleith-juniors
Edinburgh Leisure manage the pitch rentals and the pavilion
7 Arboretum Place, Edinburgh EH3 5NY
0131 343 2740