The three-day Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Festival 2019/2020 embellishes the tried-and-tested formula with a mix of ceilidhs, concerts, and a DJ heading up th
Children's events and activities
The New Year's Day Tri-athlon falls during the annual Edinburgh's Hogmanay programme - a fun or serious, open competition involving a swim, a bike race, and a run. Organisers say that around a third of competitors are "triathlon virgins".
As in previous years, the 2019 Torchlight Procession opens the annual Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations with around 8,000 torchbearers creating a "river of fire" down the Royal Mile. Last year saw around around 40,000 people come out for the event, to watch and take part.
Diwali is a five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world.
Scottish Love in Action (SLA), the charity helping destitute children in India, hosts two "tartantastic" Guy Fawkes fireworks extravaganzas on Sunday the 3rd November at George Watson's Rugby Ground at Myreside Road, Edinburgh.
Tickets for these annual fireworks displays usually sell out well in advance. This year’s Firework Extravaganzas is Spire Edinburgh Hospitals and proceeds go to a good cause.
The year 2019 will be the tenth year that the palatial estate home in West Lothian has hosted its spectacular annual Bonfire Night fireworks display.
This year's anniversary fireworks event includes music and dancing, cake, food stalls and a large bonfire.
The evening concludes with a grand finale of fireworks set to music.
Gates open for arrivals from 4pm until 6pm, the firework display takes place at approximately 6.30pm and the evening concludes at 8pm.
There is ample free parking for cars.
From babies in arms to active toddlers, they all sit wide-eyed staring up at this whimsical man and his silly behaviour. This simple yet effective piece expl
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