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Burns Night Community Ceilidh

Tuesday 13th January at 11:45am

Back by popular demand we are delighted to announce that the Burns night community ceilidh will happen again on Saturday 24th January from 5 - 9.30pm at Royston Wardieburn Community Centre.

Eat Better Feel Better

Thursday 8th January at 1:10pm

We are very pleased to have hosted the lauch of the Scottish Government's new Eat Better Feel Better campaign today.  It’s great to have a Scottish government campaign that complements and supports the work that community food and health projects like us are already doing.  Pilton has a wealth of local community food projects that link together through the

Adult Counselling List Re-opened

Monday 5th January at 11:05am

After a period of closure, our Adult Counselling Service waiting list has now re-opened.  If you are aged over 16 years of age and live in the North Edinburgh Area (Pilton, Muirhouse, West Granton, Royston and Wardieburn) and would like to receive counselling here at PCHP please contact us on 0131 551 1671.

Merry Christmas!

Wednesday 17th December at 10:49am

Have a very Merry Christmas!  We wish you a peaceful and healthy new year.

The Health Project will be closed from 2pm on Friday 19th December until 9am Monday 5th January.

Here are some useful contact details while we are closed:

NHS 24 - emergency out of hours care - call 111 - www.nhs24.com

Lots to celebrate at PCHP's AGM

Tuesday 11th November at 12:49pm

PCHP celebrates at its 30th AGM tomorrow from 10.30 - 12.30 at our offices on Boswall Parkway.

Over the past 30 years the Project has had its ups and downs, but has been a consistent presence in the community, working with local people to find ways to improve health in the area.

During the meeting on Wednesday we will celebrate some of our key work, looking back and looking forward to things to come.

Pilton Community Health Project volunteers 'walk' away with an Award!

Tuesday 4th November at 3:32pm

Pilton Community Health Project walking volunteers have received an award from the Scottish charity Paths for All.

Good Food for All - do we have the ingredients for a well-fed north Edinburgh?

Tuesday 4th November at 3:27pm

We are planning a one day community discussion around Food Poverty on Monday 1st December 2014 from 9.30am-2.30pm.  It will take place at West Pilton Neighbourhood Centre
(19 West Pilton Grove, EH4 4BY).

We aim to explore how we can work together to tackle food poverty in the area.

At this event you will get the chance to:

Good Food Nation

Tuesday 9th September at 4:11pm

The Scottish Government is currently consulting on the content of its new food policy for Scotland.  PCHP really encourages local groups and individuals to respond to the document.  You can see it here.

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