A fantastic snow filled Easter Sunday spent down on the land for our Happy Easter Egg Roll Off!!!
Searching for Beautifully painted Egg ‘Stones” along the river and taking part in some traditional Egg rolling, a fine way to celebrate Easter was had by all.
Well done to Ellie, Elly and Meg for making it all happen (and for providing some not so chocolate fuelled fun for our wee ones – some beautiful fruit filled baskets instead!)
THIS Sunday…sorry, think we said 1st March before when we meant 1st April!! Bring yer eggs to roll!! Bring a picky-nicky. Yes!! Weather forecast says light cloud and breezy, no probs, we can picnic around a fire! 12 noon, aye.
Join in at Three Hares on Sunday 1st April, 12 noon, for some egg rolling fun!
Bring a boiled egg to roll, there will be paints so you can decorate it.
Bring a picnic!
A friendly request, if you bring chocolate please keep it within your own family, thanks!
Tomorrow, Sunday 25th March 2018, we will be tackling a wee bit of gorse clearance to make way for a path that will lead down to the proposed shelter that we hope to build this summer. We will meet at 10am on the land and wrap up at about 2:30pm. Bring any gloves, tools you may prefer to use (within reason!!) and some lunch and water too. Will be a lovely, albeit slightly prickly, day!!
The weather is turning and the cooler, dark nights are drawing in. Come warm your bodies and souls with a night of dancing in Edinburgh to raise funds for Three Hares Woodland CIC.
A ceilidh to begin, with the mighty Awry (the Knockengorroch Ceilidh Band, oh yes!!)
Followed by a wee tasty chunk of freestyle wigging out to Portnawak & The Woo:
‘ a musical ensemble, playing a unique blend of gypsy folk hop, psychedelic tribal bounce music and organic punk…’
Finishing off the night with a second set from the awesome, psychegaelic Awry: ‘This is music to make you move, dream, dance or doodle, like slugging back a musical pint of the wilds of Scotland with a triple shot of space rock for a chaser’
Taking place on Friday 27th October, 7:30-11:30pm at St.Peter’s Hall, Lutton Place.
Tickets are available from http://threehares.brownpapertickets.com
Three Hares are planning some more Permaculture events and courses in the near future so watch this space for info. Until then, however, find out more about ‘Forest Gardening in Practise’ hosted by the Permaculture Community Classroom, 6th July, 6pm-8:30pm in Edinburgh. Two of the UK’s most distinguished Forest Garden experts – Tomas Remiarz and Graham Bell – will be coming to speak about and engage Edinburgh in this visionary practice. The event will also be the premier book launch in Scotland of Tomas Remiarz’s new book of the same name, ‘Forest Gardening in Practice’.
Tickets on sale now, on a donation basis. To find out more, follow this link:
Unfortunately due to the ‘dreaded lurgy’, there will be no-one to facilitate this Friday’s Tree Planting Day at Three Hares (28th April, 2017) .
HOWEVER, Saturday’s Tree Planting is going ahead as planned. (29th April, 2017)
We will start at 11am on the land.
We will, as usual, provide tea and biscuits but please bring snacks/lunch, water, appropriate outdoor clothing and footwear, and a spade if you have one!
This is an event that is NOT happening at Three Hares, but is definitely of interest so we are spreading the word!
Dr.Brian Moffat (Archaeobotanist) hosts Open Days at Soutra Aisle 2017 (site of the medieval hospital and monastery founded in 1164 and operating for approx 300 years).
Brian imparts a wealth of knowledge about medicinal plants used, plants introduced, and much more info that you won’t find on Google!!
Easter Weekend- April 15th, 16th, 17th.
May 6th (For Midlothian Heritage Week)
Summer Weekend- August 26th, 27th, 28th
2pm prompt start.
Usually lasts until 5pm-ish.
Bring warm clothes as it is an exposed windy hilltop!
Buses from Edinburgh- Perrymans 51/52
Get off at Soutra Aisle, just after Fala, and it’s a 10/15min walk from A68.
If you are interested in herbs, you’ll be into this!
Soutra Aisle: http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/lauder/soutraaisle/
Perryman’s Bus Timetable: https://www.perrymansbuses.co.uk/item/51-52
Google Maps: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/place/Soutra+Aislefirstname.lastname@example.org,-2.8927275,14z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x4887a280544eb4a7:0x323cb10bb9372fbd!8m2!3d55.8158503!4d-2.8752127