There are three Committee meetings per year, as well as the AGM. The AGM is held before the end of November each year. Keep an eye out on the NEWS page to see when the next one will be.
There is a noticeboard on the corner of Glenogle Road and Liddesdale Place.
We try and keep it interesting and updated!
Click here to join our Facebook group to exchange news and views about Glenogle Court.
The Rocheid Path is one of Edinburgh’s hidden green spaces providing pleasure and enjoyment to local residents in the Stockbridge Colonies, Canonmills and Inverleith areas as well as to visitors walking on the Water of Leith walkway.
The Friends of the Rocheid Path was founded in 2011 to promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the section of the Water of Leith river bank between the Falshaw Bridge and Canonmills.
The Stockbridge colonies are our neighbours, with a vibrant community of their own. They have events throughout the year in the area that you can find out more about on their website.
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.
Stockbridge and Inverleith Community Council
C/- Stockbridge Library
EDINBURGH EH3 5BA
tel: 0131 529 5665
If you want to know more about what you can and can't recycle, follow the link by clicking on the title.
There are recycling bins for each block, two purple glass recycling bins (located in the east and west carparks) and a grey food waste recycling bin (located in the centre of the estate - please bag your rubbish first).
AND REMEMBER - if any bin is full, you can report it to the Council and/or put your rubish and recycling in a neighbouring bin!
We have our own "Little Free Library" near us on 29 Teviotdale Place.
Take a book, leave a book and get to know more people in the process.
“They say this in the Little Free Library book, and it’s true. I’ve talked to more neighbors in the past 2 weeks than I have in the past 10 years! What a totally positive thing!”
– Mike Cornell, Steward of Library #26303