Toddler Martians 10 – 11:30. Main hall.

During School term times but usually on at mid-term Play group for pre-school toddlers and their carers. Staffed by volunteers (Contact Penny Allen .

Gorgie Dalry Toy Library 10 – 11:30. Main hall.

Operates in conjunction with Toddlers. Contact Stuart Campbell (email

GSAcademy of Dance. 1630 – 1845. Small Hall.

Gayle Strachen.


Good Morning Gorgie

A social activities group that meets every Tuesday between 10 and 12:30. There is disabled access and it is a free service.  It is for over 55’s. Tea, coffee, biscuits followed by various activities and finishing up with a lunch which is home made soup and crusty bread. No need to prebook, just turn up for a warm welcome.

The Welcoming 1000 to 1200. Small Hall.

The Welcoming is a Scottish charity dedicated to supporting asylum seekers, refugees and migrants in Edinburgh. We do this by: Supporting New Scots to learn English, find jobs and access local services. Offering opportunities for friendship, sustainable living, creativity, health and well-being. Connecting locals and New Scots through social and cultural exchange. Collaborating with others to share knowledge and influence positive change. To find out more please visit our website at

Enable Scotland

Our aim as a national charity supporting the needs of children, young people and adults who have a learning disability. Our remit is the development of independent travel skills at the heart of our project. Learning these skills can be the gateway to a vast array of experiences and learning.

Colla Castellera Edinburgh 1830 – 2030. Main hall.

Castells is a Catalan tradition which gathers local communities into Colles (teams) and consists in building different human towers. It is about teamwork and social cohesion; people of all ages, from grandpas to grandchildren, of all heights and constitutions, all gathering together to achieve a common goal. For more information contact Laia Gazpio

Li Shi 1830 – 2000. Small Hall

Alex Campbell


Health All Round 2pm. Main Hall


The Welcoming 1400 – 1600. Lower Hall.

Details Tuesday 1000.


Tango Dancing

Authentic Argentine Tango at SMCRC is led by Dance Artist Ani Tchakmakdjian. We have Classes, Practice Sessions and Special Events. Total beginners and all are very welcome. You can come with or without a partner. This is Tango made easy, taught in a fun, relaxed, supportive environment with a very friendly group, so you learn all the basics and more to get you dancing with confidence at the many social dance evenings Edinburgh has to offer. To get in touch with Ani Tchakmakdjian you can find her on Facebook, email or call her on 07779 612769.


GSAcademy of Dance  1020 – 1335. Small Hall

Gayle Strachen.


St Martin’s Episcopal Church 10 – 11-30 Main hall

Family Eucharist. Rev John Vincent

Club Belly Dance 1300 – 1600. Meeting Room

We are a women’s group that chat, drink tea and belly dance. We meet monthly and pay a small fee 3.50, this does change depending on how many members turn up . Contact


Spokes Edinburgh Bicycle Campaign

Spokes is a voluntary organisation, founded in 1977, now with over 1000 members.
We aim to promote cycling as a form of everyday transport, such as for work, shopping and leisure;
and to persuade councils and government to provide cycling conditions which are safe and welcoming.
Website: or Email:

Gorgie Collective

A volunteer-led arts and cultural group running free art workshops and creative activities for adults based in and around Gorgie-Dalry. You can find out more about Gorgie Collective’s work, download a map of the Gorgie Street Art Sculpture Trail, and register for email updates about free arts events running in our community via website: www.

St Martins Art Show

Display some of your work in our 18th annual Art Exhibition at St Martin’s Community Resource Centre. We hope the exhibition will showcase the wide range of artistic talent from those who live, work or worship in the local area. 28th August – 3rd September 2022
If you wish to enter any exhibits please contact Lynn Dailly by email or by telephone 0131 444 2233