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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 32m ago

Having a child with a serious medical condition means you go though a roller coaster of emotions, life completely changes, finances can alter and home and work life may change. Sometimes families need support and guidance to ride this wave. When my son was diagnosed with haemophilia, I remember the disbelief, anger and then acceptance roller coaster, the juggling hospital life and home.

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 1d ago

If you know leave your answer in the comment box below. I will pick a random winner from all correct entries on Tuesday morning, and they will go on to the ‘Winners wall’ for the month. At the end of the month one of those on the wall will be picked to receive a prize. The prize for May is one of my Shore tea towels, which features my ink sketch of the shore in Leith. Printed right here in...

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Twitter Art Exhibit is now in its 10th year, each one travelling to a new location and supporting a new local charity in that country. Originally set up to raise money for a local library in Norway TAE has grown through social media and this year came to Edinburgh and the Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Dalmeny Street. The charity they decided to support in Edinburgh is Art in Healthcare who visual...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 1w ago

If you know leave your answer in the comment box below. I will pick a random winner from all correct entries on Tuesday morning, and they will go on to the ‘Winners wall’ for the month. At the end of the month one of those on the wall will be picked to receive a prize. The prize for May is one of my Shore tea towels, which features my ink sketch of the shore in Leith. Printed right here in...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 2w ago

If you know leave your answer in the comment box below. I will pick a random winner from all correct entries on Tuesday morning, and they will go on to the ‘Winners wall’ for the month. At the end of the month one of those on the wall will be picked to receive a prize. The prize for April is one of my Shore tea towels, which features my ink sketch of the shore in Leith. Printed right here in...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 3w ago

If you know leave your answer in the comment box below. I will pick a random winner from all correct entries on Tuesday morning, and they will go on to the ‘Winners wall’ for the month. At the end of the month one of those on the wall will be picked to receive a prize. The prize for April is one of my Tote bags, available in four designs. Printed right here in Scotland. Each one is a machine...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 3w ago

The morning was overcast but as I started drawing in black ink the sun started to shine across the Dugald Stewart Monument with the Balmoral clock on one side and Edinburgh castle on the other. I love the view from Calton Hill, the bustling Princes Street below looks so distant but is just minutes walk away, and the numerous spires and domes that dot the skyline remind me of places visited and...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 3w ago

Granton Castle unfortunately no longer exists after it was demolished and the ground it stood on quarried in the 1920’s. The castle dated back to the late 15th century, was damaged and rebuilt in 1544, refurbished in the early 1600s and finally demolished in 1921. The Walled Garden survived and was cultivated across the centuries. Volunteers have been working since May 2017 to transform the...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 1M ago

If you know leave your answer in the comment box below. I will pick a random winner from all correct entries on Tuesday morning, and they will go on to the ‘Winners wall’ for the month. At the end of the month one of those on the wall will be picked to receive a prize. The prize for April is one of my Tote bags, available four designs. Printed right here in Scotland. Each one is a machine washable...

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EdinburghSketcher by Edinburgh Sketcher - 1M ago

Last week I finally got to take the family to see Robots, an extensive exhibition which tells the 500-year story of humanoid robots and what it means to be human. Set in five different periods and places, the exhibition explores the rich history, technology and culture of robots. From clockwork machines that could tell the time and position of the planets with regular motion to today’.

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