I recently contacted Leisure and Culture Dundee about the state of the railings at Blackness Library, following residents saying that these badly need repainted.
I suggested that Community Payback could be approached to undertake this and am pleased to have now been advised that this has been agreed.
The railings will be programmed in to be completed in the spring.
The Friends of the University of Dundee Botanic Garden have organised a talk on Historic gardens of Scotland – by Sue Hewer, Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage.
Taking place in the Education Centre (pictured) in the Garden tomorrow – Sunday 9th December – at 2pm.
The talk will discuss why and how the design of gardens and landscapes changes over time and what an understanding of those changes can contribute to our knowledge of social, cultural, economic, scientific and technological history.
Tonight – Friday 7th December – at 7.30pm at Platform, Riverside Drive :
The Wighton Singers will present carols from Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales – some familiar, some not, but all worth hearing!
Admission is free (donations welcome) and places can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org