Edinburgh s the capital of Scotland and one of its 32 council areas. Historically part of the county of Midlothian (interchangeably Edinburghshire before 1921), it is located in Lothian on the Firth of Forth’s southern shore. — Wikipedia
It was when the world came to Edinburgh, and Edinburgh became the world.
It may be a while before we see the massed ranks of the Edinburgh Festival Chorus in a live setting again, but their video contribution to this year’s Edinburgh International Festival is…
Obituary: Billy Hunter, Scottish International Who Made His Name as One of the ‘Ancell Babes’ at Motherwellwww.scotsman.com -
Billy Hunter, footballer. Born: 14 February, 1940 in Edinburgh. Died: 2 August, 2020 in Edinburgh, aged 80.
Robin McCormack, solicitor. Born: May 15 1940 in Edinburgh. Died: December 28 2020 in Edinburgh, aged 80
John Grant, footballer. Born: July 22 1931 in Edinburgh. Died: January 28 2021 in Edinburgh, aged 89
Christopher Davies BEMnote-0, Edinburgh. Born: November 6 1939 in Coven, Staffordshire. Died: September 23 2020 in Edinburgh
Charles Nowosielski, theatre director and actor. Born: 21 July 1953 in Edinburgh. Died: 5 May 2020 in Edinburgh, aged 66
Robert ‘Bert’ Kerr, table tennis player. Born: 4 April, 1933 in Edinburgh. Died: 7 June, 2020 in Edinburgh, aged 87,
Edinburgh Castle claimed the top spot.
Munster travel to play Leinster at Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Friday night while Edinburgh host Ulster in Edinburgh on Saturday.
Brian Carlyle Henderson, former Scotland rugby internationalist. Born: 31 January 1939 in Edinburgh. Died: 5 November 2020 in Edinburgh, aged 81
Tom McClung, former Scotland international rugby player. Born: February 14 1933 in Edinburgh. Died: October 6 2020 in Edinburgh, aged 87.