Newsletter No 4, Spring 2021

The PHRP Spring 2021 Newsletter is now published . This gives a brief summary of the Project to date with some highlights and issues affecting the project due to Covid 19.The results of the survey that was carried out last summer are summarized and the actions being taken as a result of suggestions made .Some… continue reading »

Pen-y-Coe Press Building awarded grant

1-7 Bridge Street has been awarded a grant of £193,787.00 towards the cost of it’s repair and restoration . This historic building know as the Pen-y-Coe Press includes a printing works and community stationary shop on the ground floor , run by the Penicuik Community Development Trust , together with a small heritage centre with… continue reading »

Penicuik Carbon Challenge

Penicuik Community Alliance has received Climate Challenge Funding (CCF) to support Penicuik to achieve net zero carbon.Rene O’Reilly and Liz Corke are the Project Offices appointed to deliver a programme in partnership with local organisations to promote and develop initiatives to help achieve the above.The PHRP is working in partnership with the project to make… continue reading »

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