This page contains links to websites of organisations whose interests are similar to ours
The Organisation works closely with the Regional Park although the Organisation’s area of interest extends well beyond the Park’s boundaries. The Park’s new website, which was launched in February 2005, provides a comprehensive and interesting overview on the Regional Park. Browse and enjoy!
The Colinton Amenity Association is a voluntary organisation whose main aim is to preserve and enhance the amenity of Colinton.
Scottish Natural Heritage’s mission is to work with Scotland’s people to care for our natural heritage.
The Scottish Rights of Way and Access Society has been working to safeguard rights of way for over 150 years. Its objects include the preservation, defence, restoration and acquisition of public rights of access for the public benefit over land in Scotland, including public rights of way.
Working for a Scotland rich in wildlife enjoyed by all
Ramblers Scotland is the representative body for walkers in Scotland. Its overall aim is to encourage walking and public understanding of the outdoors.
The RSPB works to secure a healthy environment for birds and wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all.
The Water of Leith is an important recreation, wildlife and education resource for the City of Edinburgh and the Trust is the only organisation solely dedicated to its conservation and enhancement.”
This site has a map of a network of paths centred around West Linton, Romanno Bridge, Blyth Bridge, Carlops and Newlands for you to download.
Balerno Village Trust are a Development Trust covering Balerno and and surrounding districts
The Balerno Ramblers are part of the Lothian and Borders Area of the Ramblers Association Scotland. They cover Balerno, Currie and the surrounding area.