Gorebridge Community Development Trust manages various short and long term projects that support the community in Gorebridge. Projects are delivered by our own staff team augmented by volunteers from our 200 member database. The Trust’s facilities at Number 58 provide a base from where our partners are able to deliver their own services to the community.
Forest Families is a creative project set up to allow families of children between 4 years upwards, to explore their curiosity, learn and experience the enriching and creative potential of natural spaces, woodlands and the outdoors, read more
Gorebridge Community Development Trust is in the process of developing a multi-purpose community hub. The hub will replace the old Brown Building providing a much needed fit for purpose community building, read more
Gorebridge Circular Walk
Gorebridge Community Development Trust has worked in partnership with Gorebridge and District Environmental Group to develop a circular walk around Gorebridge, read more and download map
The Gorebridge Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme has been developed and funded by Midlothian Council and Historic Scotland with support from the Gorebridge Community Development Trust, read more
Gorebridge Community Action Plan
Following extensive community consultation The Gorebridge Locality Plan was published in April 2015.
The plan identifies the main priorities by the community and a strategy for community action.
read more and download the plan
Gorebridge Community Development Trust was awarded a climate challenge fund grant of £46,000 for a transport themed project in May 2016, read more
The Borders Railway
On the 4th of September 2015, for the first time since early 1969, a passenger service started from Edinburgh to the Scottish Borders, passing and stopping at Gorebridge Station, read more
Newbyres Community Garden
Working with our partners at the Gorebridge and District Environmental Group we undertook a major landscaping project at the Newbyres Castle site, read more
Have you ever wondered what’s behind the big windows of number 58 Main Street? This page aims to explain it all, read more
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