Local links

Harlaw Hydro – A new Cooperative, an Industrial Provident Society set up for the benefit of the community, established to install and operate a micro-hydro scheme at Harlaw.

Harmeny School, Balerno specialise in working with children who have significant additional support needs which impact on their social, emotional and behavioural development.  Click on the link for more information.

Balerno Community Council, the name speaks for itself, click on the link for more information.

Balerno Village Screen, a local initiative that screens top class movies right here in Balerno.

Balerno Village Trust (BVT) is a Development Trust which aims:

  • To encourage community self help
  • To set up community enterprises
  • To act in partnership with all local organisations
  • To be open and accountable

It is BVT that organises the farmers market each month, that initiated Sustain Balerno and also created Harlaw Hydro.
Click on the link for more information.

Balerno Folk Club meets most months on the last Tuesday in the function room of Balerno Bowling

Balerno Parish Church, the local Church of Scotland at the heart of the community.  For more details click on the link.

The Balerno Childrens Gala takes place each year around the end of May and is a fantastic community event arranged for, and on behalf of, the children and families of Balerno.  For more details click on the link.

Balerno High School is local community high school, click on the link for more information.

For details of the Rotary Club of Currie Balerno’s aims, achievements and activities click on the link.

St Mungo’s, The local Scottish Episcopal Church. For more details click on the link.

Balerno Bowling Club is situated in the heart of the village. For more details click on the link.

Firmly planted in Balerno is Currie Rugby Club. Click on the link for more details.

Kirknewton Development Trust – working in our neighbouring community to improve Kirknewton