Bingham-Craigmillar – Pollinating Populations Walk with Annie Lord


Location: Starting from Bingham Sensory Garden

Date/Time: Sat 30 September 2pm to Sat 30 September 4pm

The Neighbouring Orchard is a living artwork by Annie Lord of 160 apple trees planted across coastal Edinburgh and East Lothian commissioned by Art Walk Projects. Join Annie to celebrate the launch of a new series of Walking Maps designed by artist David Lemm that visit a number of the planted trees.  

Walk 2: Bingham-Craigmillar – Pollinating Populations
Starting from Bingham Sensory Garden

We’ll take a leisurely walk to visit some of the apple trees, with readings by Annie along the way. We’ll consider the role of pollinators: solitary bees, wasps and moths. In an area which has recently undergone huge physical changes we pay close attention to new planting and the role of weeds. 

Everyone will take away a limited-edition handheld artwork.

Both walks are a 2-hour walk with plenty of pauses along the way. We’ll cover pavements, footpaths and some uneven ground.

View more about the Neighbouring Orchard project here

Supported by funding from Paths for All (Smarter Choices, Smarter Places fund)