2015 has been a great year for us at the Digital Sentinel and as the year is coming to an end we thought it would be a good idea to take a look back at our five most popular articles from the year.
Our top five articles of the year in order of views were:
Clovenstone Community Centre and Clovenstone Primary have produced a ‘Happy’ film to celebrate their 40 year anniversary in the area.
Joanna Cherry, co-founder of pro-independence group Lawyers for Yes has been selected by the SNP as their candidate for Edinburgh South West in the general election.
Consultation on proposed changes to the council ward boundaries in Edinburgh, which would see Calders and Dumbryden in a different ward from the rest of Wester Hailes, is being carried out by the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland.
There was a collection of spooky figures, a few princesses and even a superhero or two picking up litter around Clovenstone today as Clovenstone Community Centre’s after school club teamed up with Prospect and the Wester Hailes Community Council to clear up their neighbourhood!
The Wester Hailes Open Space event took place on Saturday 25 April 2015 with everyone who was there saying it was a success and that they looked forward to hearing what comes from it.
We hope you have a happy new year and look forward to bringing you more local news through 2016!
If you would like more information here is an annual report on 2015.