Things to do in Kirknewton

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Things to Do in Kirknewton

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  • Anco M
    Aberdeen, UK689 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We wanted something different to do with the 4 of us whilst staying in Edinburgh. We ended up pottery painting at Potter Around. Slightly remote, this is a lovely place offering pottery painting but also pottery full stop. A very nice place where we spent 1-1.5 hour.
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • Klav67
    Edinburgh, UK44 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A group of 10 of us arrived yesterday for a 30th birthday before a night out in Edinburgh. Good location, 4 great battle 'maps' and games. Great prices for extra paintballs. No issues with any of the equipment or PPE supplied. Top information from Sandy who clearly knows his stuff given his own paintballing experience, aided by his son who was a good lad aswell. Would definitely return and also highly recommend to anyone thinking about doing paintballing. Cheers!
    Written November 15, 2015
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  • James M
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Just returned to Ireland from our mates stag weekend. On the Saturday we went to Mad Max and had an absolute ball competing in the "Highland Games". Ben and Jack took our booking in advance and could not have been more helpful. The staff on the day kept the craic going and we would recommend Mad Max to anyone. Party on dudes. We used Coach Hire Edinburgh to get there on Mad Max advice, Candice and Dean were brilliant . Whole thing 10 out of 10.
    Written June 5, 2023
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  • bigglesStrathaven
    Glasgow, UK702 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The church is at the entrance to Dalmahoy country club,small but beautiful.THE grounds of the country club surround the charch ,go up to the hotel park and walk back to see the lovely interior .
    Written April 8, 2019
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  • Paul Kapke
    Jarrow, UK577 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Made the 4 mile drive from Wooler to pay my respects to the allied airmen who lost their lives in World War 2 flying from nearby Millfield airbase. Their graves are all together and it is so sad to see the ages of them, age indeed will not weary them. It was 18.00 when we arrived and i tried the church door, sure enough it was open and on entering there are some beautiful stain glass windows, some modern ones for the airmen and one for the social campaigner Josephine Butler who is buried just outside the church tower. So much history within this little church, much of which i will now have to read up on. If you are nearby and have an interest in history then pay a visit.
    Written June 15, 2015
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  • thetravellingmanUk
    uk9,501 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    My wife and I came across the Camps Viaduct last Saturday whilst doing a bit of exploring within Almondell and Calderwood Country Park.
    The Camps Viaduct was built in 1885. The railway was known as the Camps Branch of the North British Railway and served the oil works at Pumpherston and Uphall. The railway line closed in 1956.
    All track has gone now, but today it is a pathway, used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
    We walked up to, and over the viaduct. It immediately became apparent to us, due to its narrow width, that when in use it would have been a single track line only.
    The viaduct has nine spans, and reaches a height of 75 feet above the water, thus allowing for some breathtaking views and splendid photographic opportunities from the top.
    Written September 5, 2017
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