Annual General Meeting
This year’s AGM will be held on Tuesday 5 March, 7.30 pm, at The Corstorphine Astoria Centre, Kirk Loan. Doors open at 7.00 pm.
As it is several years since subscription rates were revised, the Executive Committee has been reviewing them and the Treasurer will table a proposal to the AGM.
On completion of business, tea and coffee will be served and you will have a chance to view the renovations at the hall and progress made on the renovation of the organ.
Corstorphine Astoria Centre, 18 Kirk Loan
At the end of 2017, The Corstorphine Trust took a long term lease of the Kirk Loan Hall from The Old Parish Church.
It has been renamed The Corstorphine Astoria Centre and, in the coming months, will be the new home of the 2/4 Ingram organ that was used in the Astoria Cinema (now the site of Iceland). The Trust have undertaken to restore the Ingram to its former glory.
In the meantime, the hall has been fully refurbished, is available for hire and our shiny new website has been published (www.corstorphineastoriacentre.co.uk).
To find out more about availability of the hall, a potted history of the cinema and the organ, take a look at our website.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Centre soon.
The Corstorphine Story by Alison MacKintosh
Copies of The Corstorphine Story are still available. You can order a copy by clicking on this link or by sending a cheque or postal order, made payable to ‘The Corstorphine Trust’, for the amount of £14.95 per copy (book price £10.00 plus £4.95 postage and packing) to The Corstorphine Trust, St Margaret’s Park, Edinburgh EH12 7SX.
To view the latest Trust Talk please click on the following links. You will need Adobe installed on your computer to view it. Go to http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/ and install it for free.
Looking for something new?
Are you looking for a new hobby or want to find out what’s happening in the local community? Then take a look at the diary on our Activities/Room Hire page. Click on each of the rooms listed and you’ll see how many different groups currently use the House.
If you’d like more information about any of the groups then please get in touch.