What would you like to see at Harlaw House Visitor Centre?
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We would like your advice and comments on what could improve your experience when you visit Harlaw in the Pentlands, and what might encourage you to visit more often.
Harlaw House Visitor Centre, near the Harlaw car-park and reservoir in the Pentland Hills, currently provides some services including: public toilets, an exhibition about wildlife and nature in the Pentlands, and a wildlife garden managed by Friends of the Pentlands. Friends of the Pentlands also facilitate access for users of wheelchairs and mobility scooters. It is used as a base by the Rangers and voluntary groups including the Malleny Anglers Association, who provide volunteer water bailiffs. Vanilla Pod, a popular kiosk, serves take-away food on busier days, and there is a proposal to make room for a cafe inside the building.
We are Balerno Village Trust, a local charity and development trust led by volunteers, and we are interested in leasing Harlaw House from the City of Edinburgh Council to improve the building and develop the range of services there. We aim to work with other community organisations which are active around Harlaw, and we'd value your feedback on Harlaw House.
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