Here are links to some of the other organisations in and around Balerno. Click on the organisation to reach their website.
Harmeny School, Balerno specialise in working with children who have significant additional support needs which impact on their social, emotional and behavioural development.
Harlaw Hydro Limited, a community venture that has installed and is operating a micro-hydroelectric scheme out of Harlaw Reservoir.
Balerno Community Council, the name speaks for itself.
Balerno Village Trust (BVT) is a Development Trust initiated by Balerno Community Council. It aims to encourage community self help and working in partnership with other local organisations to stimulate and encourage community activity.
Balerno Music Festival, initiated by the Balerno Village Trust in 2008 to bring people into the heart of the village, is now an annual event.
The Balerno Children’s Gala takes place each year around the end of May and is a fantastic community event arranged for, and on behalf of, the children and families of Balerno.
Balerno High School is local community high school.
St Mungo’s, our sister church in Balerno, is part of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Balerno Bowling Club is situated in the heart of the village.
Firmly planted in Balerno is Currie Rugby Club.
Balerno Theatre Company originated in Balerno – they used to be the Balerno Songsters.
Balerno Village Screen, is a community cinema, in South West Edinburgh, offering free cinema admission. It is funded by donations.
Pentland Singers, a community choir now over 30 years old, it practices in Balerno Parish Church.
C&B News – an excellent community newspaper serving Currie, Balerno, Juniper Green Baberton & Colinton