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Upward Mobility is a registered Scottish charity working in Edinburgh and the Lothian’s providing innovative, educational workshops and personalised support for people with learning and other complex disabilities.  Our goal is to promote the self-confidence and social welfare of our students through assistance to engage with meaningful and progressive educational activities, aiding their development of practical, social and life skills and their ability and confidence to participate more fully in society.

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Back from the Neverending Glen…

The artists and production team are finally back and rested up after this year’s truly outstanding Kelburn Garden Party.  Our warmest thanks go out to everyone involved who worked tirelessly to make this magical art trail a reality!

Returning for it’s second year, The Neverending Glen took guests on a surreal, enchanting more

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THE WEE THEATRE : Workshops & Edinburgh Palette Celebration Do

The Wee Theatre on the ground floor has had a big make over: with a fresh lick of  paint in both performance and backstage rooms, its new black out panels for the windows and of course, its hand made bright and gorgeous cushions, it is ready for action!

We thank everyone who contributed to make the theatre a more child friendly space.

JULY WORKSHOPS Reminders: more

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‘Space to Sit’ Lunchtime event in St Margaret’s Garden

On Wednesday 27 July from 12 to 1pm pop over to the far corner of the St Margaret’s House car park, where we ran the consultation workshop last year. We’d love your help to re-home seats from ‘Space To Sit’ and have chat on what you would like to see happening in the garden.

So bring your ideas and tools along if you would like to join us, it would be lovely to see you for a cup of tea! more

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