During March we published 30 different ideas, one a day for 30 days. Along the way, we told the stories of inspirational people who have seen their idea take off already:
With Blaze Basketball Club already a founding partner of The Crags, Sarah saw the potential for girls basketball to find a home at The Crags (read more).
Need a place to hang from the ceiling? Thanks to Gillian Watt, The Crags has what you need. Gillian had an idea to start aerial yoga classes in Edinburgh (read more).
Angus Calder’s idea to develop The Skelf Bike Skills Park has just what you need to access biking in the heart of the city (read more).
Cat Perry loves to dance and she wants you to love it to. Inspired to bring hip hop and street dance to the masses, Cat has found a place to grow at The Crags (read more).
Parkour is a growing movement in Edinburgh and John Hall wanted The Crags to be a part of it too. Parkour is John’s interest and he’s a coach for Access Parkour (read more).