From the late nineteenth century Dean Village hosted an artists’ studio: the Dean Studios found their home in the church that used to occupy the now-long-empty lot between Bell’s Brae and Belford Road. One of the many artists to work out of this space was Phyllis Bone (1894–1972); during her time in the Dean Studios she became the first female member of the Royal Scottish academy.
Walk the Walk are looking for amazing people to do help them do amazing things… Are you free on the 9th or 10th of June to support their Walkers at The MoonWalk Scotland? With over 30 roles available across 3 shifts, sign up now and be part of something awesome!
National Cemeteries Week runs from the 12th to the 20th of May this year; we’re participating by running two tours of Dean Cemetery. More information can be found at the National Federation of Cemetery Friends.