Sir Geoffrey Palmer Moray Talks video

Sir Geoffrey Palmer talk ‘ Don’t tear our statues down takes you on a personal journey from Jamaica to Edinburgh explaining why the facts about racism, slavery and the contribution of the Windrush migration provide the context for better interpretation of the history behind statues such as Dundas in St Andrews Square.

Ainslie Place Garden Consultation Report

Ainslie Place Garden Consultation Report: May 2022 On display on the Moray Place gardens noticeboard and at At the Ainslie Place workshop on 3 April, there was broad agreement amongst those participating for areas of low maintenance shrub/herbaceous planting to be introduced in four beds in the outer grass border.  Three participating feuars agreed … Read more

Moray Ball – tickets

Reserve now at THE MUSIC Duncan Black Band were Scottish Dance Band of the Year at the 2017 Scots Trad Music Awards, and Duncan, holder of the coveted Jimmy Shand Shield, is recognised as one of Scotland’s top accordionists.  Artisan ensemble will welcome guests with classical music. THE FOOD Barry Bryson Jack is the … Read more

Notice Annual General Meeting 2022

The AGM will take place in Moray Place Gardens in the Bicentenary marquee 6pm on Thursday 23rd June followed by a social drink for Feuars. Residents may attend but only Feuars (property owners) voting rights. Anyone wishing to vote on behalf of a Feuar should provide written authority to the secretaries at the start of … Read more


Garden Committee Member Recruitment 2022 The Moray Feu Wants You! Since the founding of the Feu in 1822, the Management Committee has been a group of volunteers elected by their fellow Feuars to oversee the care and improvement of our four Pleasure Grounds.  Now available are 3 seats out of a maximum 11 committee members. Nominations … Read more