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Tips for moving house when pregnant

Moving house can be stressful enough, but when you’ve got a bun in the oven it becomes another matter entirely. But this is actually a surprisingly common scenario, as many house moves are actually spurred on by pregnancy. It can be frustrating to move house when you’re pregnant, but there are plenty of ways that

THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON June 16, 2016

Why is it called Edinburgh Handedness Inventory?

Aside from having a name which relates to our capital city, Edinburgh Handedness Inventory is actually quite an interesting thing. Essentially it’s a measurement scale which is used to to assess which hand a person uses. It’s basically just a short questionnaire. Why is it called the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory?  I couldn’t really figure that one

THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON May 23, 2016

4 Trickiest Driving Areas In Edinburgh

Edinburgh is synonymous with beautiful Georgian design, and nowhere is that design more apparent than when you see the various cobbled streets and roads that wind throughout the city. The cobbles certainly add to the character of Edinburgh, but they can also be make driving extremely frustrating for anyone trying to find their way around

THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON May 6, 2016

Tips For Moving House With Kids

New friends, new school and new home; moving house can be tough for kids. And although most of the stress won’t fully hit home until the move has been completed, difficulties can arise as soon as the boxes start getting packed. Seeing their whole life getting boxed up can be understandably stressful for kids, so

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The Most Expensive Areas in Edinburgh

At Guardian, we carry out Edinburgh removals for a wide range of commercial and industrial properties across the whole of the city, and we have a pretty great knowledge of the city. One thing that always catches our eye is the huge amount of expensive houses and properties that we see around the city (and

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THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON April 3, 2016

The Story of Greyfriars Bobby

The story of Greyfriars Bobby is a legendary Scottish story, which is entirely true. Greyfriars Bobby was a Skye Terrier who became known in 19th-century Edinburgh for spending 14 years guarding the grave of its owner until he died himself on 14 January 1872. The story continues to be well known in Scotland, through several books and films. A prominent commemorative

THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON March 7, 2016

Edinburgh International Climbing Arena

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THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON April 5, 2015

Why we love The Cameo Cinema

This is our tribute to one of the best and the oldest cinema in Edinburgh, The Cameo! The Cameo is an Edinburgh cinema which started life as the King’s Cinema on 8 January 1914 and is one of the oldest cinemas in Scotland still in use. Since becoming the Cameo in 1949, it has had a tradition of showing art house films. From 1949

THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON April 1, 2015

Glenfinnan Monument

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THIS ENTRY WAS POSTED IN Uncategorized ON April 15, 2014