Clermiston Tower, Corstorphine Hill Local Nature Reserve.
Clermiston Tower or the Scott Tower, is a dramatic memorial to Sir Walter Scott. Built in 1871 and situated at the highest point of Corstorphine Hill Park. This mature woodland site is a wild protected area.
At 12:00pm I shall be seated within 25 metres of the Tower. At 12:10pm we will walk (on the main path) into the wooded area for about 10 minutes.
Visit the grave of John Bellany, Artist [masked]). There is no need to place flowers, you can leave a bottle of wine, because that is what John would have liked.
There is access to Modern Art Two from the cemetery.
At 12:00pm I shall be seated on the Central path-way of the cemetery.
Built in the 15th century, in the churchyard of a 12th century (or earlier) chapel. A historic sandstone church with an octangular spire. The church is located at the heart of the Corstorphine village. At 12:00pm I shall be seated close to the entrance to the church.