About What's On Edinburgh
The What's On Network is an independent network of websites run by daughter and mother team Leigh & Esther!
What's On East Renfrewshire was our first website which launched in 2011, this was swiftly followed by the Renfrewshire, Glasgow and Lanarkshire websites. Fast forward a few years and we now cover the majority of Central Scotland with the addition of our Stirling and Edinburgh sites. Every month we attract over 250,000 visitors looking for things to do with their spare time!
We aim to provide both local residents and visitors from further afield with friendly, up to date guides to all the latest events taking place across the region. As well as events listings we also showcase activities, places to eat out, shops and local attractions, basically a comprehensive guide to making the best of your spare time!
There's lots of ways and some very good reasons why you should get involved:
Tell us about your event...
If you're holding an event in Central Scotland then it's free to list it on the website, once it's added we'll also share it on our Facebook and Twitter pages and also post reminders as the date gets closer!
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List your business or service...
Our network gets hundreds of thousands of visitors every month, so why wouldn't you want to be included in our business directory? Plus it's free!
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If you have a business in Central Scotland and you'd like to work with the What's On Network we have fantastic advertising opportunities available...
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Get in touch
Got a question? You can email us directly hello[at]whatsonnetwork.co.uk
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