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The local area guide to living in Newbridge

Conveniently located for travel throughout Midlothian council as well as international travel, Newbridge is a village within Kirkliston parish. It’s perched just on the border of Midlothian and the City of Edinburgh, and sits very close to the international airport. Newbridge is often grouped together with neighbouring Ratho Station. Together, the population of these two small villages was 1,074 at the time of the 2011 census. This quiet residential area offers residents a number of services, including bank branches, a bowling club, and several hotels due to its location near the airport. All of the attractions of Edinburgh’s city centre are within easy reach, yet Newbridge offers the atmosphere of a smaller village, set amidst the Midlothian countryside.

Information about the local residents

The majority of residents in Newbridge fall into the 30-59 age range, with 39 being the average age. There is also a high percentage of young children, indicating that the area is popular with families. Top occupation groups or social grades include higher and intermediate managerial, administrative, or professional roles. Supervisory positions were also common at the time of the 2011 census.

Nearby schools

Hillwood Primary School serves the residents of both Newbridge and Ratho Station. Nicknamed ‘the small school with the big heart,’ Hillwood offered 3 primary classes and 1 nursery class during the 2014-2015 academic year. The school puts an emphasis on outdoor play and learning, with a sports pitch, garden area, and picnic tables. Secondary students attend Craigmount High School, a non-denominational secondary school positioned between Drum Brae, East Craigs, and Corstorphine. In the most recent inspection report listed by Education Scotland, Craigmount rated ‘good’ or ‘very good’ in most areas, including its curriculum and ability to meet learning needs.

Getting around

Located just a mile outside of Edinburgh’s main airport terminal, Newbridge is often a hub of transportation activity. Most residents of Edinburgh have driven around the Newbridge roundabout at some point, and it’s considered to be one of the busiest junctions in all of Scotland. The major M8 and M9 motorways meet here at this roundabout, and there is also an underpass for traffic to keep moving between the two motorways without using the roundabout. Motorists can use the A8 dual carriageway to get into Edinburgh’s city centre from Newbridge. It’s approximately a half hour’s journey to get to the Royal Mile or Waverley Train Station. Residents can access national rail services here.

There are also public bus services in Newbridge, operated by First buses. All three lines start in Edinburgh, passing through Newbridge on the way to destinations including Livingston, Bathgate, and Linlithgow. Lothian Buses also provide service to Edinburgh. When the Edinburgh Tram is completed, Newbridge will serve as the western terminus for Line 2.

This neighbourhood is situated in a very convenient location for those accessing the Edinburgh International Airport.

Local shops

Residents of Newbridge will find a range of retail shops both large and small. Shops include Grove Bedding as well as Gran’s Trunk Shop, a quirky antique store. There’s a cluster of car dealerships in Newbridge, including Edinburgh’s ‘Luxury Car Village’ which sells BMW, Volkswagen, Toyota, and other big brand names. Due to its status as a transportation hub, there are a number of services available for motorists passing through including a convenience store, petrol station, McDonald’s restaurant, and Greggs.

More substantial supermarkets can be found in nearby Broxburn and Ratho Station, where there’s a Scotmid. Ratho Station also houses the nearest GP surgery and more retail outlets. Residents can take advantage of the nearby countryside with a visit to Craigie’s Farm Shop and Café, just a 12-minute drive. Here you’ll find freshly sourced meat and produce along with regular events.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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