Carols £295.12

Our thanks to Linda and Alistair Kirkwood for hosting the carol singers who were welcomed in from the freezing starry night with hot gluyvein and mince pies.Their choice of charity is the East Lothian Foodbank and we collected £295.12.

This I will pass to Jimmy Raitt their Treasurer after I have banked the cash and issued a cheque.

Seasons Greetings to all and well done Barry for the arrangements.

Fred Lawson

Treasurer

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Carol singing reminder

Dear village residents

Just a quick reminder about our carol singing event on Saturday 16th December and I hope we can have a really strong turn out this year.

Please come and join us and bring along anyone you can get your hands on.

Please see the important safety information for the evening from Chairman Barry Turner.

Best regards  Bill.

 

INVERESK VILLAGE SOCIETY CAROL SINGING REMINDER

The village carol singing will take place this Saturday (16th).  Meet at 6pm opposite the village notice board.  Refreshments at No 8 Carberry Road after the event.

This year the event will be covered by the Society’s insurance policy and that means we are required to be extra vigilant.  There will be someone in a yellow jacket at the head and tail of the group to ensure safe road crossings etc.  Children under 16 will need to be attended by an adult.  Young children should wear something luminous or failing that something white.  We shall be following a predetermined safe route that has been checked for risks and hazards.  There should be no break-away groups.

These measures should ensure everyone’s safety whilst allowing for the usual fun, sociable evening.  Don’t forget your torch or lantern.

New song sheets will be available this year – the old ones are getting a bit tatty.

BARRY TURNER

For immediate attention – Your Voice Your Choice is launched today

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Hi all

As a member of the Area Partnership I am circulating this to spokespersons of all the groups with which I am associated in the town and to some individuals.  Please spread the word within the groups and to other contacts.

Regards, Barry

 

From: Gillie, Shirley [mailto:sgillie@eastlothian.gov.ukOn Behalf Of Musselburgh AP
Sent: 11 December 2017 15:12
Subject: FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION – YOUR VOICE YOUR CHOICE IS LAUNCHED TODAY
Importance: High

Today is the launch of our YOUR VOICE YOUR CHOICE Project.

So, here is information to help you promote as widely as possible.

  1. The Your Voice Your Choice Application Pack has now been uploaded onto the MAP website.
  2. The applications received electronically will be managed by SmartSheet.
  3. Attached are images that can be used to promote this project.
  4. Posters are away for printing and should be available this week.
  5. A YOUR VOICE YOUR CHOICE COMMUNICATION STRATEGY is attached for your guidance to ensure that we have a coordinated approach. It also includes the links and hash tags to be used, etc.

Please circulate as widely as you can through all possible sources, so we can exploit every opportunity to ensure  that all our young people in the community are fully aware of this fantastic opportunity.

Thank you so much for your hard work and support.

Iain and Vivien

Musselburgh Horticultural Society Xmas Cracker

Some information for you about forthcoming events :On Monday 4th December 2017 we are holding our Christmas Cracker Party at The Hollies Day Centre in the High Street, Musselburgh from 7.30 pm. This is an evening of fun to start the Christmas Festivities with food and wine, mulled wine and live music, a Quiz, a Raffle and our Prize Draw Raffle.

Our Winter Talks for 2018-2019 start off on Monday 5th February 2018 with John Bracken giving a talk on ‘Maintaining Colour from Spring to Autumn’.

On Monday 5th March 2018, Gavin McNaughton of MacPlants, gives a talk on ‘ A Year in the Nursery’.

Later in the year on Monday 1st October 2018, Gavin McNaughton of MacPlants also gives a talk on ‘Plants for the Autumn Garden with Special Emphasis on Gentians and Snowdrops’.

All our Talks start at 7.30 pm and are followed by tea/coffee, cake and biscuits.

Just a reminder that our subscriptions are due now and if you have not paid yet, could you arrange to pay at the Christmas Cracker, please.

A poster is included for the Christmas Cracker Event.

We look forward to seeing you at our events and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Many Thanks,

April Fyfe

Membership Secretary