Do you have any spare plants or need something interesting for your garden?
Inveresk Lodge Garden ( N.T.S. ) would welcome any donations of plants, neatly potted up, pest free and labelled, which will then be put on sale to raise money for the garden.
A brief description or even a photo of the plant would be welcome, but is not necessary, as long as it is clearly labelled.
– Morag Reeves
I just wanted to remind you all about the Community Weekend we are holding on 24-25 March. Hopefully you will all have received this information that was pushed through your letterbox but if not please see above.
– Meet at 11am outside Inveresk Lodge for a village litter pick on Saturday 24 March. Equipment to be provided by East Lothian Council;
– On Saturday night there will be a ceilidh at St Michael’s Church Hall on Dalrymple Loan. Music by the Duncan Black Ceilidh Band and the ceilidh will start at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 per adult (byob) with children £1 each and to get tickets email me at firstname.lastname@example.org;
– On Sunday afternoon we are heading out for a six mile walk round New Winton House followed by a bite to eat at a local pub.
Hopefully you can join us in a few weeks time for what will be an enjoyable and sociable weekend. If you need any further details, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
There has been disappointment and concern expressed that the council is not taking action on matters reported to it concerning road and traffic issues in the village. At the Village Society AGM it was suggested that people in the village should record things on their phone cameras, or any other camera for that matter, and send this photographic evidence to the council with an email describing the problem and what they want done about it. With photographic evidence it will be difficult for council officers to deny that there is a problem. It is also helpful in getting the local press involved if it should come to that.
It is a call centre address because everything now has to be reported and logged through this channel.
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Fisherrow Waterfront Group‘s film The Fisherrow Fishwives – Preserving the Heritage of a Lost Community will be shown at the Brunton Theatre in Venue 2 at Thursday, March 8, at 6.45 to celebrate International Women’s Day. A second screening will take place a week later on March 15 at 7.30pm.
This film was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Stories, Stones and Bones grant.
Forthcoming Ranger Service Events:
Hike. Sunday 25th March: Law to Law. A 9 mile (14.5 km) walk between, and to the top of, two of our most iconic landmarks – Traprain and North Berwick Laws. Return transport provided. Remember the clocks go forward!
Cost: £8 per person, booking essential via www.eastlothian.gov.uk/rangerevents , where you can also find details of our Adult Events Programme.