All local communities in Scotland have been asked to provide a Local Place Plan (LPP) in relation to what the community wish to activate over the next 5-10 years. Following the open afternoon we held in the Kirk Hall on 27th August 2022 we have a good idea of the various issues within the village and surrounding areas which everyone think are important and a summary of those discussions is attached. In order to put together our LPP which will be submitted in May of this year, we are inviting everyone to come along to the Kirk Hall on
East Lothian Council Housing Services and East Lothian Care and Repair are inviting homeowners and private renters to an information session on accessible housing and living independently. Are you? • Aged over 50 • Living with a disability • Thinking about the future • Taking care of another person Come and join us to learn about • Living independently • Home adaptations • Finding the right home for you • Care at home Drop in Saturday March 2nd 10am – 2pm at Blackadder Church North Berwick With speakers from 10am – 12pm Wednesday March 6th
Dear Resident, We are writing to inform you of a forthcoming fireworks display at Archerfield. Please be aware that there will be a display on: Friday 2nd February at 8:30pm The display will be fired from close to the Archerfield Mansion House and will last for approximately 10 minutes. Copyright © 2024 Archerfield House, All rights reserved. You are receiving this email as a local resident of Archerfield. Our mailing address is: Archerfield House Archerfield Dirleton, East Lothian EH39 5HU United Kingdom
Documents for the Annual General Meeting of the Dirleton Village Association for 2023 to be held Tursday 16th November 2023 in the Castle Inn Function Room starting at 1900 (7pm) 2022.04.28-Minute-of-AGM-Draft-v1.pdf DVA-AGM-Agenda-16th-November-2023.docx Annual-Report-2023-1.pdf DVA-Final-accounts-22-23.pdf SCIO-Dirleton-X-X-.pdf DVA-Annual-General-Meeting-nominations-for-office-bearers-2023.docx
Despite the weather the Harvest Festival moved into the Kirk Hall and had a good number of people attending. There are some photos from the Kirk Hall and the scarecrow presentation photos now uploaded onto the web site. Click the appropriate image to go to the Festival Pictures or the scarecrow prize giving
A message from Amy The market as planned cannot go ahead due to the weather. We are moving the bake sale & activities down to the Kirk hall. There will be activities, competitions, baking and tea & coffee in the Kirk hall So please come along and support us! Thank you!
Current weather forecasts are not looking good for tomorrow, Saturday 7th October. A decision will be made early tomorrow morning as to the viability of proceeding with the market. As soon that decision is known information will be posted on the website. Please look at the website before setting out for the market.
A massive well done to everyone for a most amazing collection of scarecrows this year – 32 so far! We have 12 more entries than last year, and 3 times as many adult entries (why should children have all the fun?!) So, thank you to everyone for helping to create a wonderful Trail for people to visit. With such effort, fun and creativity evident it has been an enormously difficult task to judge them, but it had to be done, and the winners and runners up are: The Scarecrow That Made the Judges Smile the Most First place: Glen & Innes Anderson: