Leaves of Love has just been launched by Unbound for Crowdfunding

Leaves of Love has just been launched by Unbound for Crowdfunding which is exciting and terrifying! I am  hopeful we can make the target and get it published. https://unbound.com/books/leaves-of-love-stories-for-ageing-dying-well/ I would be really  grateful if you...

One of Britain’s most scenic rail journeys

The Edinburgh to North Berwick line has been recognised on the Scenic Rail Britain website as being one of the country's most iconic railway journeys, "stretching 25 miles from the bustling Scottish capital of Edinburgh to the charming seaside town of North Berwick".

When Harry met John

We all know the famous quote attributed to Harold Macmillan, as to what he feared most in politics: Events dear boy, events No prizes for guessing which John this is and which event brought Harry and John together. Anyway, we are soon to retire our very own events...

Stobsheil Garden

A fine old garden, open to the 1st March to 1st November 2019. By Arrangement. Stobshiel House Humbie,East Lothian, EH36 5PD Email: stobshiel@gmail.com Website: scotlandsgardens.org/stobshiel-house/ A large garden to see for all seasons. Walled garden adjacent to the...

The Hidden Histories of Keith Marischal

The history of the estate of Keith Marischal has been a topic of dispute for almost two hundred and seventy years. On the 9th February 2019 there will be a joint presentation on the hidden histories of the property. Keith Marischal was the ancestral seat of the Keith...

Say Hello

Say Hello to the New Editor WordPress have made some big upgrades to the editor. The new block-based editor is the first step toward an exciting new future with a streamlined editing experience across your site. You’ll have more flexibility with how content is...



TIDE; DIALOGUES OF CHANGE | JOHN MUIR OPEN 2019 This summer in Dunbar, ten Scottish artists have been selected for the John Muir Open to offer an opportunity to develop their personal environmental practice in a joint exhibition. It is titled TIDE and aims to continue...

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DCC Minutes February 2019

The main points from the February minutes are as follows: Andrew Morris gave a short presentation about a project to establish a local radio station for Dunbar and the surrounding area. The police report covered road safety, youth ASB, and theft from 2 vans in the...

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Civic Week 2019 Program Taking Shape

The programme of events for is starting to take shape and we’re looking for any groups/clubs/individuals in Dunbar interested in getting involved in organising an event or promoting an activity at either the Fun Day (15th June) or during the Civic Week (15th-23rd...

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Royal Court Selection for 2019 has Started

Royal Court selection for Dunbar Civic Week has started! Letters have been sent home from school to parents/carers of Dunbar Primary P7 and P2 pupils about the Royal Court selection, what's involved in being a member of the Royal Court and a slip to fill in, if for...

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Newcastle Noir 2019

The programme for Newcastle Noir has just been released and it offers a feast of entertainment for fans of crime fiction. The list of authors is terrific and there’s such a mix that there’s something there for everyone. I’m delighted to be part of it this year. I’ll...

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Earth Hour 2019

The Dunbar Battery joins other public buildings, such as Sydney Opera House and Edinburgh Castle, in switching off its lights for an hour on Saturday 30th March at 8.30pm. Find out more;...

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Easter Tea Party

Gibb Room 1, The Bleachingfield Centre.  Please bring some treats to share.  Winner of last week’s easter egg painting competition will be chosen.

Regular Meeting

Chris Roberts will lead a Mindfulness/Relaxation session at this week’s meeting. Gibb Room 1, The Bleachingfield Centre.

Regular Meeting

First of our ‘Desert Island Discs’ sessions, when we will listen to Ray & Anne’s selection of music. Gibb Room 1, The Bleachingfield Centre.

Maggie’s Centre Fundraising Event

Fundraising Tea Party for Maggie’s Centre, Edinburgh. Gibb Room 1, The Bleachingfield Centre.  (Please bring some treats to share.  There will be a collection box for donations in aid of ‘Maggie’s’ on the tea table.)