Visit to Marchmont House

Visit to Marchmont House

The July outing of the Society saw members visit Marchmont House near Greenlaw in the Scottish Borders. The house is one of Scotland’s finest country mansions. It is an imposing Grade A listed Palladian masterpiece built in 1750 by Sir Hugh Hume- Campbell, 3rd Earl of...
Interested in Health Research?

Interested in Health Research?

The Edinburgh Clinical Research Facility which is run by the University of Edinburgh and NHS Lothian are looking for patients, carers, family and those with an interest in health research to get involved in their Patient and Public Involvement Advisory Group.  The...
Helping you get around East Lothian by Train

Helping you get around East Lothian by Train

East Lothian Community Rail Partnership commissioned this poster which can be found at all stations in East Lothian, and also at Edinburgh Waverley, helping to promote the county and travelling around it by train.
One of Britain’s most scenic rail journeys

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...
Helping you get around East Lothian by Train

Shiela Sinclair Memorial Planter unveiled

A large crowd gathered at North Berwick Station on 30th October to show their respects to Shiela Sinclair, formerly secretary and founding member of the East Lothian Community Rail Partnership. A planter with seasonal bedding together with a plaque describing her...
Helping you get around East Lothian by Train

East Lothian Community Rail Partnership Annual Report 2018

Some of the East Lothian Community Rail Partnership committee with ScotRail speakers at our AGM in October. From L to R: John Wilson (ScotRail), Harry Barker (CRP Chair), Allison Cosgrove, Alex Hynes (MD ScotRail Alliance), Ros Houldsworth (ScotRail), and Graham...