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Rare plant sale set for this Saturday

Long time amateur garden enthusiast and writer Sheila Averbuch is holding her second ever plant sale this weekend to raise funds for rare disease research.

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Pencaitland Primary School’s PTA is planning for plenty of fun activities at this year’s annual Spring Fayre which takes place on the 31st of May between 1pm and 4pm so make sure you make a date in your diary. Organisers are expecting a fun filled event full of games, science, bouncy castles, cycle smoothies and […]

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With a queue across the school’s playing field and the weather holding, this year’s Pencaitland PTA Fun Run proved a great success. Just 24 hours earlier it was uncertain what the weather would hold. Many were expecting rain. The previous evening it had been raining, sometimes heavily, so this was a reasonable fear. Yet, come the appointed hour the skies held and there were even moments when the Sun shone through cloudy skies. In the end, for the duration of the Pencaitland PTA Fun Run 2014 the weather held up and no one had to contend with an unwelcome drenching.

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As with previous years the action kicks off from 2pm in Pencaitland’s Trevelyan Hall. Groups or families turning up will be given litter pickers and bags before heading off to various parts of, not only Pencaitland, but hopefully some of the other areas covered by the Community Council. We’re particularly keen to have groups or families who want to cover Glenkinchie or New Winton this year.

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Courier reports on developer proposals

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Each year Pencaitland Community Council seeks to give financial aid towards the work of local groups. If you run, or know those running, a local community group read on to find out how to apply.

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A regular fixture in the annual calendar, Pencaitland Primary School’s PTA and the local Playgroup are holding a 10K & 5K fun run this April.

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Last December Winton Estate took members of East Lothian Council and local community leaders from Pencaitland, New Winton and Ormiston on a site visit of the estate. The primary role of that visit was to allow the Estate to demonstrate what it currently does to generate income and discuss ideas for ways it may be […]

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After the Christmas break kids of both cub & beaver packs returned to their regular Thursday evening activities… with just one exception; a new venue.

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Due to planned works to extend a gas main to Glenkinchie and upgrade the road surface, the A6093 at the Tyne Bridge will be closed.

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