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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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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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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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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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Since October 2012 Pencaitland has seen the return of both Cub and Beaver Scouts. Now plans are being made to launch Scouts for older kids.

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According to the Haddington new car club Easywheels, the service is ready for business. Find out more this weekend at a display in Haddington library.

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Courier covers Sunday Litter Pick

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It was touch & go but in the end the Sun shone down on Pencaitland’s army of litter pickers who scoured the streets & pathways for a record rubbish haul.

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Did you know that local authorities spend £100 million every year cleaning up after us? Every bit of litter not put in a bin is a cost to everyone.

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