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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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Last year ELC’s Transport team provided the community with plans suggesting a numbers of road safety improvements. Your Community Council wants to hear your views before a response is sent.

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With schools set to hit the summer holidays in a few weeks you can’t leave it any longer to put together a programme of activities to keep the kids occupied and entertained.

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This afternoon will see heavy and isolated quite intense showers develop across East Lothian. These are expected to start after lunchtime and continue into the early evening.

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A lunch was held on Saturday 13th April in the Carriage House in memory of Darren Hack to help raise funds for Marie Curie.

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East Lothian Council’s transport team have almost finished making upgrades to signage coming in and out of Wester Pencaitland.

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East Lothian Council regularly calls for applications to each new round of its Civic Pride Fund. Applications are now being sought for 2013 funding.

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A fundraising evening for the charity Richmond’s Hope in Pencaitland Bowling Club raised £4794.50 to help kids from East Lothian receive counselling.

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A fundraiser was held at Pencaitland Bowling Club on Saturday the 23rd, raising around £4000 for child bereavement charity Richmond’s Hope. When someone has died Scottish charity Richmond’s Hope is a place where children and young people can explore their feelings and emotions in order to find ways of coping with the loss. Unfortunately the […]

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Do you run a business in East Lothian? Each month the East Lothian Coffee Morning runs a session focusing on how to effectively use web technologies to promote your business. This month it’s looking at Google+.

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