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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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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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Two local bands are set to rattle the rafters for revellers at an up-coming gig in New Winton village hall in aid of the community venue.

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Pencaitland Primary School’s PTA held its annual Fun Run just as the clouds broke and the Sun shone briefly on those taking part.

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As part of Winton House’s annual Spring Family Open Day, this year Pencaitland Scouts were out in force to help set up and participate in an assault course within the walled garden.

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The PTA & Playgroup Fun Run takes place on Saturday the 13th of April from 2pm in the grounds on Pencaitland Primary School.

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Pencaitland Primary’s Parents & Teachers Association is holding a Ceilidh in the school hall on Friday 2nd March.

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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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A fun event is being held in Pencaitland’s Bowling Club on 23 Feb from 7:30pm, to raise money and awareness for the work of Richmond’s Hope. Established in 2003 in the Niddrie area of Edinburgh it provides services to children in the Lothians between the ages of 4 and 18 years.

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