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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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Remembrance Day in Pencaitland

Following a service of Remembrance in Pencaitland Parish Church a procession, led by the local Scouts, headed to the village’s War Memorial.

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Pencaitland Cub Scouts go with a bang!

Ian Archer was kind enough to bring along some of his white-coated colleagues to last night’s Halloween Cubs night in Trevelyan Hall, treating the kids to practical hands-on experiments and a small fireworks display.

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Q. What goes with a bang every year?

Pencaitland’s regular festival of fireworks is slated to take place on Saturday the 2nd of November, starting at 7pm. Gates will open at 6.15pm.

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Last week contractors came to lay fresh tarmac at problem hotspots around Pencaitland. But some locals were concerned.

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Both of Pencaitland’s Brownie packs are under the threat of folding due to a lack of adult volunteers to keep them going.

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In 2012 the Transport team from East Lothian Council submitted suggestions for road safety improvements. Your Community Council recently responded and we’re sharing this with you.

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Shortly before the summer break local boy Harry was knocked down and seriously hurt walking home when a white van crashed into him from behind, putting him in a coma. Last night’s STV News followed up on the accident, reporting on his recovery and return to school whilst looking at issues of pedestrian and cyclist safety in and around the area.

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Sun Shines on Pencaitland’s Sports Day

Pencaitland Primary School held its Sports Day recently with the clouds breaking to give the P1 to P7s and their parents a very pleasant afternoon.

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Following the great news of Harry’s coma recovery after being knocked down, it’s vital that we get more views on road safety measures for Pencaitland & area.

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