• Musselburgh Grammar class of '68 celebrate reunion in style

    A school reunion in Musselburgh was such a success that everyone is keen to repeat the fun next year. The first-year class of 1968 at Musselburgh Grammar School enjoyed a get-together in the lounge at Staggs bar recently. This year marks 55

  • Councillors give North Berwick roof terrace green light

    COUNCILLORS have approved plans for a roof terrace on a historic beach house, despite a plea from the great-grandson of its original owners to stop the change. Blair Dickson, who owns the lower half of the house, known as Seafield, which looks

  • Mayday Mile raises funds for Dunbar RNLI

    FUNDRAISERS have stayed on dry land to boost Dunbar’s RNLI. Volunteer members of the crew ran a Mayday Mile up and down High Street and joined the fundraising team for a street collection. Volunteers were also at Dunbar Primary School Fair,

  • County noticeboard given fresh new look

    INFORMATION about Tweedmouth in a noticeboard in Haddington will be replaced. Haddington and District Community Council has been cleaning up the noticeboard outside the Corn Exchange on Court Street. Photographs of each of the group’s members

  • East Lothian music students to perform summer concert

    A summer concert will be staged by musicians from the Mansfield School of Music in Musselburgh on Sunday, June 18. The event will be held at Loretto School’s chapel, with doors opening at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. The concert will feature a variety

  • International field at event but county swimmers star

    YOUNG athletes from East Lothian Swim Team (ELST) were in action at the Glasgow International Swim Meet over the weekend, held at Tollcross International Swimming Centre. The prestigious meet featured elite adult and junior swimmers from around

  • Wellbeing day taking place for East Lothian carers

    A wellbeing afternoon is on offer to carers in East Linton on Wednesday. Taking place at The Mart, the afternoon organised by Carers of East Lothian, is split into three sessions. The first offers a mindful movement class from 12.30 to 1.30pm

  • ‘No concerns’ over traffic using Johnnie Cope's Road

    Transport Scotland has disputed one of East Lothian Council’s main claims in favour of the closure of Johnnie Cope’s Road. The road, which crosses the A1 and connects Prestonpans and Tranent, faces closure after council officials revived a plan

  • GALLERY: Entertaining Wallyford gala draws big crowds

    WALLYFORD'S Gala Queen and King have been crowned. The village's celebrations took place on Saturday with Gala Queen, Lacey Doman, and Gala King, Kayden Clelland, crowned by Alister Hadden, former chairman of Wallyford Community Council, who recently

  • East Lothian man admits attack on woman

    A Pencaitland man has admitted assaulting a woman in the village. Gary Logan, of The Green, assaulted the woman by striking her to the head to her severe injury during an incident on April 2. Logan pleaded guilty to an amended charge of assault