AS RESTRICTIONS on indoor and outdoor gatherings remain in place, police were called to several addresses in North Berwick last month following complaints of loud parties.

On August 5, officers were called to an address on Lochbridge Road where loud music could be heard. Police attended and spoke with the occupier, who then turned the music off.

On August 8, officers were called to a noisy party in Glenburn Road. They attended and noticed a party was going on within the rear garden of the property. The music was turned down and people were dispersed.

In the early hours of August 16, police were called to investigate a complaint of loud noise from a house on Craigleith Avenue. Officers attended, with a small gathering taking place outside the property in the garden. No issues were reported and people dispersed.

On the evening of the same day, police were made aware of loud music being played from a property on Lauder Rambling.

Officers attended and spoke with the occupier, who turned the music down.

Whilst police were at the property, they detected a smell of cannabis, with a small amount of herbal cannabis found.

The occupier was issued with a recordable police warning.

Current restrictions mean that no more than six people from a maximum of two households can gather inside and outside at one time.