COCKENZIE and Port Seton in Bloom is hosting two open days to enable residents to see all the work the group has been doing to beautify the village.

The group was the target of vandalism in November, when its polytunnel was damaged by individuals with knives.

It set up a fundraiser to restore the polytunnel and improve CCTV around the site, raising thousands of pounds.

Members of the public are now being invited to see the progress that has been made on the restoration by the committed volunteers.

The events take place at the polytunnel on Osborne Place, next to Cockenzie Primary School, tomorrow (Friday) and on Saturday, between 11am and 3pm.

There will be tea, coffee and scones available, along with Mother’s Day gifts.