A community day at facilities across the Preston Seton Gosford ward is taking place on Saturday to showcase groups and projects happening locally.

The events will be spread across the Port Seton Centre, Longniddry Community Centre, Prestonpans Community Centre and Pennypit Centre between 10am and 2pm.

Each location will showcase what activities are available in their programme, along with groups who run in the area.

Organisations such as police, fire brigade, rotary club and the National Trust for Scotland East Lothian Members Association will also be attending.

There will be tasters of activities and an opportunity to feedback on things people would like to see within their own community.

In Longniddry, The Picnic Box will be outside to serve tea, coffee and treats.

Representation from Hargreaves Land will discuss developments on Blindwells and encourage Blindwells residents to come along.

There will be indoor/outdoor activities including local fitness sessions, short tennis from the tennis club, a yoga session, Longniddry Golf Club will run a putting and chipping competition, the scouts will hold orienteering course and the library will be providing activities. Local police officers and firefighters may also be in attendance.

Stalls will have local groups giving information, art and craft stalls, fundraising stalls and uniform swaps. Free tea, coffee and juice available.

In Port Seton there will be a marketplace of stalls and taster sessions from Stephanie May Dance, Sue Northrop Revitalise Yoga, Gail Sked Pilates and Port Seton Exercise Class.

Bookbug and charity Heavy Sound will also attend.

At the Pennypit Centre there will be; Make Messy Matter with their stress free messy play parties.

The computer club will help you to learn something new from the group's digital champion.

The public can also join in a baby massage class. Massaging your baby can help the attachment bond between parent and child.

Finally, there will be a chance to have a tea or coffee and a biscuit with Time 4 Tea and have a blether about the past.

At Prestonpans Community Centre there will be a planting with John in the community garden.

The public can come and try Pickleball between 10am and 11.30am or indoor bowling and new age kurling between 12pm and 1.30pm.

There will also be a simple yoga taster at 12pm (please bring your own mat).

Those interested can also meet the centre's quilters and crafters from 11am to 12.30pm and a pop-up library from 11am to 1pm.

There will also be stalls and the café will be open.

For more information people can contact the centres’ Facebook pages or email connect-psg@eastlothian.gov.uk .