Communication from the Postmaster, East Linton Post Office:
The Post Office network manager has stated that, with immediate effect, there are no plans for a resumption of outreach services to Garvald. There is a temporary notice on the front door of the village hall advising the public of the above decision.
Any comments/complaints should be directed to: email@example.com.
The Garvald Post Office outreach service, which operates in Garvald Village Hall on Thursdays from 09:15am to 10:15am, will not be operating until further notice due to staff illness.
The service staff apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you have any questions/comments, please use the contact form, below, and they will be redirected to the service staff:
Please see the poster, below, for details of the next Stenton Footlights production, directed by our very own Rufus Bellamy and starring Gary McGregor.
The following places remain available for the above craft taster sessions. These are adult only classes. Please use the contact form, below, if you are interested:
Wet felting: 7pm-9pm on Thursday 29th February – ONE PLACE
Gel painting: 7pm – 9pm on Thursday 28th March – ONE PLACE
Some of the key information about the Newlands Wind Farm development, for anyone who has been unable to access the information on view in Garvald Church, is provided below.
There are specific links, below, to key parts of the documentation which outline how the transportation will affect local routes and road users, illustrated on page 8 and referred to by Belltown on page 24 of Volume 1 Non-Technical Summary (see link below):
Click to access 6565d0adcaf98_vich_Volume_1_-_Non-Technical_Summary.pdf
… and Volume IV Technical Appendices (Appendix 13.1 Transport Assessment) contains details about transport for both the Abnormal Indivisible Loads and the general increase in traffic (see below):
Click to access 656747972f912_vich_Technical_Appendix_13.1_-_Transport_Assessment_Part_1_of_2.pdf
The slides from the presentation brought to our Garvald and Morham event by Home Energy Scotland are now available to download here –
Garvald & Morham Slides
They outline options for insulation of traditional building, airsource heat pumps and all the grants available to homeowners and landlords. There is also details on plannng permission and how to find an installer.
Yordan has also transcibed your questions and provided answers which you can view – here Q&A
As mentioned, Greener Homes Network has a member in Dunbar who is happy to help people understand air source and the process of his install. Read about him and make contact here
If you have further questions, please look at the Home Energy Scotland website for more information and details of how to contact them. Or contact Yordan and Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org / 0808 808 2282
What a great event! Thank you to everyone who joined us. We hope you found it useful.
Gratitude also to Changeworks, Home Energy Scotland, the local organisers, the soup and cake makers, and those who went around ensuring leaflets and information was delivered to everyone in the ward.
The slides from the presentation and Q&A are now available. These contain information on insulation, secondary glazing and airsource heat pumps, plus the grants available. These can be requested on the contact form below.
You can also find information at homeenergyscotland.org or call them on 0808 808 2282. They also have a contact form at homeenergyscotland.org/contact
GMCC are delighted to have supported this event and are hoping to contnue working with Changeworks, Home Energy Scotland and other organisations to bring information and opportunities of this type to the ward.