Community Kitchen Haddington exists to help reduce access deprivation and social isolation in the Haddington and Lammermuir areas, by providing delicious home cooked food to people and allowing for friendships to form.
It runs at Haddington Bowling Club on a Wednesday and Thursday from 12.30 pm and we ask for a donation of up to £4.00.
People from the Garvald and Morham area are very welcome and the organisation is happy to provide some transport there and back if required. Age or ability isn’t a barrier. People from all ages and abilities come together naturally. It’s a fantastic atmosphere and people are enjoying food and making friends naturally.
For more information, see their Facebook page, Our Community Kitchen East Lothian.
Concert this Saturday at Haddington West Church, 7.30pm. All are welcome.
There will be a Sound Bath relaxation session run by Kelly at Garvald village hall on Wednesday 17th April 7pm – 8pm.
Cost £8 – Spaces are limited please message to secure your space.
Relax and rejuvenate to the soothing sound and vibration of quartz crystal singing bowls.
There will be a Sound Bath relaxation session run by Kelly at Garvald village hall on Wed 20th March from 7.00-8.00pm.
A Sound Bath is a relaxation session using quartz crystal singing bowls. Just relax and let the soothing sound and vibration rejuvenate you. Spaces are limited to 20, please message Kelly on to secure your place.
It’s time to get tickets for the next Stenton Footlight’s show – Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce – starring Garvald’s own Gary McGregor and Rufus Bellamy.
Wed 27th March to Sat 30th March in the Village Hall Stenton (7.30)
Yester Community Movie Association
Film Night – Hostiles
March 8th, 7.30pm
Director: Scott Cooper
2017, 134 minutes, Rating 15
1892 in the United States. Veteran of a 20 year war with Cheyenne, Apache, & Comanche native American tribes, Cavalry Captain Joseph Blocker (Christian Bale) is ordered to escort an ailing Cheyenne chief back to his ancestral home in Montana. Scarred & embittered from his experiences, he wrestles with this unwelcome mission & memories that haunt him. A tale of guilt, truth & reconciliation in the American West.
East Lothian and Midlothian Public Protection Office
Financial Harm Awareness Event: ‘Fraud, Scams and Financial Plans’
Do you know how to protect yourself from financial harm, one of the most common forms of harm?
Come along to a free drop-in event on 19th February 2019 to find out more about how to keep yourself and your family safe.
You will be able to talk to representatives from a range of organisations including Trading Standards, Citizens Advice, Police Scotland, Neighbourhood Watch Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland and the East Lothian and Midlothian Public Protection Office about what you can do to protect yourself.
Events – Tuesday 19th February
- Fisherrow Community Centre, Musselburgh (9.30am – 12 midday)
- John Gray Centre, Haddington Library (2pm – 4.30pm)
Tea and coffee will be provided at both venues
Gifford Horticultural Society are holding a talk in Gifford village hall on Wednesday.
Kate Rycroft, Chair of the Amisfield Preservation Trust will be describing the restoration at Amisfield. At 8 acres in size, Amisfield Walled garden is one of the largest historic walled gardens in Scotland.
Over the past eleven years, it has been restored from a completely neglected state into a thriving community garden. It now provides a venue for education and training for people of all abilities, as well as being an established local visitor attraction.
Kate will talk about the historic background to the garden’s development and will outline its current restoration as a community garden.
Wednesday 13th February 2019, 7.30pm in Gifford Village Hall. Non-members welcome.
Garvald’s Finlay Hay and two of his friends from the Yehudi Menuhin School are going to perform at Garvald Church on Friday 22nd February at 7pm. Tickets are £7.50 on the door, U16s go free.