5k and 10k options (walk or run) – plus a kids 1k and stalls, tombola, face painter and bouncy castle. Or just come along and spectate! Hope to see you there.
All proceeds to Reverse Rett, a small charity funding research into treatments and a cure for Rett Syndrome, which affects mainly girls and leads to lifelong disability.
For further information and to enter the race, please follow the links below.
FREE event OPEN to ALL on Saturday 26th March at St Andrew Blackadder Church Hall 2pm to 4.30pm
COME ALONG AND FIND OUT HOW TO LIVE MORE SUSTAINABLY.
HOW TO SAVE ENERGY IN YOUR HOME, EAT BETTER, TRAVEL SMARTER, WASTE LESS, RECYCLE MORE, BUY GREENER PRODUCTS, UNDERSTAND SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS, REWILD YOUR GARDEN AND SUPPORT ENVIRONMENTAL CAMPAIGNS AND ORGANISATIONS.
Sustaining North Berwick has lined up experts from:
Home Energy Scotland
East Lothian Waste Services
On The Move
The Seabird Centre
NB High School Eco Committee
Wild Gardening Club
Come along, have a cuppa and chat with our experts in the areas that interest you.
Sustaining NB – thinking globally, acting locally.
With such a complex and fast changing situation, East Lothian Council is receiving a high volume of enquiries relating to the Ukraine. You may wish to share the link below through your networks as it provides the latest up to date information.
Support for Ukraine in East Lothian | Support for Ukraine | East Lothian Council
North Berwick Trust is recruiting for 4 new Trustees to join their board.
Trustee Vacancies – Now open for applications – Deadline Thursday 21st April 2022 | North Berwick Trust
The Trust are particularly interested in recruiting a younger demographic with certain skill sets, who may have children at the primary school.
The Visual Artists and Craft Makers Awards scheme (VACMA) is managed by East Lothian Council Arts Service in partnership with Creative Scotland, providing funding for artists and craft makers living or working in East Lothian. The next deadline for applications is Tuesday 1 March 2022, 5pm.
Emerging artists and new graduates can apply for £500, with £750 bursaries available for more established practitioners.
Applicants are asked to detail their creative practice, what the bursary will enable them to do and how this will help support their skills and development.
The application form and guidelines can be found on the Arts Service pages of East Lothian Council’s website, here https://bit.ly/2K51olF
The VACMA funding is available to artists and makers to support their practice. For further information about the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please follow the link below to read East Lothian Council’s Recovery and Renewal Plan.
Recovery and renewal plan 2021 | East Lothian Council
Officers from Lothians and Scottish Borders division have launched a new pilot safeguarding scheme, designed to locate autistic adults and children when they are reported as missing.
The Autistic Missing Person Protocol is an information gathering tool, developed in partnership with education, health and social care partners, which will help police officers to find an autistic person who is missing, as quickly as possible.
The Autistic Missing Person Protocol encourages carers and families to record vital information on a form that can be handed over to the police in the event of someone going missing. Download the form to find out more.