Last day to respond to this survey is 30th September ’16, so please do take a few minutes to give your views. They do count! The working group will review responses and this will help shape the new Play Strategy for East Lothian. Play is the key driver for how children develop and learn so be their advocates today 🙂
Over the coming weeks the Living History team hope to capture for posterity the experiences of people over the previous 40 (or even more) years that the school building in the Glebe has been in use by the local community in and around Pencaitland.
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To make it as easy as possible to send in your digital memories for the 40th Anniversary Digital Time Capsule, we’ve created the email links below. Just click the link which most closely matches what you want to send in and it should open up your email software to allow you to send in your attachment. Just one per email please.
The Baldy Bane Theatre Company was in the school yesterday to bring a play about road safety to the P6s and 7s. The Community Council has a story about it on its website, plus some pictures of the performance.
Now that everyone is hopefully settled in to a new school year, we thought we would take the opportunity to let you know a little about the purpose of the Parent Council, it’s work over the past year and our plans for the year ahead. We hope that this covers most questions you might have, but please get in touch if you want to know more. Just click the link below…
Parents may already be aware of the campaign by members of the community trying to raise much needed funds for the repair of Pencaitland Parish Church. In order to hit the target of £70,000 (now at £47,000) a number of local fundraising events are planned.
If you would like to know more about what’s coming up please visit the full story and list of planned events on the Pencaitland Community Council’s website.
The Pencaitland Playgroup’s annual summer fair takes place tomorrow (Saturday 25th) at the Carriage House, between 1 and 4pm.
There will be food (burgers, ice-cream, teas and coffees and home baking), plenty of stalls (second-hand books and toys, bric-a-brac, bags, jewellery, make-up), face painting, arts and crafts, tombola and a number of competitions where you can win, amongst other things, tickets to East Links, the Air Show at East Fortune.
ABOUT PENCAITLAND PLAYGROUP
Open since 1968, the playgroup has a long tradition of working with the children of Pencaitland and the surrounding area. It offers a safe and happy environment for children to work and play in, with two full-time staff members providing a morning service based in the Sports Pavillion next to the bowling club. Activities offered include sand and water play, art and craft activities, baking, books and music and movement.