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Get into Summer East Lothian!

Sports, play and free swims… it’s officially time to ‘Get into Summer’ in East Lothian!

There are lots of projects running throughout the holiday period giving children and young people the chance to be active, connect with others and enjoy the best that East Lothian has to offer. Examples include football, tennis, rugby and gymnastics events, pop-up play activities, computing camps and free swimming at enjoyLeisure pools.

Find out more about the activities on offer (including eligibility and booking information where appropriate) at: www.eastlothian.gov.uk/get-into-summer

 

Youth Theatre

At the beginning of March 2020 all youth theatre classes were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For the last year classes have been we delivered online over Zoom however, I am very excited to announce classes are BACK face to face.

East Lothian Youth Theatre offers young people aged 5 – 18, who are looking to explore their potential and develop their acting skills, the opportunity to participate in weekly drama sessions across East Lothian.

Classes are designed to nurture creativity and talent through improvisation activities, characterisation, drama games, devising and much more, whilst adhering to the Scottish Government Guidelines. Participants will also have the opportunity to work with scripts and texts to build on performance skills.

Joining a group can have a positive impact on Health and Wellbeing by building self-confidence, making new friends, developing new skills, reducing social isolation and above all having fun.

Classes are led by experienced and qualified drama professionals who work as freelance performance artists and have a wealth of knowledge and talent.

Classes will run in the following locations:

Tranent, Musselburgh, Longniddry, Prestonpans and Haddington. Classes in Dunbar will also return from w/c 24th May however they may be outdoor to begin with and move indoors after the first few weeks. .

For more information and details on how to book please visit the Brunton website:  https://bit.ly/3oa4hS8

Class sizes are limited due to the Covid restrictions, I would advise booking as soon as possible to avoid missing out

Please note, when booking online, the system will only display the start date of the class you select, but you will be booking the entire 6-week block.

Listed are some of the Covid-19 procedures which will be in place at the majority of our venues:

  1. Only those who are participating in the class are permitted in the building no parent/carers.
  2. No spectators allowed
  3. All persons will have their temperature checked on entering the building and if registering in the orange/red zone that will not be allowed entry on this occasion.
  4. Parent/carers should remain in the car park until the class starts in the event that their child registers a high reading and is refused entry.
  5. A one way system is in operation which must be strictly adhered to.
  6. All persons over 5 years should wear a face covering when entering and moving around the building.  This is not necessary when participating in the class unless otherwise advised by the tutor depending on activity.
  7. Do not arrive any earlier that 10 minutes before the start of your session as you will not gain entry.
  8. Parents/carers should not send any child to the session who is showing symptoms of COVID 19 or any other illness.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Best wishes,

Amy Robinson

Development Officer Dance & Drama

The Brunton and East Lothian Council Arts Service

The Brunton | Ladywell Way | Musselburgh | EH21 6AA

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Brunton Theatre Trust is a registered Scottish Charity SC022422

South Of Scotland Transport Survey for Young People

The Workforce Mobility Project would like young people to complete a short five minute survey. This is a great opportunity to highlight the transport and digital barriers and challenges which impact you and your families.

This survey is for all young people, and is asking about all forms of transport, from walking, public transport, personal car use and all points in between. It is also important to hear the voices of young people who might otherwise be ignored, such as young people with disabilities, and their experience of transport in the area.

This survey is for all young people, and is asking about all forms of transport, from walking, public transport, personal car use and all points in between. It is also important to hear the voices of young people who might otherwise be ignored, such as young people with disabilities, and their experience of transport in the area.

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