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Commencing 10.45 am, Sunday 11th November Dunbar War Memorial, Marine Road
The traditional parade, led by Dunbar British Legion Pipe Band, will proceed from the High Street at 10.30 am to the renovated Dunbar War Memorial, Marine Road, for Dunbar’s Remembrance Sunday Service and Wreath Laying.
During the service young folk from DPS and DGS will ‘plant’ […]
Commemorating the Great War, and Dunbar’s part in it, in music and song, prose and poetry.
Dunbar Parish Church, 3 pm, admission £5 (tickets, limited to 230 from Crunchy Carrot)
This community event will be a mix of music and song, prose and poetry presented by a number of organisations from within Dunbar. It will begin with […]
The Great War story of two Dunbar heroes, Sister Violet Fraser and Rev James Kirk
Dunbar’s exciting, ‘nearly new’ theatre group, the Battery Theatre Company, will be performing ‘Homecoming’, written by Edinburgh based playwright Sophie Good, appropriately in Dunbar Parish Church where Rev Kirk was minister from 1913 to 1918. The director is Andy Corelli, the […]
East Lothian Council together with the Energy Saving Trust is exploring options for future electric vehicle charging infrastructure (EV chargepoints) and we have put together a survey to identify local priorities.
This 2-minute survey is now available on the Consultation Hub:
Switched On towns East Lothian
Any enquiries about the survey or requests for EV chargepoints should be […]
Graham and his team will start phase 3 of the Dunbar High Street painting project on Friday 31st August, concentrating on the Northern half of the High Street from the West Port to the Abbey Church. This will include the building above the Community Bakery which needs special paint at a cost of £1500. The […]
Here are the main points from the August meeting:
Dunbar Against Litter: Romie Blair and Jane Handley gave a presentation about the work of “Dunbar against Litter”. The group of volunteers has grown to 600, and the team were commended for their efforts.
War Memorial: the first phase of renovation is now complete. Upgrading of the setting […]
Two of our number have stepped down recently to spend more time with their young family. This has created two vacancies on the Dunbar Community Council, so we are now seeking volunteers who wish to join us, to serve the community, and help make Dunbar a better place to live. Our meetings are normally held […]
Here are the main points from July’s meeting:
Belhaven residents attended to express their concern about traffic in the Belhaven area, and overnight parking in the Shore Road car park.
Many town maintenance issues have been advised to ELC.
The Wilson Place playpark area has apparently been sold of at a nominal sum. Residents are concerned that the […]
DCC Chairman Stephen Bunyan and Civic Week Queen Annie-Rose Dickson presided at this evening’s award ceremony in the Dunbar Council Chamber. Pictures of all award winners are shown here:
Community Award Winner Jim Thomson […]
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