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Josie Tweddle was one of the founder members of the Dunbar Shore and Harbour Neighbourhood Group and remained a loyal supporter of the Group’s activities. It was with profound sorrow we learned of her death last week.
Her funeral will be held at Dunbar’s Methodist Church at 11 o’clock on Thursday 25th April and all are [...]
Members of the Neighbourhood Group have already helped with the Spring weeding of the flower bed outside Blair’s works and the wild flower garden beside Colvin Street. We are now just hoping for warmer weather!
Plans are being drawn up to see whether we can turn the area shown in the photo into more of a [...]
The Dunbar Harbour Development team will hold a public meeting at 8pm on Tuesday 19 March at The Royal Mackintosh Hotel. All welcome.
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The Fishermen’s Monument restoration is complete and looking good!
Phoenix Economics has now published the Final Report for the Coastlife Centre and it makes great reading.
A full version can be obtained by contacting us at email@example.com
The essence of the findings was that a Coastlife Centre with Igloovision at its heart would be a great asset to Dunbar. It would run at a small profit [...]
This was the first of our meetings for 2013 and included a section where we considered not only the things we had done last year but also our plans for 2013. Minutes 05-02-13
We had a lively meeting with a very welcome visit from MICHAEL VEITCH, one of our three local councillors. The minutes cover new projects as well as current updates. Happy reading!
SATURDAY 11th August
2pm – 4pm
East Beach, Dunbar
access down pedestrian ramp opposite new play garden on Lamer Street
Castles…mermaids… sea creatures…
Come and join the fun!
Bring bucket and spade and your imagination!
All ages welcome
Special prize for best John Muir themed sculpture!
Entry £2 adult,
£1 child, £5 family
All proceeds to Friends of JMB
Please contact JMB [...]
A simple, elegant, environmentally sustainable structure, designed to accommodate the cinemax auditorium, would be sited in a fully landscaped coastal garden with teaching and seating spaces.
The Site and Building
The site that we have identified as offering the best potential for this project, is the old Amusement Arcade site at Lamer Street on the East Beach. This site is privately owned and is currently the subject of a planning application for seven houses.
The Dunbar Shore and Harbour Neighbourhood Group believes [...]