Village Hall – have your say!

A sub-group of the Village Hall Committee is currently looking in to potential improvements to the hall. We would like to know what you think about the hall currently and what you would like to see change in the future. We can’t promise to deliver every suggestion but your feedback will be very valuable in informing our decisions.
Please forward the survey on to other people you think might be interested (hard copies are available on request to The deadline for responses is the 30 April 2017.

Online survey


Collection for refugees / East Lothian foodbank

A collection is being made at the church for refugees in Europe.  The items being requested are:
– Good quality clothing for men, women and children
– Sturdy shoes, boots and wellies
– Blankets and sleeping bags
– Camping gear
– Mobile phones and chargers
These items can be brought to the church on or before Sunday 9th April. Alternatively they can be taken to any of the swim centres in East Lothian.
Also, the church is continuing to collect items for the East Lothian Foodbank.  The collection is now once a month on the first Sunday of the month, so there will be a collection this coming Sunday.

Gullane and Athelstaneford Oil Club

A oil-buyers club has been set up for the village (and Gullane) to get discounts on the bulk purchase of domestic heating oil (kerosene):

As an example, an order this week is being placed at  £0.4150 per litre (excluding vat  @ 5% for Domestic use).

If you’re interested in joining the club, please use the link above – the more members the greater the potential discount!

‘World of Work’ at Athelstaneford Primary School

world-of-work-e1486926054483-672x372Dear Parents, Carers, Grandparents, Aunties, Uncles, Local Residents & all………..

Pop Up Businesses  – CAR WASH & HAND MASSAGE

Before the February break, the school classes welcomed a number of visitors to hear about a wide and varied range of jobs. There were great discussions and thoughtful questioning throughout as well as the opportunity to try out some of the skills needed. The culmination of the week was P1-3 and P4-7 running their own pop-up businesses, hand massage and car washing.

Following the success of these pop-up businesses the children are going to re-invest their profit and run them for the next few weeks again.

This will give the children the opportunity to now understand the cost of running a business as they will have to buy their own products, make a payment to those who donated their products to start up the businesses and work out if they are charging enough to cover their costs.

The two businesses will be run on a book ahead only system. We will be able to offer 2 car washes and 2 hand massages each week on a Thursday afternoon. Both services will be priced at £3.

Please contact Mrs Cameron in the office if you would like to book a slot – 01620 880 241.

Customer Feedback

“The car washing team did an amazing job getting the months of mud and dirt removed from my car. It was so shiny and clean my family almost didn’t recognise the car!!! Great job – I’ll be back and would thoroughly recommend ” Mrs S Morgan