Church coffee morning

Saturday 18 November (10am- 12pm) 

@ the Village Hall – 

All are welcome – there will be teas / coffees and a bring and buy stall (in aid of church funds).


Christmas Fair – sponsors / donations sought!

We are a small rural village school so the fundraising committee regularly run events that take place in Athelstaneford Village Hall. These include a pop up Pub, Summer Family Fun days, Harvest Festivals, Curry Nights and the Christmas Fair to name but a few. This creates the opportunity for the children, parents and the local community and businesses to get together, have some fun and most importantly raise some funds for our wee school!

By helping to sponsor the Christmas Fair you can help us to offset the cost of any food, refreshments, activities and hall hire so that all profits can go straight back to the school. We would love your help to make our Christmas Fair this year as successful as possible, no matter how big or small your business or contribution is.

You can get in touch via email or by calling one of the phone numbers in this letter.

The Athelstaneford Parent Council Fundraising Committee

Special church service at St Mary’s (Whitekirk)

Sunday 15th October (11am) 

@ St Mary’s Whitekirk –

A special service to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the rededication of the church after the 1914 fire and to launch the Forth to Farne Pilgrim route, which will connect North berwick to Lindisfarne.  All children (and adults) welcome to join us in the celebration and dress in  period dress for the early 1900s. A prize for the best costume.

Fundraising event this Saturday

Saturday 16 September 2017 (3-5pm) 

@ the Village Hall – 

Fundraising event in aid of Richmond’s Hope, a charity which works with children who have been bereaved. All money raised will go to support children from East Lothian.

There will be tea, coffee, juice, scones and cakes plus games and activities for all ages. There will also be a speaker from Richmond’s Hope who will give a short presentation about the work they do with children.
The fundraising is a whole village effort with various organisations taking part, the school, the church, bowling club, WI and some of the classes which meet in the village hall. So please do come along and support this worthwhile cause.