Listed below are links which also appear in the text and take you to
relevant pages within this website:
DVA's Sustainability Policy
Contact the DVA via this form
Committee Members of DVA
Print off a membership form her
Meetings dates of the Dirleton Village Association
Minutes of DVA Meetings
Winter Resilience Plan
Dirleton Village Association (the DVA) is a Scottish Registered Charity (SCO17163). The charitable aims of the Association are set out in our Constitution
and are primarily to preserve and improve the character of Dirleton village, encouraging high standards of planning and architecture through stimulating public awareness, co-operating with bodies with similar interests, and pursuing these aims using methods of communication compatible with the Association’s charitable nature. The DVA has annually elected office holders and committee
Membership of the DVA is open to anyone interested in these aims, whether a resident or not. Membership subscriptions are currently £5 for an adult, £10 for a family and £3 for a senior citizen. The membership year runs from September to August for one year but you can join at any time during that year. If you are interested in joining the DVA please get in touch with us using the Contact Form
on this website. Or print off a membership form here
. Membership of the DVA entitles you, your family and visitors to favourable entry rates to Dirleton Castle.
The DVA usually holds ten meetings a year in the Kirk Hall. Dates and times are listed in the Events Diary
, and within Meeting dates of the Dirleton Village Association
of each month’s meetings are stored on this website once they have been approved at the next meeting.
The DVA performs a valuable role in the community and we would encourage you to support this through membership and/or donations. For example, during 2015 we have closely monitored the effect of the Main Issues Report and other individual planning applications on Dirleton and the surrounding area, supported the local Primary School with a significant donation towards the purchase of staging, raised money to provide and maintain summer hanging baskets around the village green, and improved communications within the village and for visitors by setting up this website and organising a new village noticeboard.