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Snowdrops at Archerfield





Snowdrops at Archerfield

DIRLETON NEWS

The following are the most recent reports on meetings and events etc affecting the village
Kirk Sevice for this Sunday and News - Click here
Dirleton Primary School's Monthly Newsletter November 2019
Dirleton School Partnership Minute October 25, 2019 Click here
Minute of Dirleton Village Association September 2019 Meeting
Monthly Police Reports covering the Dirleton area Click here
Dirleton Neighbourhood Watch Click here for recent reports

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
An information pack has been delivered to every household in Dirleton and Archerfield. It includes details of how DART (Dirleton Area Resilience Team ) will work and contact details. It also includes forms for Volunteering and Asking for Assistance.Please use the Contact Form to let us know if you have not received it or need other copies.
GO to the Coronavirus section on thsi website for detiled information which is being updated daily.

Details of the Road Renovations around Kirk Green
This work starts on Monday 10th March and will last approx 4 weeks. If you are having problems gaining access to either the Kirk or the Kirk Hall during this period, do speak to one of the team who will help your access.Parking on the left hand side going down to the Kirk will be restricted during this period but you sholuld be able to park on the opposie side of the Kirk Green on Manse Road. The first week of the work will be mainly investigating the top area of the road, and so parking may be possible on the gravel area in front of the Kirk gates. But in weeks two and three this lower area will be busy with the widening of the road and the laying of whinstone kerbs.
This work relates to the DVA award of £35,000 from the Road's Budget of the North Berwick Coastal Area Partnership for extensive improvements to the straight section of road and parking area leading to the Kirk and Kirk Hall and to deal with the road floodng issues beside Auburn House.
Renovation of Phone Box as a Book Exchange and History Trail The Local Priority Fund of the Community Council has approved a grant of £275 for a history triptych within the phone box. This means the project which is partly funded by Village Voices can now go ahead.

Planning Applications have been lodged for extensive renovations to Auburn House (to the right of the Kirk Hall) and for the premises that formerly housed the Dirleton Gallery on Manse Road. There are two extensive set of plans, which can be viewed on the ELC website. Click here for access to this section of the council website, and then use these two codes to find the applications: 19/1106/LBC and 19/01106/P. If you wish to comment on these applications to the ELC, the closing date is 13th March. For the DVA 's objection to some aspects of this proposal Click here

A Local Campaigner for Thrombectomy operations for Stroke victims is looking for a personal assistant.
You can view the ad at RB WN EL, Personal Assistant/s Required. Click here to view