The intention behind this page is to help network and link together other organizations, artists and facilities in our local area.
If you would like to be added to our list or are aware of other organizations you think might be appropriate to be included please download this form and return to us with your details added.
Ormiston Grows - Local Organic Produce
Ormiston Grows is a company limited by guarantee established in September 2011 to meet a range of local needs. It is a community business developed and run by the village for the village. It will generate income in these ways:
- running a community shop and café in the Main street
- growing organic vegetables and fruits for sale in the shop on a plot of land in the village
- developing a range of environmental projects based on ideas from people in the village
- running classes and social events
01875 - 898 189
Ormiston Village Art Club
The club is in its third year with about 20 members who participate regularly. The members range from total beginners to talented artists. The club meets twice a week at Ormiston Library (5a Meadowbank)
- Mondays 7-9pm
- Wednesdays 10am-12noon
The club is looking for new members to join them for outings to exhibitions and museums.
Contact: Marion 01875 612425
The Pathhead Choir
Directed by Gina Rae and Sophie Bancroft. Wednesday evenings 8-9.30pm.
ST MARY'S CHURCH, 48a Main Street, PATHHEAD, EH37 5QB
£30 for 7 weeks / Over 14s
Gospel, Jazz, Folk, Soul and RnB / Develop vocal technique / Sing great songs / Have fun!
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pathhead Music Collective
An independent group of professional folk, jazz and indie musicians based in and around Pathhead.
Humbie Box Office
A local film club in Humbie, see what films are being shown in the next few weeks >>>
Haddington Community Cinema
New community run cinema providing a cinema experience available to all.
Haddington Business Association
The beautiful market town of Haddington, which lies at the heart of picturesque East Lothian, is a great place to shop. It’s full of interesting independently-owned shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants and a travel agent, all of which offer high-quality hand-picked merchandise and friendly personal service.
Soutra Medieval Hospital
The Soutra Hospital research project (SHARP) has now been reconstituted as a charity under the name 'Soutra Archeo-Medicine'.
It is a recognised Scottish Charity with the number: SC 028126.
With this status a re-invigorated appeal for new research funding is being made.
You can help support the investigation by becoming a friend of Soutra Archeo-Medicine. Download and complete this form (pdf) and return to:
Dr. Brian Moffat, SHARP HQ, 5 Fala Village, Pathhead. EH37 5SY Scotland
Fala, Soutra & District History & Heritage Society
Meetings of the Society will be held in Fala Village Hall on the last Thursday of each month (except December) at 7.30 pm.
The 104 metre Prestonpans Tapestry tells the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie's journey from France to victory at Prestonpans in 1745.