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Gain Level 1 Dinghy Sailing This Month

Gain Level 1 Dinghy Sailing This Month

WHITEADDER WATERSPORTS CENTRE 
Level 1 dinghy sailing course with Andrea ON Tues 21st till 23rd Sept.
Times: 10am until 3pm or all 3 days.
Contact Andrea at massageajd@gmail.com or
phone Alison 01361 890242

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DEFIBRILLATOR AND FIRST AID TRAINING COURSES

DEFIBRILLATOR AND FIRST AID TRAINING COURSES

Lammermuir Community Fund (CELCA) is funding the above training courses over the course of the next couple of months.
Both training courses will be held on a Saturday during the next 6-8 weeks.
An accredited Defibrillator Training Course lasting 2 hours will be provided for a maximum of 20 people, so there should be plenty of places for everyone who wants to attend.
The deadline for responses, which should be sent to the Herald, is 5pm Friday 10th September.

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CELCA Special General Meeting

CELCA Special General Meeting

CELCA (LAMMERMUIR COMMUNITY FUND)
NOTICE OF SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING
TUESDAY 7th September 2021 AT 7.30PM
ONLINE VIA ZOOM (Link via Herald)
Closing Date for applications: Tue 24th Aug (10th Aug for applications over £10,000)
Application for £150,000 for Longformacus Park will be considered

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Windmill Café

Windmill Café

Everyone is invited to drop in to Longformacus Hall for coffee or tea and home baked cakes.
SATURDAY 14th August, 11AM – 1PM,
then 11th Sept, 9th Oct, 13th Nov … and every 4 weeks onwards.

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Wild Flower Planting

Wild Flower Planting

LCC would like to hear from anyone who would like to be involved in an initiative to plant up suitable roadside areas, forgotten corners and publicly visible banking, with a mixture of wildflower seeds, plant plugs and other suitable native flora. If you are...

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Litter Picking Initiative

The LCC has recently purchased a number of litter picking kits to lend to local residents who may wish to pick any litter that they come across in our area. We have everything you need, including pickers, tabards, gloves, bag hoops and suitable plastic bags, including...

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