New On Demand Bus Service for East Lothian

New On Demand Buss Service fully live. First 100 chargeable rides are FREE!! All Transport Scotland concessionary fares using the National Entitlement card and Young Persons Under 22 cards accepted. Use it or loose it!

DRT Route 131 is a Demand Responsive Transport 3-month trial from funding from the community bus fund, using 17-seater low floor wheelchair accessible bus.

The DRT operation service hours would be linked to commuting services Mondays to Fridays 0700-2100and from direct points only from the area covered: Oldhamstocks, Dunglas, Bilsdean, Innerwick, Thorntonloch, Skateraw and Broxburn to:

• Asda spot road – and access to the public bus services

• Dunbar Railway Station – Access to train services.

• Dunbar Medical practice – Access to medical appointments.

Booking by 4pm on the day BEFORE travel via the app or by phone.

iOS (Apple) app

Android app…

Or by Phone: 01368 865500

1) Operator confirms booking or suggest a suitable time if other bookings have already been made close to that time.

2) Operator informs passenger of pickup point either a bus stop or a suitable point near their location.

3) Passenger arrives at pickup point and is collect and taken to one of the three drop off points.

The map shows the Bus stops and the fare zones are in the table below:

Open Public Meeting – 7pm Monday 27th February at Innerwick village Hall

There are currently 12 known proposals to build new electricity infrastructure in and around East Lammermuir, with potentially very significant impacts on our local area. East Lothian Council and East Lammermuir Community Council invite you to AN OPEN PUBLIC MEETING with all known developers, East Lothian Council and elected representatives, providing updates from:

  • Scottish Government (Paul McLennan MSP)
  • East Lothian Council
  • All known developers proposing to work here, or already doing so
  • East Lothian Winds of Change
  • Construction Traffic Management Group
  • East Lammermuir Community Council
    What is proposed ?
    Local people’s views
    What would be the impact on the community during
    Possible benefits to the local community &

Belltown Power (Newlands Hill) Update January 2024

Belltown Power representatives Andy Black and Sam McMillan attended the ELCC meeting on Tuesday 23 January 2024.  They gave this presentation about the current state of the application, which is being reviewed by the Energy Consents Unit.  

After taking account of the findings of the recent survey, and the discussion last night, ELCC will submit comments and publish them here at the beginning of February 2024.