Turn your garden or your living room into your own personal basecamp this weekend and stream some of the quality festival entertainment right onto your screen. The best part – all proceeds go to supporting the NHS Charities. Every “camping fee” donation of £2 (or more if you like) will help NHS staff with food, assistance packages, sleeping pods and emotional support.
How to access the festival?
East Lammermuir Community Council are funding a series of ONLINE health and wellbeing classes to support our community.
From the week beginning Monday 11th May, and for 3 weeks, Caroline Foster and Jill Sandford from Spott will offer yoga and pilates classes entirely free of charge:
Yoga for all levels: Tuesday 10:30am
Pilates for all: Wednesday at 6pm
Both classes 45 minutes
An additional mini meditation /breath work will be added soon.
Please email Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest and for joining instructions.
First Minister Statement
On 23 April 2020, I set out the framework we will use for decision making as we continue to supress COVID-19 and minimise its harms, while also seeking to ease the lockdown.
There are no simple solutions to the challenges that lie ahead, and no quick-fixes that will allow us to lift restrictions quickly or dramatically. However, we know how important it is to restore as much normality to life as soon as we can.
In the weeks and months ahead we will all need to continue to play our part in Scotland’s response to the disease. To protect each other, our lives are not going to go back to exactly how they were. Instead, we will need to continue to adapt our behaviour to reduce the risk of the disease spreading. We will need to continue with physical distancing and good hand and respiratory hygiene, including the appropriate use of face coverings.
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The CO-OP have launched an online community support platform, Co-operate, to connect you to those who need support, and can support, during the crisis.
Co-operate’s mission is to help people make good things happen in communities:
- Get support or offer support during coronavirus
- Find online activities that help you
- Add an online activity to support and inspire people around you
- Find out how to set up or attend an online activity or event
- Things to do at home
A garden waste collection will take place over two weekends – 2/3 May and 9/10 May.
During these weekends residents should place their brown bin at the kerbside on the relevant Saturday morning no later than 07:00 and leave out until collected which can be up to 4pm on the Sunday.
East Lothian Council crews will collect from all properties however issues may arise out-with their control where they are unable to complete a collection given the scale of the operation being carried out or due to access issues. If this occurs, ELC apologise in advance to any residents who may miss this collection. If your bin is not collected by 4pm on the Sunday please retrieve your brown bin and continue to store your garden waste until ELC have the resources available to attempt collections again.
Young People Action Plan
As coronavirus forces us all to make changes, you can be assured that The Prince’s Trust is still there to support you to cope today and prepare for tomorrow.
If you’re between 16 – 30 years, use this page to find out what they’re doing to be there for you.
They want to assure you that their team of youth workers and volunteers are still on hand through this challenging time. The phone lines, live chat and text service are open from 9am-9pm every day and their Coronavirus Support Hub is also available for advice and guidance. So, don’t feel alone.