Scotland’s Census is the official count of every person and household in the country. It usually takes place every 10 years. The census asks questions about people’s age, sex, home and living situation, employment, education and qualifications, as well as ethnicity. Every household in Scotland must complete the census and by doing so are helping to shape Scotland’s future.
Spring is upon us, and this means it’s lambing season. With sheep and their lambs in fields, it is imperative that dogs are kept on a lead and under control. Even if you think your dog would never chase sheep, this cannot be guaranteed, so please be prepared and keep your dog on a lead until well away from sheep and other livestock. Continue reading “Sheep Worrying”
BEAR Scotland, acting on behalf of Transport Scotland, are planning to carry out essential resurfacing works to a section of the A1 trunk road, at the northbound approach to Thistly Cross roundabout. The works are programmed to be carried out under a full road closure from Dunbar to Haddington between 7:30pm – 6am from Tuesday 1st to Friday 4th March, with a signed diversion route in place. Please click for location plans and diversion routes for the works.