A local group of volunteers dedicated to making Haddington a brighter place.
Their efforts has won Haddington the Beautiful Scotland Gold Medal and Best Town in the overall category for RHS Britain in Bloom.
Aims to bring together voluntary and other organisations to advance education and health and provide a meeting place and other facilities.
Locally managed car club franchise. There are currently nine cars available in Haddington, Dunbar, and North Berwick.
A temporary base for Made in East Lothian, the Hub supports the provision of arts and crafts in East Lothian while helping to promote groups and individuals already providing services to the community.
Set up to be the local voice of East Lothian Partnership and strengthen links between communities and area-based services. The Partnerships are the main opportunity for local communities to contribute to the East Lothian Plan.
ELC is the central council hub for East Lothian, covering every aspect of planning, services and community life in the area.
Haddington-based weekly newspaper reporting on events and issues at the core of community life.
Concerned with the promotion of learning opportunities for everyone in the local community. It seeks to find ways for learning to lead to achievement for young people, adults, and communities.
Manages and delivers leisure services (including the management of Aubigny Sports Centre) on behalf of East Lothian Council in order to maximise the financial benefits, provide business development opportunities for the service, and provide clear service improvements for the public.
The aims of the group are to raise public awareness and help develop the appearance/ecology of the river system.
Haddington & District Business Association is responsible for keeping the Haddington economy thriving by acting as the voice for local businesses and supporting the initiative to attract visitors to the town.
Established in 1996, the Haddington and District Amenity Society is a voluntary body of committee members dedicated to the celebration, promotion and protection of the Royal Burgh of Haddington.
Established to provide Haddington and surrounding villages with a cinema experience accessible to all.
The Council take ownership of development, improvement and preservation initiatives for the town, ensuring that Haddington remains a beautiful and vibrant place to live and to visit.
Established in 2013, the Trust aims to transform Haddington into the best small town in Scotland, attracting visitors and business, and developing exceptional facilities and amenities for the town’s residents.
Come and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of Haddington Farmers’ Market where our stallholders offer you a tempting selection of home produced specialities. Markets are on the last Saturday of every month from 9am – 1pm in Court St, Haddington
A smart, online way to buy produce directly from local farmers and artisan food makers. Open every week.
The Trust’s aims are to preserve Haddington House Garden as an open precinct for the enjoyment of the public and to encourage the study of old Scottish gardens and gardening methods.
Started in 1981, the band was the Scottish Pipe Band of the Year in 2009. Now a fully established community organisation and registered charity, it is seen as an institution in Haddington.
Haddington Rotary Club is an essential part of the fabric of Haddington, and in 2010 celebrated 50 years of service to our community. Members come from wide variety of backgrounds and support many local and international organisations and provide assistance to many deserving causes.
Organises and promotes twinning activity between Haddington and Aubigny sur Nère in France.
The John Gray Centre houses East Lothian’s Archaeology, Museum, Archives & Local History and the Haddington Library. The centre encourages the people of East Lothian to explore and engage with the history of the community and develop East Lothian Council’s heritage services.
The Academy is Haddington’s non-denominational, co-ed secondary school, dedicated to John Knox.
The campus is extensive and houses excellent facilities after major refurbishment works in 2005.
The Trust is a charity, founded by the late Duchess of Hamilton to bring together “a whole community” by restoring some derelict buildings at the south end of Haddington and making them available for community use.
A registered charity whose purpose is to promote and encourage the study, practice and knowledge of the visual arts and crafts in East Lothian.
The third sector interface for East Lothian. Provides support, learning and development opportunities for individuals and organisations through its volunteering, organisational support, youth, adventure and wellbeing teams.
With over 40 miles of stunning coastline, golden beaches, rolling countryside, award-winning attractions, excellent food & drink and the world’s finest links golf courses, we have the best of Scotland! East Lothian is a great place to visit, live and work. Have a look at just some of the things that make this a wonderful place.