On 5 December we welcome June Tainsh. June is a garden designer and worked at Amisfield Walled Garden for three years as volunteer coordinator prior to taking over the derelict garden at Gilmerton House.  Her role here is to develop a community beneficial space and restore the garden to a productive working site.

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Our talks take place on the first Tuesday of the month from September to the following June (but excluding January), at 7.30pm in Aberlady Kirk Stables.

Talks Programme 2017-2018

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Ailsa Fortune

Par for the Ladies
Ailsa’s talk will be preceded by our Annual General Meeting commencing at 6:30pm

3 October

Tim Porteous

The Story of Kentigern and Thanea

7 November

Lord Lyon, King of Arms

Scottish Heraldry

5 December

June Tainsh, Gilmerton House

Gilmerton Walled Garden Restoration Project

Our guest presenter on 5 December is June Tainsh.  June is a garden designer and worked at Amisfield Walled Garden for three years as volunteer coordinator prior to taking over the derelict garden at Gilmerton House.  She defines her role in the project as developing a community beneficial space and restoring the garden to a productive working site.

6 February 2018

Tara Proud, Marine Conservation Society

The work of the Marine Conservation Society

6 March

Kristian Pederson
University of Edinburgh

Lithic Landscapes Project: Exploring the Hunter-Gatherers of East Lothian

3 April

John Harrison, East Lothian Council

Aberlady Bay Local Nature Reserve

1 May

Fiona Lewis

The Humbie Air Crash

5 June

Barbara Allan, Living Streets

The Living Streets Initiative