Who we are

THE COMMUNITY COUNCIL is made up of 12 volunteers who live or work in North Berwick. The main purpose of the Community Council is to find out the views and wishes of the community and clearly express them to the Local Authority or other relevant organisations while taking a view on what is best for the community as a whole,

Next meeting

The 515th Public Meeting of the Royal Burgh of North Berwick Community Council will be held in the Hope Rooms, Forth Street on Tuesday 2nd April 2019.

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Another update from Sandy at the MET office regarding.... you guessed it, the weather...

We are still expecting quite unpleasant weather conditions tomorrow with a mixture of rain, sleet & snow across much of the country, however the forecast snow amounts look less than was messaged yesterday.

Here we will mostly see slushy roads, some surface water and unpleasant driving conditions over the weekend, turning quite cold Saturday night in to Sunday with some patchy icy stretches possible.
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We’ve had a weather update from Sandy as follows.

A low impact warning with the peak speeds generally occurring after dark this evening, however we are expecting very strong winds in places so could see some power interruptions and some transport disruption, particularly if any trees are blown down.

Further outlook remains quite unsettled this week with another band of heavy rain and strong winds on Wednesday night.

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North Berwick Environment Trust
is holding its AGM ‪on Thursday, 14 March‬, in St Andrew Blackadder at 7.30pm.

Founded in 1974, the Trust is marking 45 years of service to the community by asking its members to approve a change of name to the 'North Berwick Environment and Heritage Trust’.

Secretary Professor Jonathan Best said: “Using the word ‘Heritage' recognises the Trust’s widening scope of activities and interests. A revised Constitution will also allow involvement of more members in managing the Trust. There are exciting developments in progress, particularly intended to give local people more of a voice in responding to Planning Applications."
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