- Friends of Winterfield Park
- Dunbar Community Woodland Group
- Dunbar Trades’ Association
- Friends of Dunbar Station
- Dunbar Shore and Harbour Neighbourhood Group
- Wingate TRA
- Floors Terrace Pensioners Group
- Belhaven Community Garden
- Ashfield TRA
- Trees TRA
- Seafield TRA
- Grammar School Gardeners
- Primary School Eco Group
- Rotary Club of Dunbar
- Dunbar Community Shed
- East Lothian Council Landscape and Countryside
Category Archives: News
We are delighted with our Silver Gilt award from the Beautiful Scotland judging panel, in this, our second year of entering the competition. Despite the slow start to the summer, the judges were impressed with our links to John Muir and working with so many local groups to make the town a more beautiful place […]
Let’s have everything looking spick and span for the Beautiful Scotland judges coming to Dunbar on Monday 27th July. All welcome to the Dunbar in Bloom presentation and tour of the town – email Mary Young for more details.
Please join us in Meeting Room 1 at the Bleachingfield Centre on Tuesday 14th July where we will be discussing the final preparations for the judges’ visit on 27th July.
A big thank you , to everyone for their hard work, towards the 2014 RHS Beautiful Scotland competition.
Graeme and Sarah, attended the prize giving at Dundee on Friday and came back with the great news, of our first community entry, winning a SILVER medal!!
The judges will send their marking sheets to us in the […]
Dunbar has entered the Coastal Town for this years Beautiful Scotland campaign.
The Beautiful Scotland campaign aims to encourage community participation through horticulture and environmental quality improvement work. Keep Scotland Beautiful (KSB), Scotland’s environmental charity, is a member of the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) Britain in Bloom Federation, delivering the Beautiful Scotland campaign in Scotland.
Whilst there […]
In February this year Dunbar in Bloom was formally set up by a small group of local volunteers keen to see improvements in the town. A committee was formed which enabled us to successfuly apply for community grant funding. We have lots of ideas and suggestions about areas of the town that need to be […]
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