Issue 87 - Spring

Delve in to East Lothian through the spring issue of East Lothian Life and explore a remarkable county which enjoys a great diversity and which is reflected through the pages of a magazine which is always packed with a fascinating range of articles. It is a great read and the magazine captures the very essence of this beautiful county.

The stunning front cover by photographer, Laurie Campbell, who is one of Scotland's leading natural history and landscape photographers and his own picture library of over 120,000 images is the most extensive of its kind by any single photographer working in Scotland. www.lauriecampbell.com.

Edward Danks a partner of Paris Steele, WS advises you to make the most of your outdoor space, especially during the spring months when everything is coming to life in your garden.

The Scottish Diaspora Tapestry is Scotland's global story told through the stitches of volunteers in twenty-five countires around the world. This remarkable tapestry has been lovingly created and will be exhibited in East Lothian during the Three Harbous Arts Festival, before travelling further afield.

An account of the Loretto School Borealis Society Expedition to East Greenland when the sixth formers identified a series of physical and academic objectives, which they successfully achieved.

Lest We Forget is the first of a four part series of the contribution and experiences of the people of East Lothian to the Great War. 1914-1918

Wendy Robertson Fyfe continues with her series of articles reflecting on the life and work of John Muir during this year of Homecoming

Keeping fit in mind and body provides a great sense of wellbeing. The opportunity for physical fitness in East Lothian is plentiful and playing Bridge or Chess is very popular.

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Lest We Forget is the first of a four part series of the contribution and experiences of the people of East Lothian to the Great War. 1914-1918

Wendy Robertson Fyfe continues with her series of articles reflecting on the life and work of John Muir during this year of Homecoming

Keeping fit in mind and body provides a great sense of wellbeing. The opportunity for physical fitness in East Lothian is plentiful and playing Bridge or Chess is very popular.