Issue 91 - Spring

East Lothian is famous for its stunning scenery, vibrant culture and spectacular heritage. Not forgetting of course - East Lothian Life - its inspirational, informative and diverse county magazine now in its 26th year of publication.

Packed with a fantastic mix of diverse articles, stunning photographs, great competitions - including bridge and chess, wonderful advertisements - all of which illustrate the rich variety of what's available in East Lothian. It really is an informative and wonderfully presented magazine providing you with a glimpse of a county just waiting to be explored.

East Lothian Life founder Pauline Jaffray has been producing this quality publication for 25 years now and her efforts and achievements were recognised in this year's Queens Awards when she was awarded the prestigious British Empire Medal for services to business and to the East Lothian Community. East Lothian Life was also shortlisted in the 2014 PPA Scottish Magazine Awards - Best Small Publishing Company category.

Enjoy the spring issue of East Lothian Life - which is a great gift for the whole year round and is once again packed with such a diverse range of well written and interesting articles.

Content

East Lothian Homes - A house with a fine pedigree - 73 Millhill.

Amisfield Park and the Aimisfield Preservation Trust.

East Lothian Villages - Luggate Burn.

Memoirs of a field tractor driver.

Art Matters - Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929).

Sir Ronald Pechell, BT remembered - a Dunbar lifeboat.