As our wonderful 800th year draws to a close we have created a new page called East Haven 800 in pictures to provide a comprehensive visual overview of our octocentenary year. Sincere thanks to everybody for all your involvement and support. We will also create a new page for our Blog in 2015 so we do hope you will keep in touch and continue your support in the new year.
It has taken us some time but our commemorative music is now available on CD. Not only that, but in addition to the wonderful brass version which was premiered at our festival we now have a version complete with vocals. Katie Barnett sings the beautifully haunting lyrics also written by Gregor Beattie. If you live locally and would like a copy it can be obtained from Fobels in Carnoustie or Simpsons Golf Shop. Alternatively it can be obtained by contacting Stan Beattie at 11 Long Row in East Haven or Wendy Murray. Wendy is away between the 21st and 30th December so Stan might be easier to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or wendy on email@example.com or 01241 857778.
We are trying to raise £300 to build a cairn to raise money for 'Mary's Meals'. Please will you vote for us using the link below. Please note that you don't have to tick to opt into the marketing option.
Ray Carrol sent us this link to an HMS Peewit badge for sale on e-bay. Amazing to see it but it should be in our signal tower museum!
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We were in Forfar this evening giving a presentation to other community groups on Pride in Place. It is now widely recognised that levels of happiness and well-being are directly linked to the quality of the environment in which you live. We have become passionate about keeping our little village, clean, safe and litter free. When we were out litter picking a couple of weeks ago several people stopped and told us how much they would like to live in a community like East Haven where people know each other and care about the environment. I always respond by letting people know that it wasn't always like this and that many people didn't know each other before we started working on our villlage improvments. However, gardening and litter picking really bring people toegther in such a positive way. Such simple things to do but so worthwhile.