• It began with the re-building of Eric's bridge which was opened by Eric himself in October 2013

  • The rescue of a stricken fishing boat from East Sands in St Andrews

  • The Planting of our commemorative tree by Angus Provost Helen Oswald

  • The unveiling of our commemorative bench in March 2014

  • The opening of our East Haven Maritime and Heritage Exhibition in April 2014

  • The amazing Heritage Bunting which was displayed at our exhibition in April 2014

  • Children helped to create a pebble beach around our refurbished fishing dinghy in March 2014

  • Beautiful spring daffodils in our refurbished fishing dinghy - March/April 2014

  • The hard work of refurbishing our large fishing boat began in March and was completed in June 2014.

  • We leased ground from Angus Council and created a large gravel bed for the boat to be sunk in to.

  • A series of dry stone walls were built.

  • Residents dug in tons of compost and top soil to prepare the ground ready for our community garden

  • A small road was built to enable car parking in the farmers field for our events.

  • Free refreshments for cyclists and walkers raised over £600 for the charity Mary's Meals.

  • Over 1000 bedding plants were brought on in greenhouses and sheds all over the village

  • Karen Laing, Beechgrove's Garden Designer produced a design to bring our seafaring history into our garden by way of a series of wave beds, walls and specially chosen plants

  • We signed the pledge with clean up Scotland and Clean up Angus.

  • We held several beach cleans supported by Carnoustie Squadron 2449

  • We provided refreshments and information about our heritage to 160 visiting cub scouts from Dundee and Angus.

  • We became a key partner with Carnoustie Canine Capers and worked to improve dog fouling in the area

  • We compiled a book of your memories about living in or visiting East Haven.

  • Our boat was lowered into position and the Beechgrove Garden Team arrived.

  • The children in the village planted 30 trees from Woodland Trust Scotland

  • George Anderson from Beechgrove - Just taking a wee break!

  • Large areas of the garden were re-turfed

  • Bob Falconer and Lynn Groves painted the East Haven 800 emblem in the village square

  • Filming began and we were able to begin planting our beautiful garden

  • Walls were completed and plants positioned according to Karen's master plan!

  • East Haven got it's first temporary Pub/Bistro courtesy of Jean!

  • Eight little flower boats were created representing one for every 100 years of our history. They were decorated with flags of the Commonwealth.

  • Our beautiful garden was finally completed on 27th June 2014

  • We had a fantastic time working with the Beechgrove Garden Team

  • We presented the Beechgrove Garden team with a painting of 'The Sisters' by local artist Brian Petrie as a token of our appreciation.

  • We held a small market in recognition that East Haven was granted the right to hold a market in 1541

  • We welcomed the Queen's Baton Relay on 28th June

  • The arrival of the Baton was heralded by former resident and Piper, John Hill.

  • The children of Woodlands Primary School created an East Haven Heritage Story Board

  • The children of Burnside Primary School created an East Haven Heritage Story Board

  • The children of Carlogie Primary School created an East Haven Heritage Story Board

  • Carnoustie High School, Heritage Story Board

  • Our Maritime and Heritage Festival was held on 23rd August 2014

  • You came from all over the UK, Europe and as far away as Australia

  • We showcased our commemorative music composed by Gregor Beattie

  • Brian Petrie designed a story board for our Heritage Point

  • Our wonderful new Heritage Point was opened by Shona Smith in August

  • In September we were awarded SilverGilt by Beautiful Scotland for 'Wee Village in Bloom'.

  • We won the VisitScotland Tourism Award for 2014

  • We won the Herald Society Community Project of the Year in November 2014