Visiting East Haven?
East Haven is one of the earliest recorded fishing communities in Scotland dating back to 1214.
The octocentenary of the village was celebrated with a wide range of gardening and heritage projects in 2014.
A new charity called East Haven Together was subsequently launched in 2015. A sustainability strategy linked to the United Nations Global Development Goals underpins the charitable aims of East Haven Together which are to:
Protect and promote the heritage of East Haven
Protect the natural heritage of East Haven
Protect and enhance the natural environment of East Haven
Promote the needs and interests of East Haven and its residents.
Develop and maintain a sustainable community
What We Do
Care for the whole area so that you can enjoy your visit
Help look after the coastal path. Provide cycle racks
Provide clean public toilets between March and October
Provide a dog friendly environment. Pick up any dog poo left behind.
Carry out regular beach cleans and litter picks on the coastal paths. Provide bins.
Protect the dunes and coastal habitats. Plant Lyme and Marram grasses to prevent erosion
Provide safety equipment such as a public access defibrillator and lifebouy
What We Need You To Do
Please walk or cycle if possible. There is little car parking space in the village. Active travel improves health and well-being and reduces carbon emissions
Respect all users of the beach and coastal paths
Pick up after your dog and keep it under control at all times
Please take your litter home or leave it in the bins provided.
Keep to paths. Don't take vehicles onto the beach. Use the BBQ plates on the picnic tables instead of lighting fires.
Take responsibility for your own safety and enjoy your visit.
Scotland's Outdoor Access code
Beautiful Scotland Gold Award, Best Coastal Village and Joint Rosebowl 2022
You Can Make a Difference
Volunteer Your Time
An hour in the gardens
Volunteer Your Time
An hour on the beach
Support our Work
Make a donation
Make a Difference
Every Action Counts