Many thanks to those who took part in the Christmas wreath-making workshops in December, both in the Hall and at home. There have been some very beautiful wreaths adorning the doors of Tyninghame village (and beyond!). The winner of the wreath-making workshop was Sabina Struthers, her wreath can be seen in the bottom left of the collage.
To celebrate the festive season in 2020, the Tyninghame community will be displaying the Twelve Days of Christmas in windows throughout the village! This will begin on the 12th December. In addition the bus stop has been given a festive overhaul and there is the opportunity to leave notes for fellow villagers or even messages for Father Christmas himself.
Our usual programme of community events is still on hold since the raison d’etre is to bring locals together and so necessarily involves large gatherings. In the meantime, we have conducted a community consultation to provide pointers to what issues and interests local people want to get actively involved in. A drop-in session was held in the Hall on the 3rd October 2.30 – 5pm. This helped us to set the agenda for a future programme of community action and events in Tyninghame. For more information, please see the “Community” page.
Tyninghame Village Hall is a listed building in the centre of a unique conservation village in the beautiful East Lothian countryside.
For many years the hall has provided a stunning setting for a wide variety of indoor activities from wedding ceremonies and art classes to children’s parties and craft fairs.
This lovely banqueting hall – originally the village bakehouse, remodelled in 1842 – with its centrepiece log fire, south-facing windows and views across the Lammermuir Hills, provides a stunning and magical location for any event.
Tyninghame Village Hall, EH42 1XL, is 2 miles east of the picturesque village of East Linton, 5 miles west of Dunbar, 7 miles south of North Berwick and approx 25 miles from Edinburgh.
Tyninghame Village Hall is a registered charity: SCO47531