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  • 16 Jan 2018 5:07 PM | Thomson (Administrator)

    Photos of Frostbite 2 are available on the website.  They were taken by Derek Braid.

  • 09 Jan 2018 12:51 PM | Macintyre (Administrator)

    Service to be held Friday 12th January at 3pm at Mortonhall crematorium-main chapel and afterwards a get together at the Glen Golf Club, North Berwick. The family realise that some people may not be able to make the service but would like to invite them to the Glen Golf club for a toast to Geoff and the sharing of memories.

    Geoff was a very long standing Club member who served on Committee in 1990s and who was integral part of the development team who oversaw the redevelopment of the Clubhouse in 2002. He was the 'financial controller' who ensured that redevelopment remained in budget and all members owe him their thanks.  

  • 22 Dec 2017 5:14 PM | Macintyre (Administrator)

    It is with sadness that I inform everyone that long standing member Geoff Boyle passed away this afternoon (22 December 2017). More details in due course.

  • 06 Dec 2017 11:53 AM | Thomson (Administrator)

    Photos of Winter Sailing on December 2 are on the website.  They were taken by Ben Wilcox.

  • 12 Nov 2017 6:30 PM | Thomson (Administrator)

    Photos of the 2017 ELYC Prizegiving are now online.  http://www.elyc.org.uk/Prizegiving-2017

    They were taken by David Farmer

  • 08 Nov 2017 9:00 PM | Macintyre (Administrator)

    At East Lothian Council Planning Committee meeting on 7th November, Councillors voted in favour of the Planning Officers recommendation to refuse planning permission for 'alterations and extensions to the Scottish Seabird Centre and adjacent sun lounge'.

    The application is therefore refused.

  • 05 Nov 2017 9:46 PM | Braid (Administrator)

    On the evening of Sunday 5th November 2017, East Lothian Yacht Club held their annual fireworks display at North Berwick Harbour. It was a clear moonlit night and over 1,500 people turned up to watch the spectacular display. For the first time, the Yacht Club set the fireworks off remotely, using a dedicated electronic device. This ensured a continuous display lasting over 20 minutes, with no need for people having to run between the sets of displays with a lighted taper. The display was financially supported by North Berwick Community Council, North Berwick Golf Club, and North Berwick Harbour Trust Association. Entry to the display was by donation and people gave generously, which will ensure a similar display can be held next year.

  • 18 Oct 2017 4:22 PM | Braid (Administrator)
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