The NBHTA beach huts on the harbour esplanade will soon be opening again. We have huts available for rent for the 2020 summer season. These are available to local community groups or individuals who could benefit from a space to support their cause or display their products. Preference will be given to schemes which support the charitable objectives of NBHTA (found on our website www.nbharbour.org.uk) For further details please contact our Chairperson Jane; contact details at our website.
Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Ltd (NnGOWL) are submitting an application to Marine Scotland for safety zones at the Neart na Gaoithe Offshore Wind Farm. As required under the guidance on such applications and in line with the standard process, NnGOWL are undertaking consultation with ports deemed local to the project.
The application can be found here
The current round of the Co-op Local Community Fund scheme has completed. We are delighted to report that NBHTA received over £1000 thanks to Co-op customers registering to support us. This money will be used for new safety equipment around the harbour.
Our friends and neighbours, the North Berwick RLNI are one of the recipients on the latest round of the Co-op community fund. Hopefully they will be supported as generously as we have been.
Thanks to all that contributed.
Laser ll No 2253 for sale: Hull; Standing Rigging; Foils; Launch Trolley and Cover.
For details and offers please contact Secretary@nbharbour.org.uk
This year’s RNLI Fete will be held on Saturday 27th July at the Lifeboat Shed and beach front.
- Town Parade starts at 12.30 to be joined by pipe band
- Lifeboat Queen crowning at 1.00pm followed by official opening
- Live Band
- Steak Rolls
- Face Painting
- Home Baking
- Grand Raffle Draw 4.00pm
This year the vintage car display will assemble on the Esplanade from about 11.30am prior to their parade around town.
The vintage vehicles will return to the Esplanade and will remain on display to the public through the afternoon until about 4.00pm
Access to all harbour facilities will be maintained throughout the day.
The following letter detailing arrangements for dinghy parking during this year’s Fringe By The Sea event has been sent to harbour users.
The NBHTA beach huts on the harbour esplanade will soon be opening again. We have huts available for rent for the 2019 summer season. These are available to local community groups or individuals who could benefit from a space to support their cause or display their products. Preference will be given to schemes which support the charitable objectives of NBHTA (found on our website www.nbharbour.org.uk) For further details please contact our Chairperson Jane; contact details at our website.
NBHTA have joined the Co-op Local Community Fund scheme. If you register to support us then when you buy Co-op branded goods in store, and present your card, our fund will benefit.
If you are already a Co-op Member, you can easily find us and choose us as your cause – just copy and paste the link.
If you don’t have a membership card:
• Ask for a temporary card in-store and pay £1 (and start contributing immediately) then register your card online (https://www.coop.co.uk/membership ) or by phone.
• Apply for a card online and pay £1 (https://www.coop.co.uk/membership )
Remember to select your chosen good cause – for the avoidance of doubt that’s NBHTA!!
NBHTA invite you to a meeting of harbour stakeholders to be held in East Lothian Yacht Club Clubhouse at 7.30pm on Wednesday 12th September 2018.
NBHTA will provide an update on the ongoing discussions with East Lothian Council and the Scottish Seabird Centre with regard to harbour development.
There will also be an opportunity to present your views on the engagement of stakeholders in future discussions.
The end changing room at the north west corner of the dinghy park (formerly used for Kayak hire) will shortly become available. It is approximately 5m x 6m.
Applications are welcome by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the successful applicant will be the one we consider best fits our charitable purposes (see http://www.nbharbour.org.uk) and the best use of the space at the harbour.