North Berwick Community Resilience
organised by North Berwick Community Council
Christmas Lights 2020
Due to Coronavirus restrictions, our Christmas Lights switch on ceremony has gone virtual!
• Join your street by switching on your own festive lights at 4.30pm
• Join your neighbours in a sing-along from your doorstep after 4.30pm with music led by North Berwick High School
Thank you to the following local businesses, trusts and groups who have sponsored the Christmas Lights this year:
Time & Tide, Meg Maitland, North Berwick Pharmacy, Boots, Patricia Dudgeon Designs, Etc..., Westgate Gallery, Turnbull's Home Hardware, So & Co Accessories, Heart & Sole, Gannon Sports, Rock & Bird, Anderson's Quality Butchers, Wilson's Fresh Farm Produce, Steven Butcher Art, Round About Data, Loco, Co-Op, North Berwick Opticians, Gilsland Caravan Park, RT McEwan Haulage, Joinery Erection Services Ltd, the Baptist Church, Stella Moffat Trust.
Thank you to everyone who has made a donation to the lights via www.gofundme.com/northberwickchristmaslights - please keep donating.
Who are we?
The North Berwick Community Emergency Resilience Plan was developed by North Berwick Community Council in partnership with the community and the Resilient Communities Team at East Lothian Council. It is there for emergencies where statutory and voluntary services need extra help and support. We use the plan to identify the risks faced by people across our community, in particular people who are most at risk, and to mobilise community volunteers and resources.
We have a Community Emergency Coordinator for the plan who draws together a team of volunteers who set up and deliver the emergency plan. The plan is in place until services are able to manage again.
The Emergency Resilience Plan was most recently enacted just prior to the whole country entering lockdown in March 2020, following the outbreak of COVID-19. In line with shielding requirements, the Emergency Plan stood down on July 31st. If you still need help, you can find details of who to contact by clicking here.
This website will remain active and be used again during future emergency situations.