Dec 152011
Haddington Hogmanay Party 2011

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The Corn Exchange in Haddington is going to be a very busy place this Christmas. We’ve already told you about Haddington on Skates and you might have seen a small post in our Calendar about the Hogmanay party but the event is so special, we really had to tell you a bit more.

The Lymphoma Association ( has spent the last 25 years supporting the estimated 75,000 people in the UK that have Lymphoma. Over 13,500 people a year are given this diagnosis. It’s the fifth most commonly diagnosed form of Cancer.

So what could be better than enjoying a fantastic New Year party and at the same time, raising money for such a fantastic cause?

The Biggest and Last Party in Haddington this year kicks off at 7.30pm in the Corn Exchange. Music is provided by the Spangles and there will be a licensed bar, food and, of course, a Raffle! There is a PURPLE THEME for the evening. So show your support for the Lymphoma Association by wearing their colours.

Tickets are £12 each or £30 for the family.

Tickets are on sale at the Cancer Research Shop and the Corn Exchange, both in Haddington.

Dec 052011

With Music from ELFM

This Christmas the Rotary Club of Haddington and East Lothian Council are turning the Corn Exchange, Haddington into a festive skating rink and East Lothian FM are providing the music to keep you moving!

We are going to be playing the best holiday tunes to keep everyone entertained and keeping the rest of East Lothian in the loop by broadcasting live from our studio on Market Street.

This is a charity event in aid of Rotary’s End Polio Now campaign, so as well as having a fantastic time on the ice we will be raising money for a very worthwhile cause.

Find out more on the Haddington on Skates website at and stay tuned to East Lothian FM for all the latest information on this amazing event.

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Dec 012011

Tiegan McIntyreThis week’s East Lothian Courier covers a story about Tiegan; a recent guest of our Sunday Morning presenter Davie Martin.

From the article:

Windygoul Primary School pupil Tiegan McIntyre was ‘discovered’ by Tranent DJ Davie Martin when the youngster recorded a demo track in his studio and then appeared on his Sunday morning show on community radio station East Lothian FM.

Davie is well-known across the county for providing entertainment and singers free-of-charge to various local fundraising events and currently has a team of about six regular performers who are always ready and willing to belt out a few tunes for a good cause.

You can find the full article by visiting the Courier Website HERE!