Jul 172013
 

Fraser Centre LogoFrom The Fraser Centre Community Trust

We are currently recruiting a Development Worker to drive forward this exciting learning, development, arts and entertainment centre in Tranent.

We are looking for an exceptional individual who is passionate, visionary and has the ability to put the community at the heart of everything they do.

This is an exciting position that requires organisational and events/promotional skills and experience.

The post is funded for 34 weeks with options to extend.

£30,000 pro rata (30 hours per week)

Download an application pack from our Website www.thefrasercentre.com/jobs

Closing date for applications is noon on Monday 29th July 2013

Jul 082013
 

Police ScotlandA man has been arrested and charged in connection with an alleged serious sexual assault that happened during a taxi journey from Edinburgh to East Lothian in the early hours of Saturday 1st June.

The 22-year-old is scheduled to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court today (Monday).

Enquiries into this incident are ongoing and police remain keen to trace the taxi driver, who is asked to contact police immediately and assist with their investigation.

Jul 042013
 

Police ScotlandA 32-year-old man has been charged with reportedly making offensive and inappropriate comments to an 11-year-old girl in East Lothian.

The incident happened around 3.30pm yesterday (Wednesday) on Longiddry Beach and the male is scheduled to appear at Haddington Sheriff Court today.

Police are keen to trace an elderly man, who was walking a black terrier-type dog on the beach at the time, and was approached by the girl for assistance shortly after the offence took place.

This male, and anyone else with information that can assist police with their enquiries is asked to come forward immediately.

Anyone with information can contact Police Scotland on 101 or alternatively, the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111

Jul 032013
 

Our Events Calendar has been a popular part of our website for some time now but we recently found a way to make it much easier for you to post your events.

The Events page now has a button that allows you to complete all the details yourself. As you can see from the image below, the button appears on the top right of the calendar window:

AddEvent
All you have to do is click the button and enter your details in the form that pops up:

EventDetails

Once completed, submit the form and one of our web monkeys will check it out.

Providing the submission is suitable for our “Family Website”, the event will be posted to our site (usually within 24 hours).

That’s it, dead easy. No registration, no signing in, just fill in the form and click Submit!

We will display your event on our calendar as well as sending the occasional post to Facebook and Twitter to get the world’s attention. Best of all, all this is FREE!

Click Here to Get Started

You can, of course, continue to submit your events via our Contact Form but using our DIY system will get your events on our site more quickly and will give you much more control over the content of your listing.

Happy Posting from us all at the ELFM web team 😉

Jul 032013
 

Police EmblemPolice Scotland is appealing for assistance from a taxi driver, who may be able to assist with an ongoing serious sexual assault investigation.

The incident was reported to detectives on Thursday 6th June, having occurred in the early hours of Saturday 1st June.

A 23-year-old woman had been drinking with a male at the Cav nightclub in Tollcross, Edinburgh, before the pair shared a black cab to East Lothian at around 3.20am.

After being dropped off at her home address in Ormiston, the woman then contacted police later that week to report having been assaulted during the journey.

Officers have since been carrying out various lines of enquiry to trace the taxi driver and are now issuing a public appeal for him to come forward.

The victim was wearing a black and white polka dot dress.

Detective Inspector Carol Craig said:

We are keen to trace the driver of this vehicle as soon as possible to establish the full circumstances surrounding this incident.

Any black cab drivers who believe they picked up a couple near the Cav nightclub on the Saturday 1st June, before travelling to East Lothian, is asked to contact police immediately.

Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101 or alternatively, the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111