Dunbar Community and Police Partnership

The Community and Police partnership (CAPP) are a group who meet at various locations throughout East Lothian, working together in Partnership to deal with local issues. They meet at various times during the year.
Dunbar and East Linton Ward met recently on the 23rd of September and their priorities have been agreed for the next period. The next meeting will be held on 24/10/19 at 7.30pm within Dunbar Police Station.
Any queries or to influence future meetings please email – DunbarEastLintonCPT@scotland.pnn.police.uk



1650 Battle of Dunbar Re-enactment

  Battle of Dunbar (1650)

The Battle of Dunbar re-enactment weekend took place on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September 2019 aiming to bring to life the dramatic events of Cromwell’s early-morning assault, which turned the tide of the campaign and brought disaster upon the last great army of Covenanters.

LIVING HISTORY AND RE-ENACTMENT WEEKEND

TIMETABLE (both days)
11.00 Living history camps open
11.30 Giant map presentation

12.00 Cromwellian infantry display - arena display by the English foot soldiers

12.30 Scots Lancers display - see the Scottish cavalry put through their paces
13.00 Skirmish at the shepherd’s hut - an English outpost is surprised by the Scots the day before the battle
13.30 Scottish foot display - see the grey-coated infantry at their drills
14.00 Children’s Battle - time for the youngsters to get involved
14.30 Councils of War - listen in as the commanders make their crucial decisions
15.00 BATTLE OF DUNBAR - look on as a key phase of the battle is recreated before you
16.00 Book launch - a new study of the battlefield by local historian Arran Johnston
17.00 Camps close


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