Welcome!

Oldhamstocks is a small village on the edge of the county of East Lothian, consisting of around 200 people residing in the shadows of the Lammermuir Hills. The purpose of this website is to keep the community and others up to date with all things Oldhamstocks!

This picture below shows the church and is taken looking east from the Haystall Hill.

General Information

Check out the side menu for :

πŸ“° Blog - the latest news on the village and surrounding area

πŸŽ… Winter Weather Community (Resilience) Information - (temporary page) giving winter weather advice

🏑 β›ͺπŸ πŸ•ŒπŸ¦ The Village - giving more background information on Oldhamstocks

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βš” History - offers a great insight on the village, past and present

✝ Oldhamstocks Church - giving more information about the Kirk

πŸ“Έ Picture Gallery - fantastic images of past events and outings

🎬 Videos - links to various videos including films, aerial tours and information videos of East Lothian and Berwickshire

βš“ One Man and His Boat - videos chronicling the journey of Barry Brunton to build his new Cygnus 21

πŸ“œ Reports/Plans & Minutes - Area Reports and Minutes of local organisations

πŸŒ€ Wind Farms - information of wind farms around the village and the community benefits they provide

πŸ›«β›΅πŸŒŽπŸ’» Interactive Maps and Live Cameras - flight and shipping maps, tide tables and 24/7 webcams from various local locations

πŸ“² Links - useful contacts for information, business or pleasure

We also have an Instagram page which is featured below, and is used to post pictures. Finally we have a link to the Village Facebook page.

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Recent satellite picture (unusually taken from the North)

Oldhamstocks is set in beautiful countryside.

Most of the cottages date back to the 19th Century.

Mill Walk bridge rebuilt in 2014.

A spring visitor to the Market Cross.

Flower Show 2019

One of the cottages in the village was featured in Homes and Antiques and The Sunday Post.

The village by winter moonlight

The Church belfry against a winter sky

Friendly locals

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Our community decided that we needed a new Village Hall so we have been consulting and planning since 2013! If you want to see the timeline of the process so far, click on the picture above or find it in the menu bar.

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