Each piece is made up of many hours of interviews with residents. The full interviews will be kept on archive here at Catherine Wheels and at East Lothian Councilâ€™s historical archive department at East Lothian Council Archive Service at the John Gray Centre, Haddington.
This event has been supported by Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022 Community Stories Fund. This fund is being delivered in partnership between VisitScotland and Museums Galleries Scotland with support from National Lottery Heritage Fund thanks to National Lottery players.
Thank you to everyone we spoke to. We know that there are so many others we didnâ€™t speak to, important voices with brilliant stories that we couldnâ€™t fit into this project but still need to be heard. Maybe our small contribution with East Linton Voices is the start of something bigger. There are so many stories still to be told!
In the meantime, a huge thank you to:
Miss Walker and the P5 class from East Linton Primary, the Minister of Prestonkirk – Douglas Hamilton and the ladies who provided the tea and biscuits.
Thank you to everyone we spoke to on Gala Day, 11 June 2022, and sorry to those who didnâ€™t make the final cut!
Special thanks to everyone at Climate Action East Linton (CAEL) who made this project possible and particular thanks to Julia Edmonds.
Jen Newcombe, Garry Menzies, James Telford, Kirsty Macfarlane, Paul Douglas, Alex Perdue, Bau Douglas, Ali MacDougall, Rebecca Buchanan, Gordon Rollo, Alastair Mackenzie Seagroatt, Anna Davidson, Sheena Sheerin, William John Campbell, Nancy Stewart, Conchita Campbell, Margaret Hunter, Iain Govan, Tom Middlemass, Gayle Aitken, Judith Priest, Jack Campbell.
Sound Designer â€“ Coll Reekie
Director â€“ Gill Robertson
Production Manager â€“ Emma Jones
Technician â€“ Neil Dewar
Designer – Leila Kalbassi
Special thanks to Danny Krass, Sound Design Mentor and Jen Kavanagh, Oral Histories Advisor