Sporr Village hall exterior

Spott Community Association (2019)

We are a registered charity and our main role is to enable the use of our Village Hall for the community. 

Spott Community Association has been established for a number of years now.  We are a registered charity and our main role is to enable the use of our Village Hall for the community by fund raising and managing the building. 

SPOTT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION (2019) IS A SCIO

REGISTERED IN SCOTLAND NO: SC049814

News

Spott to Dunbar Path Consultation

Spott to Dunbar Path Consultation, Spott Village Hall, Date to be confirmed Spott Village Association is leading a project to develop a safe and attractive walking, wheeling and cycle route to connect Spott to Dunbar.  It will benefit both communities. ...
People having dinner at the hall

Hall Events

Village hall bookings are back to pre-Covid levels and continue to be a focus for the Community.  Popular events are the New Year Ceilidh, live music, meditation, yoga, arts & crafts events, cookery leasons and the annual summer Fete.

Spott to Dunbar Path

Spott Village Association is leading a project to develop a safe and attractive walking, wheeling and cycle route to connect Spott to Dunbar.  It will benefit both communities. 

Sustrans Places for Everyone grant funding has been supporting this work, and we have a consultant that is working on our behalf. 

The path project has its own website where there are maps and reports. 

To connect with us you can use the website form or head over to our dedicated Spott to Dunbar Path Project facebook page.

If you would like to get involved, or want to know more, contact Anne Lyall using the web form.

Annual photo compertition feeds into the Spott Calendar.

Photo Competition

Fundraise to Help Your Community

 

Taking Part in an Event

From a marathon, triathlon or charity bike ride, to a sponsored walk or trek. Raise money for Spott Community Association.

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The Witches Stone

The plaque that is at the Witches Stone now honours Marion Lillie as well as the other souls who lost their lives here in the 17th and early 18th centuries.  The writing on the witches stone, penned by local poet Ruth Gilchrist, reads:

“This stone has become a place to commemorate those local people who were once persecuted as witches.  We cannot undo the hurt but we can let their souls go free”

 

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