Chris J. McEwan
Chairperson and Resiliency Lead
Moved to Haddington in 1992 from Prestonpans and quickly settled into the Haddington way of life. An avid volunteer with the Community Council involved in everything from Resilient Haddington, Haddington fireworks to putting up and taking down the town Christmas lights.
Married with 2 children, currently working in the IT industry, president of the Edinburgh and Lothian’s Mini owners club, and a STEM ambassador focusing on Technology education in the local area
Vice Chairperson and Area Partnership Rep
Pat is a long-standing resident of the town and has represented the community in a number of ways including business partnerships, Events groups, and within the community council.
Pat has been a face of the High Street has been in charge of local businesses and currently helping out in her Husband Mike business.
Haddington Tourism Development
Jacks Bio details will follow soon
Press Officer, Youth Liaison and HWTRA rep
Blooming Haddington Representative
Rab is a familiar sight to all Haddington Residents and is often found watering the Plants around the town every morning. He is an active member of the community and represents Blooming Haddington on the community council
Therese is Haddington born and bred, Recently retired but before that worked in Education as a teacher in various schools in the County and then went on to become the Head Teacher of Humbie Primary and then St Peter’s primary in Edinburgh.
Area Partnership Rep
Erica is a local Trader who owns and runs the Towns Florists shop in the High Street
Youth Liaison and Athelstaneford Representative
Originally from Dunbar, lived in East Linton, Haddington, North Berwick and finally settled in lovely Athelstaneford, I really enjoy helping people, and hope I can be an asset to the community
Jim is a local business man who owns the jewellers in The High St with his Wife.
My wife Ruth and I moved into the Athelstaneford village in 2009 for the coastal / country life and to be at the heart of Scotland’s golf coast – my sporting passion. Shortly after moving into the village, I retired from a senior Human Resources role with a large media company. As a member of the community council, my aim is to listen to and represent the views of the villagers to the best of my ability.
Stuart’s a local Family man who is also the chair of the Haddington Central Tenants and Residents Association. Stuart also volunteers for Our Community Kitchen
Morgwn’s Bio details will follow soon
Falko’s is a local business man and baker who runs FALKOS on the highstreet..
David will have his details updated as soon as possible.