East Lothian has again been named as one of the top ten places to live in Scotland.
The county scooped sixth place in the Bank of Scotland’s annual Quality of Life Survey – the same position it secured last year. The survey assess all local authorities in services including, health, education, housing and employment.
While residents of Aberdeenshire were found to have the highest quality of life, East Lothian was the best ranked county in the Lothians.
The county was scored on several areas including gross weekly earnings, class sizes and burglary rates.