The Tyne Esk LEADER Programme, which provides grants for projects in rural East and Midlothian, is holding an application workshop.
Funding from the programme has contributed to projects including the creation of a hand-carved Pictish cross, which was mounted in the grounds of Aberlady Parish Church last year.
The event will take place on Tuesday, April 17 from 6pm to 8pm at the community hall of Loanhead Miners Welfare Club. Booking is essential.
For more information, contact Midlothian Council’s John Beveridge on 0131-271 3431.