EAST Lothian residents are being urged to take advantage of the last few remaining places for Loretto School’s version of Desert Island Discs.
Broadcaster and journalist Lesley Riddoch will present the event, which takes place at the historic Pinkie House in Musselburgh on June 13 at 7pm.
Jonathan Hewat, director of external affairs at Loretto School and organiser of the event, said: “There has been a tremendous response to this event and demand for places has been almost overwhelming, despite the fact that Lesley’s Desert Island Discs is almost two months away.
“We are keen that residents of East Lothian have an opportunity of meeting Lesley and hearing about her remarkable achievements. Hence, we have released a limited number of additional places for people living in East Lothian.”
Places are free and can be reserved by contacting Mr Hewat on 0131-653 4413.