Jamie&Shoony, formed after the first SPFL Music Box at HMFC, are coming back to visit!
The band has played over 100 gigs since they formed (including 25 during the Fringe in August) and this free event will give you the chance to hear about these gigs, the music industry… and also hear a couple of songs!
When? Monday 9th December (5pm - 6.30pm), The Music Suite.
To let us know you’re interested in coming, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Big Hearts is partnering with Active Schools East Lothian to lead a new and improved Soccer Centre at Windygoul primary School in Tranent.
The soccer centre, which accommodates 40 Windygoul children, has grown in popularity since it was started three years ago by Hearts community coach Alan White and a team of football dads all on a volunteer basis.
Sessions will cater for pupils in the P1-P4 age range with Alan and the team of coaches intending to deliver a home-practice programme for everyone that attends.
Heart of Midlothian FC is celebrating after being named the Best Professional Club in the Community thanks in part to the ongoing work of Big Hearts.
The club landed the prestigious honour at the McDonald's and Sunday Mail Scottish FA Grassroots Awards at Hampden Park last Friday night.
It's a Big Hearted Big Thanks to Martin Brownlee and his colleagues at the DP Systems Group for supporting a number of our grassroots programme courses and sessions.
Alan White, Hearts SFA Community Coach said, "Big Hearts endeavours to keep it's children's coaching courses as affordable and accessible as possible and the £3,000 support from the DP Systems Group will help us continue to achieve this aim.