Saturday 16th June 2018 – Program TBD

2017 Program for info


Community Parade departs Bleachingfield at 12 noon

Everyone is invited to come and join us as we parade from Bleachingfield to Lauderdale Park led by The Dunbar British Legion Pipe Band.  Let’s make it the biggest, brightest, noisiest one ever! Prizes for best youth group display and most eye-catching costume awarded after the crowning ceremony.

Crowning Ceremony in Lauderdale Park 12.30pm approx.

Connie Paxton will be crowned this year’s Civic Week Queen by Katie McLeman (2016 Civic Week Queen).

This year’s Royal Court is: Jack Tolputt, Queen’s Consort; Abigail Kerr & Milly Green, Queen’s Attendants; Pageboys – Sean Tucker, Archie Dickson, Lewis Whyte; Flowergirls – Wiktoria Rak, Sorcha Calder, Katie Fisher


Fun Day @ Lauderdale Park 1 – 4pm FREE but donations welcome

The Civic Week Queen will open the afternoon of fun including dancing displays, circus entertainers, Army Cadet inflatable obstacle course & climbing tower, Enjoy-a-ball, beat the goalie, target bowls, community stalls and East Coast FM. We’re absolutely delighted to welcome the wonderful BarrowBand, the first folk-bootanico-encyclopedic band on the planet and their kinetic market Barrow covered with various fruit, vegetables and beasts.

New to town? Looking for information about the wide range of activities, services, events in the town? A warm welcome and lots of information about What’s on in Dunbar from the Dunbar Community Council stall. Please come and see us!

(Many thanks to Community Windpower for their support of our Fun Day)

Victorian Portrait Studio @ McArthur’s Stores, Victoria Street 2 – 5pm

An informal, engaging and free Victorian photographic portrait session with Alastair Cook – drop in on today, 18th and 24th June and have your portrait made.

Disco Soup with The BarrowBand @ Methodist Church Hall 4 – 6 pm FREE

Every year 90,000 tonnes of produce gets sent to landfill from the UK due to being squashy,  nobbly,  scabby, dumpy, ugly, curly, dirty or lumpy. Help save them by coming to make and eat some delicious soup while enjoying the BarrowBand singing, dancing and juggling their way through a large selection of original songs using styles drawn from pop, folk, country, Indian, klezmer, thrash jazz and more.