North-east Dunbar from the air, looking northwest, 1st June 2002
The West Port and the High street are lined with small shops; a bit out of the ordinary is The Crunchy Carrot, where Chris, Sarah and Jo stock weird and wonderful specialities such as gluten-free flours, and source bread, vegetables and eggs locally - if you've never tasted the excellent flavour of a 'Duke of York' or a 'Dunbar Standard' potato, now's your chance (boil them in the minimum of water).
Many other good shops are listed on the Dunbar community website.
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North-east Dunbar from the air, looking northeast, 1st June 2002
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Dunbar has acquired three splendid sculptures in recent years:
Fishermen's Memorial, Old Harbour
1998 restoration by Michelle de Bruin of Handyside Ritchie's 1861 sculpture.
Originally a much appreciated barometer hung in the alcove.
David Annand's Girl with Swan
graces the space between the Leisure Pool and Lauderdale House.
Statue of John Muir as a boy, outside the Town House
Macquettes were invited from several sculptors, and displayed in Dunbar Library.
Znoba's was chosen and the statue was unveiled in 1997.
Misty July Lifeboat Day 2006
Stormy March day in 1988
to inspire, nurture and facilitate Dunbar’s transition to being a creative, low carbon, locally resilient community