We regret to advise that the Wiggles soft play area within Loch Centre is currently closed. We will update here as soon as it reopens.
Please note there is an alternative soft play area within our Musselburgh centre.
Musselburgh Sports Centre was very proud to host the 70th International Festival of Dancing and the Arts stage competition and we welcomed dancers from as far afield as Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, Canada and the UAE.
Dancers Camryn MacIsaac and Isobel Wilby travelled all the way from Ontario, Canada to take part. Michelle Cummings, who accompanied the girls, said “This has been one of the best organised and run competitions, and we appreciate the hard work involved with this. Thank you to everyone.”
Celebrating 70 years of the competition, organiser Elizabeth Gollan said “We are delighted to have carried on this fabulous tradition and hope to host more dancers in the future”
The competition was run over three days and Enjoy Leisure looks forward to supporting this fantastic event for many years to come.
This year, we’re holding the biggest ever customer survey in our history – and we want to hear from you. It doesn’t matter if you’re a current member or used to be, only use the centre occasionally or have only visited once – your opinion counts.
We want to know what you think we do well – and where you think we could do better.
American broadcaster NBC Sports Chicago recently paid a visit to Musselburgh Links Old Golf Course as part of a tour of East Lothian’s Golf Coast for its Golf360⁰ programme. Presenter Dave Lockhart spent time at North Berwick and Gullane Golf Clubs, before arriving at Musselburgh Links to meet with Golf Starter Dave Hillis. Musselburgh Links […]
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