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The local area guide to living in Humbie

In East Lothian, one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, you’ll find the small parish and village of Humbie. It’s a small area, with only a few hundred people, only a few miles from Edinburgh. It’s an old settlement, formerly part of the Barony of Keith, with several old and storied building related to his history. Close by, you’ll find the Keith Marischal, a category-B listed building that is a fine example of the Baronial architectural house, towards the North of the town. The local church, Humbie Parish Church, was built in the 18th century, and later Gothicized. It still holds service today and though in its past it’s changed its Church Union several times, it is today Church of Scotland. Haide Castle, a 14th century fortification, is also nearby, within walking distance and open to the public. 20 minutes away is Haddington, the administrative centre for the region, and Musselburgh, the very edge of Edinburgh, is only 25 minutes away as well.

Information about the local residents

Those who work in the local area typically do so in the surrounding towns, or commute to Edinburgh itself. The residents are older than the average Scottish resident, with 12% more individuals of ages 45-59, and 8% fewer 16-29 year olds. As such, there are more married couples than most of the country, with 15% more and 9% less single people in the area. It’s also more religious, with 20% more adherents to the Church of Scotland, most of whom who attend the Humbie Parish Church. This is a little contrary to many of the locals, as there are in fact 10% more English residents in the town than the national average. Residents tend to live in the area for a great deal of time, as there’s a 50% higher rate of residents having lived in the U.K. for over 10 years. Considering the town’s proximity to Edinburgh and its Universities, it’s unsurprising that 6% more of the residents have Level 4 qualifications or high, compared to national averages.

Nearby schools

Humbie has a single primary school of its own. It has fewer pupils per teacher than most schools in Scotland, four less, meaning that the students gain more attention than most schools. This may be one of the reasons why 90% of the students perform well in reading at a P7 level. There are also two other primary schools in the nearby area, one in Pencaitland, and another in Channelkirk. There are also nurseries in the area, with ‘Pinnocchio’s Children’s Nurseries’ being in neighbouring Lasswade. Three high schools are close to the town. St. David’s RC High School is a Catholic school, lauded for its positive student-teacher relationships and innovative curricular developments. The Dalkeith High School and Newbattle Community High School are also well-regarded schools, both being non-denominational as well. The closest Universities can be found in Edinburgh, with its 4 such institutions including the internationally renowned and regarded University of Edinburgh.

Getting around

The B6371 and B6368 both connect in the town, going onwards to the A68, which runs onto towards Edinburgh. Bus services also pass through the village, connecting it to the larger towns and Edinburgh itself. From there, the airport offers international connections, while its train station connects it to the other cities and towns of Scotland, as well as destinations in the U.K., such as London.

Local shops

Humbie itself has very little in the way of shopping, though there is a small village shop and a post office. There are a few supermarkets in the surrounding area, such as the co-op at Gifford, and a large Tesco’s in Haddington. Haddington also has some high street style shopping, and a large market held on the last Saturday of every month. Edinburgh itself has very good shopping, especially on Princes Street, though George Street has more independent stores and is considered a little more upmarket. Several large malls can also be found across the city, with the St. James Centre being particularly large.


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