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The local area guide to living in Longniddry

The East Lothian region of Scotland boasts around 40 miles of sandy and shingled beaches, and is home to the lovely coastal village of Longniddry. The beach here is 2 miles long and is marked unusually by the remnants of concrete tank traps that were put in place during World War II to prevent a German invasion. The beach here appeals to all types of people, as families and couples of all ages can enjoy the peaceful walk along the coast, while children can play on the sand. Those who enjoy water sports can try their hand at canoeing, surfing, kayaking, diving or even sailing. The beach is close to nature reserves, and as well as being a sandy beach, there are rock pools that can be found and a number of spectacular views in the direction of Edinburgh. Many people come to the seafront to go bird watching, as well as keeping the odd eye out for seals!

Residents that live here can enjoy a spot of golf at the Longniddry Gold Club, which once played host of Queen Mary of Scots in 1567 and is situated right next to the beach. The rural nature of the village has a real charm to it, and there are a number of farms dotted around the area. There have been a few influential people to have come out of Longniddry, including the actor Pierce Brosnan and author Mollie Hunter.

Information about the local residents

There are around 2,613 people residing in Longniddry, and 101,3600 living in the wider area of East Lothian. The majority of people who live in this region of Scotland hail from Scotland, or identify as White, while the next biggest ethnic group present are Asian or Asian British, followed by mixed backgrounds. East Lothian has had a large increase in young adults living here with a 35.8% increase from the year 2001 to 2011. Despite the recent upturn in young people's presence in East Lothian, Longniddry still has a sizeable amount of people from older generations, particularly 65 and over.

Nearby schools

Longniddry has 1 primary school, The Longniddry Primary School, which is located not too far from the railway station. The school has its roots in Christianity, and does take classes to church from time to time, however parents are able to opt their children out of this. For secondary education, the closest school to Longniddry via a 10-minute drive, is Preston Lodge High School.

Getting around

Due to its proximity, people living in Longniddry can take full advantage of the railway system and head over to the capital, Edinburgh in around 19 minutes. This particular service runs 20 times a day. There are trains to Glasgow too, which take just over 1 hour and 30 minutes. There are 13 different bus services that run through Longniddry, and the 111 bus goes all the way to the capital. The nearest motorway is the A1 and you can get to Edinburgh in a rapid 24 minutes.

Local shops

Grocery shopping is pretty convenient in Longniddry, you can find 2 Co-Ops, a Lidl and a Londis for food or house-ware purchases. A pharmacy and post office are located on the high street, and the Royal Bank of Scotland is also nearby.

There are a few pubs and inns in the surrounding areas of Longniddry, such as The Dasher in Prestonpans, the Tower Inn and The Plough Inn, both of which are in Tranent, 3.7 miles away from the village.

Getting a bite to eat shouldn't ever be too much of a hassle here, as The Filling Station sells a nice selection of sandwiches and baguettes, while Frangipane is the perfect establishment to enjoy an afternoon tea.

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