About MADE in East Lothian

MADE in East Lothian is a community interest company (CIC) which supports artists, makers and the wider creative community in East Lothian.

We are based at the Arts Hub in Haddington. In this multi-purpose space, we offer a range of creative services. These include art and craft activities for young people and disadvantaged groups who enjoy the social interaction and learning creative skills.

There are three key areas of work for the organisation: MADE Arts Hub a creative space for the community in Haddington, MADE Markets promoting local artists and makers and MADE Community groups and projects to engage local people in creative collaborations and learning.

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ARTS HUB: creative space

The Arts Hub in Haddington  has two open-plan workshop spaces, a gallery, tools workshop, craft scraps hub plus hireable equipped desk space for makers. We host creative workshops and daily drop-in groups as well as sessions for adults with additional support needs. There’s a small textile scrap store and a recently revamped wood workshop.

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MAKERS’ MARKETS: promoting local 

Our quarterly makers’ markets at Tyninghame Wee Hall showcase the work of local artists and craftmakers. It’s a special community of creative people in a beautiful East Lothian village.

Get in touch to find out more.

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COMMUNITY: out and about

We work with partners to deliver arts and crafts events and activities. These collaborations with Fringe by the Sea, East Lothian Council Arts Service, schools, Haddington 700, Haddstock, Blooming Haddington allow us to widen our networks throughout East Lothian.

Trail of painted goat models outside, on grass

Goat Gathering


With events not possible at the Arts Hub, MADE in East Lothian secured funding for a community collaborative project. With plenty goaty puns and colourful design, 12 fun fibreglass goats were decorated by local artists, families, school and community groups and displayed shops, library and cafes around town.