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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Gifford

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    Gifford

    Gifford is a few miles south of Haddington in East Lothian.

  3. less than 5 miles
  4. Bolton

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    Bolton

    The village of Bolton is south of Haddington in rural East Lothian.

  5. Haddington

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    Haddington

    Haddington is a genteel, orderly town set amongst agricultural country in East Lothian.

  6. less than 10 miles
  7. Stenton

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    Stenton

    'The stone town' of Stenton is a farming village south-west of Dunbar in East Lothian.

  8. East Linton

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    East Linton

    East Linton is a small country town between Haddington and Dunbar in East Lothian.

  9. Tranent

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    Tranent

    Tranent is a small market town in East Lothian, 9 miles east of Edinburgh.

  10. Longniddry No 1

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    Longniddry

    A wild and undisturbed beach Seton Sands has a mix of both sand and rocks to guddle about in providing an ideal location for family day trips.

  11. Port Seton

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    Port Seton

    Port Seton is a resort on the Firth of Forth east of Edinburgh.

  12. Cousland

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    Cousland

    Cousland is a village three miles east of Dalkeith in Midlothian.

  13. Tyninghame

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    Tyninghame

    Tyninghame village was burned by the Danes in AD 941, and demolished in 1761 to make room for a bigger garden for the earls of Haddington's residence, Tyninghame House.

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