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In medieval times almost all of East Lothian was owned by a few, mostly titled, families and the Crown. The exceptions were the burghs, established as independent self-governing communities with their rights defined in charters from the Crown, the Church or a magnate. Burghs were meant to encourage trade and so merchants prospered above producers […]
A booklet detailing the rules of the Tranent Co-operative Society
Tranent Co-operative Society Limited minutes 1871-1936;
Tranent and Haddington Co-operative Society minutes 1936-1940;
West Barns Co-operative Society minutes 1888-1892;
Dunbar Co-operative Soc...
Print depicting Tranent Co-operative Society drapery store, High Street, Tranent.
Print depicting Tranent Co-operative Society window display, winner of the East of Scotland window dressing group.