Following a complete upgrading and renovation in 2005, the original Granary contains four floors. On the top floor a light and airy gallery and studio space is equipped for art classes and exhibitions. Other floors are equipped for fabric classes, stained glass design and woodworking, with the Haddington Camera Club occupying a studio on the first floor.
The Lamp of Lothian Trust office is located on the second floor with a newly renovated conference facility which can hold up 20 and is available to be booked through the Bridge Centre office (01620 823137).
The award winning Bridge Centre Music and Motorcycle Projects occupy The Mault House. A fully equipped recording studio was installed as part of the upgrading where instrumental tuition is offered to local young people.
Currently the Music Project studio is being totally refurbished and modernised largely through the generosity and support from IKEA.
The Motorcycle Project also conduct their workshops in the Lamp Conference Room.