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22 Feb 2015 08:30

Music festival prepares for another sell-out

FOR the past 13 years Innerleithen has hosted the biggest Celtic music festival in the Borders, and the organisers have just announced their 2015 concert programme.

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16 Feb 2015 07:30

Working perspectives in Tweeddale

IT began with an epic blind date in June 2014 when 12 Borders artists encountered 10 Borders businesses, chose a partner and agreed to spend quality time together for the following eight months.

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9 Feb 2015 08:30

Old favourite

TWEED Theatre’s autumn production is a revival of an old favourite - “They Came from Mars and Landed Outside the Farndale Avenue Church Hall in time for the Townswomens’ Guild’s Coffee Morning” - a farce, hilariously and eccentrically odd as its title.

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3 Feb 2015 08:00

Blooming good year at Dawyck

STAFF at Dawyck Botanic Garden, one of the Scottish Borders’ leading visitor attractions, launched the new season on Sunday and are hoping to beat last year’s bumper visitor numbers.

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29 Jan 2015 07:00

Scottish Wind Ensemble to blow audience away at the Eastgate

EVERY musical form has its ‘blockbusters’ – those pieces of music that, due to their scale, are seldom performed and when they are the anticipation preceding them is especially keen.

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25 Jan 2015 07:30

Soulful to sparkling at Peebles Serenata

PATSY and Murray Campbell opened the Serenata concert in Peebles with a fascinating demonstration of early music played on a variety of unusual instruments.

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22 Jan 2015 16:30

All the fun of the Fair

ALL the fun of the Fair returns to Traquair this summer.

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21 Jan 2015 16:30

New year for Scottish Borders Hill Walking Club

ONCE again, bad weather hit Scottish Borders Hill Walking Club’s New Year’s Day walk, which members decided to make a full-day walk…some hope with the wind and rain!

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21 Jan 2015 07:00

Borders Walking Festival celebrates 21st birthday

SCOTTISH Borders Walking Festival is preparing to celebrate its 21st birthday this year.

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20 Jan 2015 16:30

Ranger Notes

I HAD a good break over midwinter although inevitably found myself occasionally on what some may call a “busman’s holiday”.

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19 Jan 2015 16:30

Crazy night with The Two Moronnies

CABARET and revue is alive and well in the Borders, at least judging by the reaction to the Two Moronnies’ latest offering to a packed Carlops Village Hall.

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18 Jan 2015 16:30

A story to Treasure

A HUGE, mysterious, ship is about to loom over a Peebles stage.

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17 Jan 2015 16:30

Carlops concert

THE Kaleidoscope Saxophone Quartet, one of the winning groups of this season’s Tunnell Trust awards, are playing in Carlops Hall on Sunday, January 18 at 4pm.

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16 Jan 2015 16:30

Peebles Serenata

THE first Serenata of the new year is nothing if not varied.

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15 Jan 2015 12:30

Eyes on the Skies

A REGULAR feature from Tweeddale Astronomical Society...

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14 Jan 2015 10:30

The great wall of Michael

A LOCAL artist has produced an original artwork which will become a huge mural that will transform a part of a Borders town.

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11 Jan 2015 10:30

Where Memories Go

ATKINSON-PRYCE Books is hosting a literary lunch with Sally Magnusson at the Elphinstone Hotel in Biggar on Saturday, February 7.

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10 Jan 2015 10:30

Daniel’s Beard in key for Biggar

AN exotic name, yes! But it’s a piano sextet coming to Biggar.

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9 Jan 2015 10:30

A new year of music

MUSIC in Peebles provides an exciting start to the New Year with something both different and something reassuringly familiar played by Naomi and Pablo Pavri, cello and piano duo, who are two of Scotland’s finest musicians.

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3 Jan 2015 16:30

Tai’ chi

GET fit and stay supple with gentle exercise. Time to pay your body back for all those mince pies and plum duff!

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