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Jim Clark author Dymock to visit Duns

3 May 2017

Tomorrow (Friday) afternoon Live Borders will welcome motorsport journalist and author Eric Dymock to the Jim Clark Room, in Duns. Dymock is visiting to sign copies of his new book, Jim Clark, between 2.30-3.30pm. This is an updated version...

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Closing chapter for Heart of Hawick Book Award

3 May 2017

After 10 successful years, The Heart of Hawick Children’s Book Award has reached its final chapter. And, to celebrate, six of this year’s shortlisted authors will attend the 2017 Award Ceremony on Thursday, May 18 at Tower Mill (1...

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Blurring boundaries with Brewband in the Borders

21 April 2017

Borders youngsters aged 14-26 years are being invited to join Scotland’s new super band in blurring boundaries and challenging people’s perceptions of identity. Created by award winning disabled choreographer Marc Brew, Brewband...

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Borders swimmers at their BEST in Nationals

21 April 2017

Borders Elite Swim Team and Duns ASC members hit an all-time high at this year’s Scottish National Age Group Championships at the Aberdeen Sports Village. All 16 Borders entrants competed under the BEST banner at the week-long event...

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Sounds like local history is set to inspire poets

21 April 2017

Budding Borders poets are being invited to take part in the Sounding Borders initiative which aims to connect new audiences with Scotland’s sound heritage. Live Borders Archives and Local History Service, based at the Heritage Hub in...

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Young riders gear up for Cycle Skool

21 April 2017

Young Borders cyclists of all abilities are being offered the chance to make the most of their bikes through sessions taken by expert coaches from local clubs. Cycle Skool is a joint initiative being offered by the Borders Cycling Development...

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Updated hoists give Swimmers with a disability a lift

17 April 2017

Upgraded pool hoists have been installed at two Live Borders facilities following concerns from users with limited mobility that the current ones were dated and difficult to use. Peebles and Selkirk swimming pools hope to regain customer...

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Easter Activities 2017

20 March 2017

Join us for some Easter fun – get active, get creative and get out and about and enjoy the holidays with family and friends. Click on the links below for more information and to book online...there's also downloadable PDF on this...

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American art showcased in Galashiels

10 March 2017

Old Gala House will be the only museum in Scotland to showcase nine prestigious American prints starting with the explosion of pop art in the 1960s.

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Page portrait backed by popular demand

10 March 2017

A request from the local community to show a Jim Page portrait permanently at Coldstream museum has led to an entire exhibition dedicated to the artist this summer.

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