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News for September 2016

Flashback Friday – Rugby & Thievery

30 September 2016

This week we’ve opted out of #ThrowbackThursday so we can reminisce on Friday instead. Today is National Sporting Heritage Day 2016. We asked our talented team of archivists to pull something sporty out of the bag for us and they came...

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A creative day out with #Coathanger2016

28 September 2016

The malty goodness of Octoberfest… The Japanese art of ‘Pecha Kucha’… or a giant ‘woolscape’ takeover at Old Gala House - Creative Coathanger has all of this and more than you could possibly hope for. A...

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Peebles schools top Mountain Bike Championship

21 September 2016

There were thrills, spills and an abundance of high octane action at this year’s Borders Under 18’s Mountain Bike Championships. The Scottish Borders Cycling Development Group, in partnership with local charity Live Borders,...

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Seaside setting for triathlon finale

21 September 2016

All waterways, tracks and roads led to Eyemouth on the weekend of September 17 and 18 when the final events of the 2016 Live Borders Triathlon Series took place. Athletes from both sides of the Border congregated at Eyemouth Swimming Pool...

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WWI poetry project aims to inspire

21 September 2016

Borderers inspired by experiences and stories from the First World War are invited to put their thoughts to verse. Saving and Sharing Scottish Borders Stories of WWI, a two-year project run by Museums, Archives and Library Services which is...

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Award winning Ade sheds light on threatened landscapes

21 September 2016

Borders art lovers and environmentalists are being invited to go on a journey of ecological discovery in Peebles portrayed by award winning artist Ade Adesina. Just Before the Light is a visual commentary of prints by the Aberdeen based...

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Klein exhibition inspired by a life in colour

21 September 2016

The life and work of the man who put tweed on the catwalk is being celebrated over the next two months at Borders Textile Towerhouse in Hawick. Bernat Klein – Colour, Fusion, Fashion focuses on the Selkirk-based designer and artist who...

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Disability sport development goes from strength to strength

21 September 2016

Anyone who has been following the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games couldn’t fail to be inspired. A record breaking haul of 147 medals (64 Golds) saw Team GB seal second place on the medal table, behind China, with Newcastleton’s Libby...

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Selkirk Leisure Centre to reopen

12 September 2016

Fitness fanatics in Selkirk will have a bright new outlook on Monday September 19 when the local Leisure Centre throws open its doors once again. The long awaited upgrade to the Buccleuch Road site began in May, laying to rest fears...

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Laughter and fun with LLAMAS

9 September 2016

What are LLAMAS? Well apart from being domesticated South American Camelids… LLAMAS also means ‘loads of libraries and museums activities’. These free, fun events for children and families take place one Friday of every month at...

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