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Code Club unleashes creativity in Eyemouth

1 March 2017

Children in Eyemouth are discovering their inner Mark Zuckerberg’s thanks to an innovative scheme being delivered by Live Borders Library Services. Aimed at encouraging 9-11-year-olds develop their computer science related skills,...

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Priorsford pupils show eastern promise

1 March 2017

Priorsford Primary School has been crowned East of Scotland Sportshall Athletics Champions for the second time after beating off 10 top teams on Finals Day. Primary six and seven pupils from both Priorsford and Kingsland schools travelled to...

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Burnfoot School Children Visit the Library

1 March 2017

To celebrate Burnfoot Community School Literacy Week all primary classes made a visit to Hawick Library. Children met staff, read stories, participated in activities and toured the library. In addition, library staff were invited to attend...

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Melrose net Primary Schools title

22 February 2017

Precision passing and sharp shooting were to the fore when the Borders Primary Netball Finals, organised by Live Borders Active Schools, were played out at the Queens Centre, Galashiels earlier this month. Having made it through area...

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Dr Muir memoirs published and performed

22 February 2017

Diaries written by one of the Borders’ best known general practitioners are to be presented to the community through a variety of mediums. Born in 1845 in Leith Dr John Stewart Muir worked briefly in Leven and Melrose before settling in...

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Half-Term Happiness with Live Borders

9 February 2017

We know that feeling all too well - keeping little ones busy during school holidays is no mean feat! We always try our best to make that task just a little easier by compiling a little Half-Term holiday programme. This year's offering has...

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Celebration of Sport Awards - Team of the Year Nominees

7 February 2017

There are 3 nominees shortlisted for the 2017 Celebration of Sport - Team of the Year Award Sponsored by Border Embroideries. The winner of this prestigious award will be selected by a public vote. Why not help us out by entering our Facebook poll...

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Margaret books top Scottish presidential post

7 February 2017

Our Library Services Manager, Margaret Menzies, is to head up the leading professional body in her field next year. Margaret, who lives and works in Selkirk, was voted in as the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals in...

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Animating history - sounds good to us

7 February 2017

Local children are being given a chance to bring history to life thanks to an innovative project being brought to the region by our Archives and Local History Service. Working in partnership with digital learning resource Scran and the...

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History and heritage to the fore at free workshops

7 February 2017

Our Museum, Archive and Library Services are offering free training to members of the community who want to get hands-on in local history projects. The Saving and Sharing Scottish Borders Stories of WWI Project are working in partnership with...

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