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What’s on West Scottish Borders

One of the most scenic stretches of the Tweed Valley starts here, with the handsome royal burgh of Peebles. Downstream you’ll find Innerleithen, with it famous Robert Smails Printing Works and the sulphurous spa water of St Ronans Wells, once frequented by Sir Walter Scott. Close to Innerleithen is Traquair House, the oldest continuously inhabited house in Scotland, and the Traquair House Brewery which first started here over 400 years ago. The beauty of the hills around Peebles can be explored on foot or by bike and, from city itself, cyclists can hook up to the clearly signposted 90-mile Tweed Cycleway.

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6th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

Enjoy pipe bands, highland dancing and heavy events in a relaxed atmosphere at the end of the competition season.

4th & 6th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

Join Dolly, Magrit, Doreen and Mrs Culfeathers as they sing, laugh and cry their way through the last day of the year, with a little help from the increasingly not-so-handy Andy.

31st August - 6th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

The Scottish Borders Walking Festival takes advantage of some of the most breathtaking scenery in the UK.

10th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

Take a short walk to the Tweed then join the narrator (Ian Cameron) in the theatre as he performs an illustrated talk about his memories of different walks.

12th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

As well as great music this show celebrates the best of the sixties including the clothes, adverts, TV flashbacks, even clips from the original bands.

13th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

Three voices raised in harmony above the raw resonance of wood and strings produce a rich sound resonant of American folk music traditions.

17th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

This old time band caused everyone’s jaw to drop at this year’s Toronto Folk Alliance International with their astonishing musicianship, sheer entertaining fun and extraordinary sound.

19th September 2014, Scottish Borders:

This story of loss is uniquely told from the perspective of the fiddle, the traditional music it played and continues to play.

4th October 2014, Scottish Borders:

Karine draws from folk music’s long tradition while keeping pace with the ceaselessly changing times.

23rd October 2014, Scottish Borders:

Two of Scotland’s greatest jazz artists, saxophonist Tommy Smith and pianist Brian Kellock, team up to bring you a beautiful and imaginative duo.


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