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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.

area highlights

1st November 2014, Peebles:

This acoustic four-piece boasts previous winners of BBC Young Folk Awards, a Scottish Jazz Award and many titles at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards.

24th October - 2nd November 2014, Scottish Borders:

A wide range of events celebrating the area’s rich woodland culture and age-old Halloween rites.

6th November 2014, Peebles:

Music in Peebles is thrilled to welcome Martin Roscoe.

7th November 2014, Peebles:

Comar presents a production from Mull Theatre, The Drawer Boy, by Michael Healey.

8th November 2014, Peebles:

One of the most popular bands on the Scottish rock circuit, Strange Brew makes a welcome return.

14th November 2014, Peebles:

Fresh from international touring, Scotland’s own David Hughes Dance returns with an evening of world-class dance, handpicked from the past 20 years.

15th November 2014, Scottish Borders:

Don’t miss an evening of beautiful music.

20th November 2014, Peebles:

Adam Bulley and Chas Mackenzie make up this award-winning guitar duo that plays a strikingly broad-ranging programme from familiar classics to mesmerising original pieces on two guitars or one guitar plus mandolin.

22nd November 2014, Peebles:

The annual showcase performed by the senior pupils of the Fiona Henderson School of Dance & Performing Arts.

27th November 2014, Peebles:

This multi-sensory theatrical adaptation of Jean Giono’s environmental classic tells the inspiring story of a shepherd who plants a forest, acorn by acorn, transforming a barren wasteland.


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