Monthly Archives: March 2020

Community Assistance Hubs

Community Assistance Hubs (CAHs) Multi-agency CAHs are currently being set up by Scottish Borders Council in collaboration with NHS Borders, the Third Sector and local Resilient Community Groups. The key priority is making sure that the most vulnerable people in our communities receive the support they need in these challenging times. This includes people currently in receipt of social care and health services and anyone who is being advised to self-isolate and ‘shield’. The CAHs will be picking up all requirements

Advice about coronavirus

You will all be aware of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. If you have any specific concerns, please get in touch with the Community Council Please complete the resilient communities questionnaire if you haven’t already (PDF file will open in a new browser window) Neighbourhood Watch Scotland has issued advice for communities to protect themselves. 10 ways you can protect yourself, your loved ones and your community: • Meet with household members, other relatives, friends and neighbours to discuss what to

VE Day Celebrations

This year marks the 75th anniversary of VE (Victory in Europe) Day, 8th May. To mark the occasion, a programme of events is being planned in Broughton, for the weekend Friday 8th May to Sunday 10th May. This is a joint-venture combining the resources of Broughton Primary School, Tweedsmuir Community Council and the Upper Tweed Community Council. Friday 8th May Broughton War Memorial 2.55 pm The Last Post played by bugler Ian Aitchison 3.00 pm Battles O’er and VE 75