Category Archives: Events

Community Council Meeting

For the duration of the coronavirus lockdown, the monthly Community Council meetings are being held virtually, over Zoom. All Tweedsmuir residents are very welcome to attend. The next meeting is Thursday 6th August at 7:00 pm. You can see the agenda here. How to join a meeting on Zoom You need a computer, tablet or smartphone and internet access. Sign up for a free account on the Zoom website (www.zoom.us). From the website you can download Zoom onto your computer/laptop,

Virtual community cafe open

We may not have the Cafe at the Crook Inn yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get together, virtually speaking! If you fancy a coffee and a blether, the Tweedsmuir virtual Community Cafe is now open! I’m afraid it is BYOC (bring your own cake) Starting on Tuesday, you will be able to join a drop-in session on Zoom, meet up with other villagers, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee together from the socially isolated comfort of your

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

Destination Tweedsmuir

Tweedsmuir Community Company AGM 19.01.20 All local residents are warmly invited to the launch of “Destination Tweedsmuir”, with an informal view of local history and heritage at a “Show and tell” baked potato supper, following the Tweedsmuir Community Company AGM at Tweedsmuir Village Hall 5pm on Sunday 19th January 2020. Timetable of events: • 5.00 pm – TCC Annual General Meeting • 5.15 pm – Community Development Officer, Bruce Clarke, will report on his development work. Introduction of our new

Scottish Ambulance Service – Registration to Resuscitation Campaign

The Scottish Ambulance Service is launching its Registration to Resuscitation campaign on Tuesday 07 March to help save more lives. We want Community Councils across Scotland to participate in our nationwide Day of Action on Friday 10 March. Please find more details below. What is the campaign about? Public Access Defibrillators (PADs) can be found in communities all over Scotland and are vital pieces of equipment in the crucial early minutes following a cardiac arrest before an ambulance arrives. Currently,

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