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Village Hall EGM

Notice is hereby given that an extraordinary general meeting of Tweedsmuir Village Hall will be held on 6th November 2020 at 7:30 PM The purpose of the meeting is to vote on a single resolution, namely to transfer the Village Hall from the current Deed of Trust to the newly established Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Due to coronavirus restrictions, the meeting will be held remotely by Zoom. Meeting ID: 854 9476 9199 Frances Leckie, secretary, on behalf of the committee

Tweedsmuir Talks

Tweedsmuir Community Company are putting together a series of talks on subjects relevant to our community. Usually they would run a series of events through the winter months to give us all a chance to get together and learn more about our wonderful village and its surrounding area. As we can’t get together, they are going to be running a series of ZOOM events instead, open to everyone in our community, and covering a range of topics. The first talk

Local Services Directory

This is a really handy directory of local services, recently updated. It contains everything from health and education services to local clubs and societies, useful tradespeople, sport and leisure facilities. Not forgetting political representatives and “good to know” contact details. If you would like to make any amendments or additions to the next directory, please contact Lesley Mason Click here for the pdf directory (it will open in a new browser window)

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 1st October at 7:00 pm. The agenda will be posted here when it is available. 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 ( From the website you can download



Live theatre is one of the things we are really missing during this pandemic. With no firm dates yet for reopening, you can at least keep in touch with local venues through YouTube. The Eastgate Theatre in Peebles has a project, #eastgateathome, which shares a new curated playlist every week, so you can enjoy some highlights of past events until the doors open once more. This is a link to their YouTube channel, where you can find all the weekly

TCC Logo Competition

Can you help us create a logo and unique description of Tweedsmuir? Tweedsmuir Community Company needs to create a logo for the ‘Discover Tweedsmuir’ website that reflects all that Tweedsmuir has to offer. We would like to ask members of our community, of any age and ability to design an inspiring logo for Tweedsmuir. This logo will be used on all the material produced by TCC, so should reflect what is special about our Community. Tweedsmuir Logo Competition Your logo

Recycling Centres

Community recycling centres across the Scottish Borders have now been reopened, with a number of temporary restrictions in place. All seven recycling centres were closed by Scottish Borders Council (SBC) on 23 March in line with government ‘Stay at Home’ guidance to help combat the spread of Coronavirus. The Scottish Government have now relaxed some restrictions, and have allowed recycling centres across Scotland to be reopened from 1 June. With demand expected to be extremely high, the temporary restrictions have

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

Tweedsmuir Resilient Community Group

A message for all Tweedsmuir residents from the Resilient Community Group Firstly, many thanks for taking the time and effort to complete and return the forms.  The main focus in the coming weeks will be our response to Covid-19 and whatever that might bring.  There are a number of you who have very kindly offered  to help, if required, in the delivery of shopping,  looking out for neighbours and collecting medication.  It’s also apparent that within our community there is a

Coronavirus scams

Sadly, criminals are still operating full-time while the rest of the country is in lockdown because of coronavirus. Police Scotland has produced guidance about some common scams to be on the lookout for: Government / Local Authority Scams:Emails saying: ‘As schools are closed if you’re entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we’ll make sure you’re supported’.“Government” emails offering everyone a basic wage and that you should send your bank details to receive it.Texts saying that

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