Tweedsmuir Community Council Microgrant Forms

By clicking on the following links you will get more information on the microgrants available, and be directed to the appropriate application form. All applications should be submitted to the Community Council Secretary tweedsmuirsecretary@outlook.com, or handed to any of the community councillors Clyde Borders Youth Bursaries  for Tweedsmuir Community Council Read more…

Buses to Edinburgh and Glasgow

This year the Upper Tweed Community Council is running bus trips to Edinburgh and Glasgow.   This will enable you to enjoy shopping, go to the cinema, visit museums or tourist attractions, eat out, be in Edinburgh at Festival time, go to a pantomime, or buy Christmas presents.   All these are possible with Read more…

Tree planting at Talla

Borders Forest Trust need you! They have their inaugural tree planting day at Talla tomorrow (Saturday 30th April). Here’s the information: We are meeting at Talla Linnfoot at 10.30am, walking up to the bothy where we will gather, collect a few trees each and then plant them nearby in suitable Read more…

Buses from Tweedsmuir – consultation

Following last year’s pilot scheme, Upper Tweed Community Council is proposing to apply for funding for another series of bus trips in 2016. Their plan is to run three trips from Broughton/Tweedsmuir to Edinburgh in June, August (Fringe) and December (Christmas shopping) and one to Glasgow in July. These trips Read more…

Wool From The Hills

Friday 18th March Tweedsmuir Village Hall 7pm for 7.30pm Following on from their highly successful and critically acclaimed productions – Will H Ogilvies Cheviot Hills and Tale O Tweed – Well Road Productions proudly presents their latest production. This is a powerful, amusing and moving evocation of a vanishing way Read more…

Kids’ training bursaries

Andrew Mason is putting together a grant application on behalf of the Community Council to provide bursaries to support children in the Tweedsmuir CC area to attend training courses. This would initially be open to school-age residents but could be extended to adults in the future. The bursaries would go Read more…

Tweedsmuir Festivities

It’s that time again! The Tweedsmuir Christmas Party is on 19th December at 2.30pm in the village hall, and the New Year Dance is on 2nd January at 8.30pm (also in the hall), tickets £5 on the door. We wish you all a very happy Christmas and prosperous New Year, Read more…

Help to adapt your home for over-60s

Help to Adapt is a Scottish Government initiative to help people over 60 live independently at home for longer. It offers a Scottish Government loan based on the equity in your house. If you would like expert assistance in planning and undertaking adaptations to your home, see www.helptoadaptscotland.co.uk or call Read more…