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Upper Tweed Community Drivers

Subsidised transport for patients attending healthcare appointments, provided by volunteer drivers. Using the UTCD Service Available to any resident of Upper Tweed – Broughton, Tweedsmuir, Skirling or Stobo. The person using the service will be asked to make a donation, which varies depending on the length of the journey. Volunteer Read more…

R100 Broadband scheme

The Reaching 100% (R100) programme is a commitment to provide access to superfast broadband of 30 Megabits per second (Mbps) to every home and business in Scotland. In Tweedsmuir, based on the current engineering schedule, the superfast connection will be made in 2024. You can check your address on this Read more…

what3words

What3Words

Living in Tweedsmuir, with postcodes that routinely send delivery drivers miles down the road, we are probably more aware than most people of the problems that can arise over identifying your location. So What3Words could have been tailor-made for us! If you haven’t come across it before, it is a Read more…

Tweedsmuir Talk - Kenny Martin

Tweedsmuir Talks

10 Tips to Improve your Photography 26th February at 7:30 PM via Zoom Here is the recording of Kenny Martin’s entertaining and useful presentation : Multi prizewinning professional photographer and Tweedsmuir resident Kenny Martin shows us how to improve our photography, by sharing ten handy tips.

update on fast broadband project

Update on broadband

Community Fibre Broadband Update You will be aware that for several years the Community Council has been working to improve broadband provision across Tweedsmuir. 18 months ago the Community Council secured funding from a combination of grants from the local windfarms alongside funding under the government gigabit vouchers scheme to Read more…

Crook Inn

News of The Crook!

Update on developments at the Crook Inn Site in Tweedsmuir From Tweedsmuir Community Company (TCC) Hopefully you have noticed increased activity as you passed the Crook Inn over the last couple of months . There has been a lot happening with the Crook Inn Phase 1 Café project over the Read more…

Big Energy Saving Month!

Introducing Warm and Well Scottish Borders – Big Energy Saving Month Thursday 28th January 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM  January is Big Energy Saving Month, a national campaign from Citizen’s Advice Scotland which aims to help people cut their energy bills and get the financial support they are entitled to. Join Read more…

Help and assistance

If you need any help or support or have any concerns during the current Covid lockdown or as a result of severe weather, please contact our resilient community coordinator Lesley Kirkwood – her contact details are in the email update from the TCC.  Alternatively, get in touch with Gavin Parker, chairman Read more…