Saturday 18 : 2 – 4pm
Lyne and Manor Church: The annual Wayside Market will be held in the beautiful gardens of Kirkton Manor House (beside church): Entry £2.50 (children free). Stalls with plants and produce, home baking and bric à brac. Cream teas available.
Spatz and Co eight piece showband deliver great musicianship and fine style with a good pinch of humour.
In 1971, a young housewife organizes the women of her town to petition for the right to vote.
Eddleston Circular. A strenuous circular walk, starting at Eddleston Primary School, ascending to Milkieston, Whiteside Edge, Cardon Law, Longcote, Howgate Nick and back to start. 6.2 miles/10 km, ascent 1640 feet/500m.
Tweeddale Ramblers. All walks meet at Kingsmeadows car park unless otherwise stated. For further information, please phone Eleanor, 01721 722532, Mobile 07736 369336, or visit http://www.ramblers.org.uk/tweeddale
Weekly Every Monday at 10am. Meet inside the Burgh Hall. The Walk is a health walk and is led by qualified Walk Leaders. The walk is suitable for all abilities. The walk is free with a free refreshment at the end – ALL WELCOME
A sale of produce in aid of local charities will take place at the March Street Mill allotments Open Day. The event follows the success of the allotment holders first Open Day last year. Refreshments will again be available.
This year the gardeners are also holding their first fun fruit and vegetable competition – no prizes but a certain amount of pride will go to the winners, whose produce will be on display.
The entrance to the allotments is through the wide wire gate next door to 58 Rosetta Road, Peebles.
Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible) is left to care for the kids while Helen (Elastigirl) is out saving the world.
We mark the centenary of the birth of beloved Scottish writer Dame Muriel Spark (1918-2006) with a screening of the most celebrated film adaptation of her work. Oscar-winning Maggie Smith gives one of the defining performances of her career as Jean Brodie, a headstrong, unconventional teacher at a private school in 1930s Edinburgh. Smith captures the haughty grandeur and vulnerability of a complex force of nature, who proves a dangerous influence on the impressionable minds of her beloved ’gels’.
We meet every Monday at the County Inn for some informal strumming and singing.
New people always welcome, whether experienced or beginner, for some enjoyable evenings.
Contact Shirley email@example.com.
The Community Garden
Our community garden is set in the heart of the community, the garden behind Victoria Park Centre in Peebles.
We run weekly volunteer sessions (Tuesday and Friday 10am – 12pm), with people of all ages, and work with service users from Victoria park centre.
We have activities for everyone, no green fingers needed and are always on the lookout for new volunteers to come and work with us, so please do get in touch if you fancy joining us. We encourage people to take home some garden produce when available. Activities range from mowing, strimming, planting out seedlings, sowing seeds, and watering, there really is something for everyone. Please email Nichole at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We have lots of wonderful fruit and veggies growing, and enjoy trying to grow some unusual things in this Scottish climate. We have aubergines, cucumbers, tomatoes, pak choi and lots of salad in our polly tunnel, along with courgettes, beans, beetroot, potatoes, spinach, chard, kale, onions, sprouts, garlic, squashes, pumpkins, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, radish, carrots, and leeks, in our outdoor beds. Our produce is used in our Cook Kids cooking sessions and are currently supplying the Tontine Hotel, The Food Foundation and Windlestraw Lodge with organic fresh veggies.
Thank you to CCF for supporting this project.