Cashflow and profitability are crucial in business, drop in for a chat with a Business Gateway growth adviser to find out how we can help you to address both of these challenges in your business.
We are also working in partnership with Resource Efficient Scotland to support with free and impartial advice to local organisations to reduce costs by saving energy and water, reducing raw materials use and managing waste efficiently. Come along to find out more.
No need to book – this is a drop in event.
Fighting to survive, the Macbeths are propelled towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.
Do you have an older, hard to heat home and/or are interested in renewable energy? An expert from Home Energy Scotland’s Technical Team will be at the Change Works in Peebles hub to offer advice on insulation, glazing and renewable technologies as well as funding options and incentives. Home Energy Scotland is the free impartial energy efficiency advice service from the Scottish Government. Drop in to chat to Home Energy Scotland South East and find out more.
Join the pupils of the Fiona Henderson School of Dance junior school for this dance extravaganza.
Please Note Another Showing on Sunday 27th May
Gardeners looking for inspiration and plants to brighten up their borders will be heading to Dawyck Botanic Garden, near Stobo, on Sunday (27 May).
A plant sale, organised by Friends of Dawyck, will have stalls filled with many gardeners’ favourites and some unusual specimens not normally available in garden centres. The sale will be held from 10am to 3pm and entry is free.
On behalf of the Friends Committee, Elaine Abbot said: ““I first went to the Plant Sale a couple of years ago and was so impressed with the quality and variety of plants I ended up joining the Friends Committee.This year, in the absence of a Plant Sale in Edinburgh, it will make an even more important contribution towards the important work of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Potted up contributions are welcome on the day. The sale offers visitors a chance to pick up something unusual at a competitive price together with a wide range of reliable plants. Our Spring Plant Sale is a good way to support the important work of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Potted up contributions are welcome on the day”.
Last year, the Spring Plant Sale at Dawyck was attended by over 260 people and raised a record £1,779 for the Small Project Fund. Money from the fund contributes to projects that would not normally be possible but which enhance the Garden and our enjoyment of it.
Unadulterated acoustic blues and electric blues rock. “So tight you couldn’t slide a Rizla between them.” – Ian Rankin
As fantastically exciting as they are musically impressive, their infectious energy will sweep you off your feet and stay in your heart forever.
Tweedlove’s annual film night is jam-packed with talks, slideshows, short films and interviews with biking stars.
On the 19th May 1988, a young(ish) Fred MacAulay made his stand-up debut at the Mayfest ‘So You Think You’re Funny” competition with 5 minutes of his own material.
His set, mixing personal family anecdotes and wry observations about society and politics, set the blueprint for a 30 year career that has taken him into television on QI, Have I Got News For You and Mock The Week, and radio with his own show on Radio Scotland , as well as Radio 4’s Newsquiz, Unbelievable Truth and Just A Minute. He has also performed on the live circuit and at Festivals far and wide.
“combines a finely tuned comedy radar and genuine geniality.” Sunday Herald