Friday 18th August
From 5-7pm at the football field there will be a teddy bears picnic, duck race, and family fun!
Saturday 19th August
The fair will open with a parade leaving Clovenfords Hotel at 1pm. It will march along Vine Street, turn right onto Lairburn Drive, then along to the park.
Gardens Open for Charity
in aid of CLIC Sargent
Wednesday 24th May 2017
Wednesday 14th June 2017
Admission £4.00/Children free
Plants for sale.
The new Powerheart G5 defibrillator has now been installed at Caddonfoot Hall.
It is located beside the front door and is available at all times.
Saturday 1st April 2017 at 2.30pm
Performed by Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre the Dinosaur Detectives will weave their way through the audience to discover a secret doorway. Uncovering the fascinating stories surrounding the fossil finds of amateur archaeologists. The performance is full of facts and illustrated with the use of rod puppets, shadow play and large-scale projections. Following the performance audiences are invited to handle fossils, including real bones and dinosaur poo.
Tickets £5/£3 or £10 for a Family ticket( 1 adult + 2 children) Suitable for age 4+
Available from Clovenfords Hotel or phone 07527800301. Or pay at the door.
Returning to our hall for the third time, with an altered line-up, is the fantastically talented Keats Quartet. Playing a wide selection of music from folk, traditional and classical this string quartet hits all the right notes. We may even be able to encourage them to sing again.
Friday 1st September 2017.
Concert and canapés. Tickets £12.00 available from Clovenfords Hotel from 1st July or
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Talk by Andrew Jepson, Stobs Camp Project Officer, Archaeology Scotland
Friday 17th February at 7.30pm
Stobs Camp: Past, Present and Future
Tickets from Clovenfords Shop or at the door. £5 to include refreshments.
The following events are to be held at the hall.
The Unknown Soldier
A WW1 drama written and performed by Ross Ericsson.
Performing at the Edinburgh Fringe for a second year and selling out at the Assembly Hall.
***** Three Weeks – “Powered by a magnificent solo performance”
**** Edinburgh Guide – “Well worth a watch whether you enjoy war plays or not”
**** Young Perspective – “performed with such raw emotion and sensitivity ….a brilliant play”
Wednesday 9th November at 8.00pm
Tickets £10.00 available from Clovenfords Shop or phone 07527800301
St Andrews Night Ceilidh
26th November at 7.30pm
Dance to Dere Street. Light supper and licensed bar.
Tickets £15.00 each available from 1st November at Clovenfords Shop or phone 07527800301