Instead of our usual community litter pick, we’re going to do a community daffodil planting! Thanks to the generousity of a local resident (Rob Cairney), we have a large number of daffodil bulbs available to us and thought it would be a splendid idea to brighten up the village and plant these in communal areas eg around the SUDS basin at Lairburn Drive, the play park, or other communal areas you can think of (including down at Peel/Glenkinnon).
If you would like to help, please meet outside the pub at 10.00 am on Saturday, 2 September, where we will provide the bulbs (and gloves if you want them). However, you will need to bring your own trowel/bulb planter.
Forest Enterprise Scotland is holding a local ‘drop-in’ consultation event for Tweed Valley Forest Park Land Management Plan, including Yair Forest, at Caddonfoot Hall on Monday 11th September from 3-7pm. All welcome.
The 41st annual flower show will be held in Caddonfoot Hall on Sunday 17th September 2017, open to the public from 1-4pm.
Schedules available here or paper copies from Mr W Anderson, Vine Cottage or from Clovenfords Hotel
Friday 18th August
From 5-7pm at the football field there will be a teddy bears picnic, duck race, and scavenger hunt.
Saturday 19th August
The fancy dress competition will be judged at Clovenfords Hotel. Please arrive at 12.50 for judging at 1pm if you want to enter. The fair will then open with a pipe band parade marching to the park.
More details are in the full schedule:
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.
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
Book online at moc.t1516735619enret1516735619nitb@1516735619toofn1516735619oddac1516735619ofni1516735619
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.