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Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland last Thursday opened a new boutique shop filled with designer labels and one-of-a-kind finds at 8-16 Horsemarket, Kelso. The charity's Borders retail team officially opened the new boutique. Shop managers Hazel Millar, from Galashiels, Laura Williamson, Hawick, and Nicola Wood, Melrose, were among those who gathered to support the new Kelso shop manager, Tracey Charters, on the opening day. Pictured: Margaret Kerr, volunteer; Beth Young, Haddington shop manager; Carly Saunders, HR; Tracey Charters; Jennifer Eardley, HR; Carol McGeoghean, assistant manager; Sam Easton, head of retail products.

Kelso charity shop opens its doors

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland has opened a new boutique shop filled with designer labels and one-of-a-kind finds at 8-16 Horsemarket, Kelso.

The charity’s Borders retail team officially opened the new boutique. Shop managers Hazel Millar, from Galashiels, Laura Williamson, Hawick, and Nicola Wood, Melrose, were among those who gathered to support the new Kelso shop manager, Tracey Charters, on the opening day.

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Seven teams of golfers, each comprising four players, played in a Texas scramble to raise money for the charity PATCH (Palliation And The Caring Hospital).'The competition was played at the Monksford course'Pictured, from left: Dr Pamela Levack, Albert Thompson and Dr Gordon Paterson.

Driving to improve palliative care in the Borders

Seven teams of golfers, each comprising four players, played in a Texas scramble to raise money for the charity PATCH (Palliation And The Caring Hospital).

The competition was played at the Monksford course by permission of owner Paul Rooney who, due his generosity in allowing his course to be used free for charity events, has enabled various worthy causes to raise many thousands of pounds over several years.

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