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Experience medieval life in Berwick this weekend

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Bowhill House tour guide Adam Borwick with the recently restored Boulle commode,  designed by renowned French cabinetmaker to Louis XIV, Andr�-Charles Boulle.

18th century Boulle Commode restored to its former glory

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Young People's Glasgow 2018 Junk Art Challenge'Pictured ' L to r'Joe Meekison , Mairead Reid, Rebecca Adams and Nikki McGlynn in George Square in Glasgow.''Aspiring young artists are being challenged to take part in an ambitious art project to design three sculptures made of recycled materials. The sculptures will be showcased at the Year of Young People 2018 space at GO LIVE! at the Green during the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.''The Junk Art Challenge, launched by Young Scot, calls for artists to create thought-provoking sculpture designs that explore young people's passion for sustainability including reducing plastic waste and improving recycling in Scotland.''Young artists aged 11-26 will use recycled, upcycled and reclaimed materials for their sculpture to champion sustainability. The chosen three ideas will be brought to life with help from members of the public of all ages at GO LIVE on the Green.''The activity is part of the young people's area at GO LIVE! at the Green which will be themed aro

Young artists challenged to transform junk into artworks

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William Lockie: Handcrafted in Hawick since 1874,  on display until Sunday, September 9, an  exhibition displaying William Lockie's top-quality products while charting the history of the oldest, family run, knitwear company in Hawick.

New summer exhibitions feature music and hosiery

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The fabric of Borders history comes to Selkirk

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Innerleithen comes together to keep time-honoured traditions

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Nick does his town proud as Jethart Callant

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Mel Gibson during filming in Ireland for The Professor and the Madman.

Film tribute to Borderer nearer release after Mel Gibson lawsuit fails

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Top table, from left: attendants Craig Monks and Thomas Willmott, ex-standard bearer Guy Blair, hon provost Jake Wheelans, chairman Gary Guthrie, Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Peter Forrest, ex-Hawick cornet Greg McLeod, and attendants Robbie Reilly and Liam Cassidy.

Peter joins the ex club at cup night

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Three of the best of American folk bands flock to the Eastgate

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The finalists at the St Mary's Music School Directors' Recital Prize 2018.  From left to right:  Will Fielding, Emma Baird, Fraser Mason and Salvador Sanchez.

Stow student finalist in Scottish Music School prize

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Far, Far from Ypres kicks off its Scottish tour in Selkirk's Victoria Halls.

Far from Ypres, in Selkirk venue

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VIDEO: Galashiels Soprano Mhairi Lawson sings Carissimi

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Turin Brakes

new album by turin brakes

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Young People's Glasgow 2018 Junk Art Challenge'Pictured ' L to r'Joe Meekison , Mairead Reid, Rebecca Adams and Nikki McGlynn in George Square in Glasgow.''Aspiring young artists are being challenged to take part in an ambitious art project to design three sculptures made of recycled materials. The sculptures will be showcased at the Year of Young People 2018 space at GO LIVE! at the Green during the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.''The Junk Art Challenge, launched by Young Scot, calls for artists to create thought-provoking sculpture designs that explore young people's passion for sustainability including reducing plastic waste and improving recycling in Scotland.''Young artists aged 11-26 will use recycled, upcycled and reclaimed materials for their sculpture to champion sustainability. The chosen three ideas will be brought to life with help from members of the public of all ages at GO LIVE on the Green.''The activity is part of the young people's area at GO LIVE! at the Green which will be themed aro

Young artists challenged to transform junk into artworks

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Innerleithen comes together to keep time-honoured traditions

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Nick does his town proud as Jethart Callant

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Mel Gibson during filming in Ireland for The Professor and the Madman.

Film tribute to Borderer nearer release after Mel Gibson lawsuit fails

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