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Keep your eyes peeled in Kelso for a lonely bouquet

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Tide Lines, who have just completed a national sell out tour, are to headline Stowed Out Festival  2018.

Tide lines at stow

Music
Benjamin Myers wins the ninth Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction with The Gallows Pole.

The Gallows Pole scoops the £25,000 Walter Scott Prize

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Fr@gile - an installation created by a group of local young people, thanks to funding from YouthLink Scotland. It explores communication, and the shifting ways in which we interact with the digital age. The Young Alchemy Moving Image Makers are: Lucka Best, Esme Biggar, Amelie Berry, Sophie Berry, Yasmin Watson, Skye Sommerville, Gavin Black, and Pippa Cuthbert.

Alchemy puts Hawick on the map as Scotland’s Film Town

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Budding Borders bards sought to get to the heart of caring

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Lloyd Smith exhibition raises money for palliative care unit

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2018 Hawick Cornet Gareth Renwick living the dream as end of common riding draws near

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Wilton Lodge Park summer bandstand series launched

Music

IN PICTURES: Mosspaul rideout

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Tide lines at stow

Music

Wilton Lodge Park summer bandstand series launched

Music
Chris Achenbach, Director of Music at Holy Trinity church, and Kate Blackledge, one of the church choristers, put in some practice for the music festival, which starts on Saturday, May 17.

Call out for Borders singers to join royal wedding concert

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Catfish and the Bottlemen are among the headliners at this year's Kendal Calling festival.

Catfish and the Bottlemen, Run DMC and the Libertines to headline 2018’s Kendal Calling festival

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Harpist, Gwen Sinclair, one half of BabaYaga.

Harp and saxophone duo Baba Yaga interpret Mussorgsky

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Amanda Barnes, from Cherrytrees Flower Garden near Kelso, is taking part in  the lonely bouquet scheme as part of British Flowers Week which encourages everyone to buy more seasonal, locally grown cut flowers.

Keep your eyes peeled in Kelso for a lonely bouquet

Arts
Benjamin Myers wins the ninth Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction with The Gallows Pole.

The Gallows Pole scoops the £25,000 Walter Scott Prize

Arts
Fr@gile - an installation created by a group of local young people, thanks to funding from YouthLink Scotland. It explores communication, and the shifting ways in which we interact with the digital age. The Young Alchemy Moving Image Makers are: Lucka Best, Esme Biggar, Amelie Berry, Sophie Berry, Yasmin Watson, Skye Sommerville, Gavin Black, and Pippa Cuthbert.

Alchemy puts Hawick on the map as Scotland’s Film Town

Arts
A local opticians from Galashiels is encouraging would-be writers and poets to submit prose to a national Creative Writing Competition run by the charity, Carers UK.'Specsavers ongoing support of the writing competition campaign aims to increase awareness of its home-visiting service to individuals who are unable to make it to a store unaccompanied.

Budding Borders bards sought to get to the heart of caring

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