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Calling all photographers to put nature in the frame

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www.iangeorgesonphotography.co.uk'Pictured Whitney (Black Horse) Lady Phoebe Pulleine'Pluto (White Horse) Lady Bethany Martin ''JOUSTERS, KNIGHTS & JESTERS MAKE TRACKS TO TRAQUAIR''TRAQUAIR MEDIEVAL FAYRE'Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May 2018'11am ' 5pm'Traquair House Innerleithen Peeblesshire'''Traquair Medieval Fayre, now in its 15th year, is held in the grounds of Scotland's Oldest Inhabited House and is Scotland's only authentic Medieval Fayre.''From spectacular jousting displays on the grassed avenue that get bigger and better every year to wandering through the old walled garden filled with medieval traders, workshops and demonstrations there is something for everyone to learn and enjoy.''Re-enactors come from far and wide and this year Les Chardons d'Orleans have travelled from France to explain life, military tactics and fight techniques from the heart of the Auld Alliance. They will be joined by the Douglas Retinue on the avenue who will be involved in a few skirmishes throughout the day. ''In front

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Fiery five piece highland band

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Fantastic collection of creepy crawlies at Hawick Museum

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“Emergence’’ stands as a lasting memorial to Aileen

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Wide-ranging concert covers music from the Americas

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A Scots Gaelic sign on the Isle of Skye

Quiz: How good is your Scottish Gaelic?

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13 Brew co-owner Steve Anderson promoting this week's audition.

Postponed Voice UK audition being held in Hawick this week

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Fiery five piece highland band

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Abbey Consort cross the Atlantic with their spring concert entitled 'Music of the Americas'.

Wide-ranging concert covers music from the Americas

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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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Scottish singer-songwriter Karine Polwart.

Hawick park to host two series of shows

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Butterfly on a thistle.

Calling all photographers to put nature in the frame

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www.iangeorgesonphotography.co.uk'Pictured Whitney (Black Horse) Lady Phoebe Pulleine'Pluto (White Horse) Lady Bethany Martin ''JOUSTERS, KNIGHTS & JESTERS MAKE TRACKS TO TRAQUAIR''TRAQUAIR MEDIEVAL FAYRE'Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th May 2018'11am ' 5pm'Traquair House Innerleithen Peeblesshire'''Traquair Medieval Fayre, now in its 15th year, is held in the grounds of Scotland's Oldest Inhabited House and is Scotland's only authentic Medieval Fayre.''From spectacular jousting displays on the grassed avenue that get bigger and better every year to wandering through the old walled garden filled with medieval traders, workshops and demonstrations there is something for everyone to learn and enjoy.''Re-enactors come from far and wide and this year Les Chardons d'Orleans have travelled from France to explain life, military tactics and fight techniques from the heart of the Auld Alliance. They will be joined by the Douglas Retinue on the avenue who will be involved in a few skirmishes throughout the day. ''In front

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Free to use.images'Hawick Museum, Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick, TD9 7JL''Festival of Museums is an annual event coordinated by Museums Galleries Scotland to showcase Scotland's extensive cultural offering through well over 100 exciting events taking place throughout the country, suited for both family and adult audiences. The event takes place Saturday 19 ' Monday 21 May this year.'As part of the festival, the Hawick Museum is hosting an Ugly Bug Ball for children aged 8 and under. The event will include a disco, crafting activities and a chance to visit the museum's mini beast exhibit.''PIC PHIL WILKINSON 'info@philwilkinson.net'www.philwilkinson.net'01316186373 - 07740444373

Fantastic collection of creepy crawlies at Hawick Museum

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Gavin and Stuart Harris, flanked by Graham Stewart and Susheila Jamieson, with the limestone sculpture named, Emergence, a memorial to his wife and daughter.

“Emergence’’ stands as a lasting memorial to Aileen

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