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  • Carlops Theatre:
    Saturday, 28 September 2019 12:00 am
    Odd Productions at Carlops: "Unveiled Secrets"

    at Carlops Village Hall
    Four women, four secrets, four short plays  produced by Odd Productions Theatre Company involving local writers & actors. Tickets available from lesmorss@carlops.net, price £10.00 including free glass of wine/soft drinks.  Audience 16 + First Steps, by Anita John, and The Other Nathan, by Oliver Eade, show, with humour, conflict and heartache, how families can learn hidden secrets about older relatives. In Give the Dog a Bone (Oliver Eade), a middle-aged woman is shocked to learn revel
  • Film:
    Friday, 18 October 2019 07:30 pm
    PFS: Nae Pasaran

    Dir: Felipe Bustos Sierra, 2016, 96 min, Scottish. One principled good man at the Rolls Royce factory in East Kilbride says no when Chilean Air Force jet engines arrive for maintenance. His colleagues join him in the longest single act of resistance to Pinochet’s coup and dictatorship and ground the planes. This fascinating story is told by the eloquent and witty retired shop stewards themselves. It is a powerful and uplifting account of workers’ decency, courage and solidarity.

Save the Carlops Bus!

Update – 100/101 Service

Sign the petition:  https://chn.ge/2JR8Dsb

Heather Anderson

West Linton, United Kingdom

Here are 3 more things you can do to help protect this bus route:

1. SPREAD THE WORD! Like and share the petition link with family, friends and neighbours. If they’re not online, paper copies of the petition will be available in West Linton and Carlops shortly – watch this space!

2. COME ALONG on Saturday 12 May at 10.50am for a group photo at the West Linton bus stop (by the Manor Garage). This will help show the strength of feeling and help us with press coverage.

3. TAKE A SELFIE on the bus or at the bus stop (or just a photo out the window of the bus if you prefer) and send it to me at heather.anderson@scotborders.gov.uk with a brief caption as to why the bus is important to you. We can then build a photo gallery along the route

Thank you again for showing your support for this vital local bus service.

Cllr Heather Anderson, SNP, Tweeddale West