Upcoming Events

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  • General Interest:
    Saturday, 20 August 2022 02:30 pm
    Rural Product Show 2022

    at Carlops Village Hall
    The return of the annual Rural Product Show. For links to information about classes and the recipe for a vegan Fruit Loaf  see the right hand side bar .  Entry for exhibits 8:00 - 10:00 am. General admission 2:30pm £2 (schoolchildren free) For more information contact Hannah Walters hannahwalterslangskaill@yahoo.co.uk
  • General Interest:
    Sunday, 14 August 2022 02:30 pm
    Carlops Apiary Visit

    We cordially invite all community members interested in the Carlops Apiary project to our next meeting and, if any are keen to take up the craft, to our other meetings. We will supply protective bee suits but, as we have limited space, we may need to limit the number of visitors. If anyone is left out, we can arrange extra meetings to accommodate everybody. Email Dave Stokes TrikinDave@live.co.uk to book a place
    As always, we will have a pot-luck pi
  • General Interest:
    Thursday, 30 June 2022 12:00 am
    Messages from Scottish Borders Council

    View messages from Scottish Borders Council up to 26th July  clicking on this link: http://carlops.net/messages-from-scottish-borders-council/.  Recent messages: Lidl Neighbourly Feed It Back campaign; the Polish Map of Scotland; Recruitment to Tweeddale Assessment Panel
  • General Interest:
    Saturday, 25 June 2022 12:00 am
    Summer of Art in Galashiels

    at Old Gala House Galashiels
    Live Borders Museums and Galleries present a Summer of Art from all over the Borders including paintings by Carlops' own Catriona Taylor (Delves). For details contact   catrionataylor18@gmail.com.  Old Gala House, Scott Crescent, Galashiels from Saturday June 25th - Sunday Sep 3rd. 10am -4pm every day except for Sunday


The Stagecoach 101/2 is reprieved until March 2023!

Great News! A new message from Ian Reid received Wednesday 20th July: Huge development last night. At public demo in West Linton, Cllr Viv Thomson confirmed that after massive public outcry and sustained campaigning within and between communities along the route, the threat of service removal in mid August has been withdrawn. Additional funding, from Scottish Borders Council, STP (South Lanarkshire Council) and SWESTRANS (Dumfries and Galloway Council) now allows service to continue a further 7 months until March 2023. Communities along the route now ready to mobilise to protect long-term future of service and work with local authorities, partner agencies and government to achieve improved and sustainable service. Of course, a huge thank you everyone – each and every one of you have made this happen. And ………in the words of Karen Carpenter ‘We’ve only just begun!!’

Game on!