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Crailing, Eckford & Nisbet Community Council are still working hard, on your behalf, to retain the services on Route 120. Although buses are not used by everyone in the area they are a lifeline to a number of people to get to the shops, doctors, dentists, opticians, work and for socilaising. Whilst recognising that times are hard and savings have to be made we believe that greater consideration needs to be given to those who rely on the buses.
A meeting will be held in Eckford Village Hall on the 11th of AugustRead More >
The Rev Frank Campbell will lead a service of re-dedication at the War Memorial where the names of six local men who died in World War 2 have been added to the memorial followed by refreshments at Eckford Village Hall.Read More >
A new show live in concert, classic songs unplugged. Beatles, Eagles, Sting, Fleetwood Mac (two hour show). Tickets £8 at the door. BYOB.Read More >
Friday and Saturday 20 & 21 November (7:00 for 7:30)
Well Road Productions proudly present a fascinating story spanning a thousand years.
Featuring Borders Poetry, Prose, Music and Photography
presented by Jim Chisholm, Irene Chisholm, Ronnie Fleming and David Grant.
Three Course Meal of Hearty Fare (prepared by the Caddy Mann) and fully stocked bar.
Tickets £20 available from
Norrie Fraser 01835 850213, Bruce Kinnoch 01835 850324, Charlie Robertson 01835 850203
Well Road Productions would be very happy for you to spread the word – please feel free to display the attached poster in your work place or any other community notice board or forward details to your friends and relatives from this email.Read More >
with Rev Frank Campbell)
followed by mulled wine, or cuppa, nibbles and a blether.
Santa tells us that he is busier than ever this year so he won’t be able to drop in
but we really hope you can.
MERRY CHRISTMASRead More >
Guest Speaker Colin Gray - Community Right to BuyRead More >
Presented by The Badapple Theatre Company
in ECKFORD VILLAGE HALL
This comedy incorporates baking bread live on stage!
An original comedy-drama by Kate Bramley Starring Colin Moncrieff in a one-man show. “The nimble Moncrieff is playing August de Ville, a master baker whose bakery is the talk of the tiny village of Bottledale. Bramley adds more and more characters, closing in a triumphant clowning scen.”
Ticket Price Adults £7:00 including refreshments. Suitable for children over 10yrs tickets £3.50Read More >
Will share with you how a small stall at a school fair grew and turned into pop up shops and now, three years later, has become a thriving business with two shops specialising in fashion accessories and home and gift wear.
Not a member of W.I. don’t worry visitors are welcome. £3 includes talk, sandwich supper and a raffle ticket. No need to book just turn up and you will be warmly welcomed.Read More >
Meeting of Crailing, Eckford & Nisbet Community Council to be held on 30th March 2016 -See Community Resources for AgendaRead More >
You are invited to attend the
Crailing, Eckford & Nisbet Community Council
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Guest Speaker Jane Bowers will explain proposals for
A BORDERS NATIONAL PARK
If this proposal goes ahead then everyone in the Crailing, Eckford & Nisbet Community Council area will be living in a National Park. There are advantages, such as the potential increase for tourism, however there are also conditions attached to becoming a National Park.
This is your chance to ask questions and give the proposers your thoughts on the matter.
If you cannot make the meeting but have a question to ask then please email it to
If you’d like to be a Community Councillor and be part of a go-ahead group of people, make a difference to your neighbourhood, meet new people, learn new skills and help to develop projects that make this an even better place to live please contact our Secretary
Sylvia Seivwright on 01835 850294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you at the AGMRead More >