June Gathering of the Scottish Borders Cultural Forum

4.30pm – 6.00pm, Friday 30th June 2017 (with the option to stay on for Magnetic North’s Rough Mix Sharing at 6.00pm) Eastgate Theatre, Peebles The Scottish Borders Cultural Forum supports the work of the local cultural sector by creating a space for networking, sharing concerns, ideas and resources and finding solutions to common problems. It comes…

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Community Consultation for Galashiels Masterplan

An Invitation to the Cultural and Creative Sector Wednesday 24th May 2017 Volunteer Hall, Galashiels 1.00pm – 2.00pm  Walkabout and Discussion (starting at the Volunteer Hall) 6.00pm – 8.00pm  Open Forum As part of the Borders Railway Blueprint programme, masterplans for Galashiels and Tweedbank are being created.  Setting out a medium to long term strategy for…

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Business Gateway Borders has Moved

Business Gateway Scottish Borders are now based at Tower Mill, Kirkstile, Hawick after 16 years in Selkirk. Borders Business Gateway has been based at Ettrick Riverside in Selkirk since 2001. The move will enable the expansion of a private sector firm at Ettrick Riverside. Councillor Stuart Bell, Executive Member for Economic Development “Our Business Gateway…

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CABN Office Move

CABN Leader Mary Morrison recently moved from Hawick to be based with the Live Borders Arts & Creativity team in St Mary’s Mill, Selkirk. Mary’s new contact details are: Tel: 01750 726400 Mob: 07789 944993 Email: MMorrison@liveborders1.org.uk Address: Arts & Creativity, Live Borders, St Mary’s Mill, Level Crossing Road, Selkirk, TD7 5EW CABN Clerical Assistant,…

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Borders creatives attend Cross Party Group on Culture

A strong showing of creatives from the Borders attended a recent Cross-Party Group on Culture at the Scottish Parliament on 14th March 2017. The question being posed was: Regeneration – can artists and planners work together?  Speakers included Kevin Stewart, Minister for Local Government and Housing, Matt Baker, Orchestrator of the Stove Network, Petra Biberbach, Chief…

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