Innerleithen Can Grow are setting up a community garden in the grounds of St Ronan’s Primary school and would like to involve members of the community. There are free gardening sessions available and support to grow at home.
Volunteers required to help with The Wells Garden - Call Jan on 07739031868
The Wells garden is maintained by a very informal group of guerrilla gardeners who are committed to seeing this beautiful and iconic garden flourish as part of the St Ronans Well. It is a truly stunning spot and while we work in the garden we have glorious views over the roof tops and across the Tweed valley. It would indeed be unthinkable to neglect this lovely garden and we need people to come and join us to help with its upkeep. We meet up weekly on Thursdays and on the second Saturday of every month. It's a good opportunity to make friends, get some exercise, and learn a bit about gardening. We also grow lots of herbs which people are welcome to come and cut to take home. We have some tools and can provide tea and coffee but wear stout footwear and clothes suitable for working in the outdoors. Call Jan on 07739031868 if you want more details.
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Welcome to Inspiring Innerleithen . A new community page to encourage everyone who lives in our beautiful town to post pictures and comments on the positive side of Innerleithen life. Please visit the page and participate in this exciting community project.
Welcome to Innerleithen the eighth largest settlement in the Scottish Borders.
The Innerleithen Online web site has been created by Innerleithen and District Community Council to provide information about this beautiful area of southern Scotland.
This area lies within the Tweed Valley and is an excellent leisure centre for golf, fishing, mountain biking and walking. The Southern Upland Way is also within easy reach.
There is a busy events calendar throughout the year which includes musical events, festivals and sporting pursuits, so there are lots to see and do. We also have an amazing array of local organisations which cater for a wide variety of interests and who welcome new members.