Come along to the Masonic Lodge in Innerleithen this Saturday (20th) and help to raise much needed funds for Walkerburn RFC and enjoy a delicious bacon, sausage, or fried egg roll with tea or coffee included.
Table-top sale of homebaking and a raffle.
Also photographs by Graham Riddell Photography for sale.
The lastest What's On guide for November to December (see attached)
Monday 5th November from 7:30pm - 7:45pm in the field next to the Health Centre. See What's On.
Innerleithen & District have been successfully upgraded to high-speed broadband and various dignitaries were on hand for the official launch photo call to mark the occasion on Monday, 19th March.
Bt Infinity Superfast Broadband is officially launched at Innerleithen, Peeblesshire in the Scottish Borders on 19th March 2012.(L-R) Roddy McKenzie , George Brown (Chair Innerleithen Community Council), Louise Humphrey (Head of Scottish Affairs, BT Group), David Mundell MSP, James McClafferty (BT Regional Director), Councillor Graham Garvie, Marc McColgan (1st customer), Councillor Gavin Logan, Ross McGuinn, Christine Graham MSP, Stuart Bell.
Photo: Graham Riddell Photography
Issued at - 08 Feb 2012, 12:17
Valid from - 09 Feb 2012, 00:00
Valid to - 09 Feb 2012, 18:00
An area of rain will move southeastwards from Scotland into England early on Thursday. In places this will fall onto very cold surfaces, such as roads, and will freeze instantly, forming a layer of ice. The public should be aware that this will make pavements very dangerous locally, and driving conditions could become extremely hazardous, particularly where roads are untreated. There is however a lot of uncertainty regarding how severe this event will be. The warning level may be upgraded to amber in some locations in due course.
By dawn on Thursday slightly less cold air should have reached most of Scotland, allowing any ice to melt here. After dawn this less cold air will slowly move further south, into some parts of northern England, alleviating any icy conditions here too.