All is going well with the Youth Club with a good turnout by the children every Thursday in the Town Hall – Katie the Youth Worker is running the Youth Club with the weekly assistance of Sheila Russell and some dedicated local teenagers as well as rota’d parents to assist. Although it has only been […]
In an unexpected move last autumn, Transport Scotland announced that negotiations with the one remaining contractor bidding to design, build and maintain the railway to Tweedbank had been terminated, and that Network Rail had been asked to deliver the project instead. The official position is that the move will not affect either the cost or […]
Solar PV Hotspot offer! Much news recently about the government losing a legal battle for halving feed-in-tariffs for solar PV installations. There is still time to benefit from the current tariffs before the new 3 March 2012 deadline. The Energy Saving Scotland South East has negotiated deals; their aim is to support folk who want […]
The Parish of Stow Community Funds Advisory Panel has agreed new application forms and deadlines for 2012. There are now three different levels of grant funding available each with separate forms. Community groups can apply for Small Grants (£250-£3,000) and Main Grants (£3,000 to £10,000) using the application forms available on the Scottish Community Foundation’s […]
Sound Out is a not for profit organisation based in the Scottish Borders. We provide opportunities and support for young performers or performers just starting out. We stage events where we provide the venue, equipment, insurances and technical support. In some instances we also become the backing band for performers. All profits are used to […]
Rising star Naomi Chapman singing her own song Do you see? at Sound Out’s St.Andrew’s night in Stow Scottish Borders.