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SIGNIFICANT SCOTRAIL REDUCTION FROM MONDAY 23 MAY. The much-heralded half-hourly service from Stow will be cut significantly from Monday 23 as part of Scotrail’s emergency timetable, caused by a shortage of drivers. In particular, there will be only three trains departing Stow for Edinburgh before 0900 and only three departing Edinburgh for Tweedbank after 1800hrs. […]

Garden Group meeting

The Gala Water Horticultural Society is hosting another Garden group meeting on Thursday 19th May at Stow Station House. They will be holding a vote to decide whether we should hold a Flower and Produce show this year and looking towards future projects. All are welcome. The meeting starts at 7.30pm.

Archive Cafe Sessions return!

HISTORIC CAFE SESSIONS RETURN TO STOW!  The Gala Water History & Heritage Association (GWHHA), often simply known as The Archives, are bringing back their hugely popular monthly cafe sessions in the Cloudhouse Cafe.  From 10.30am, 7 June, these sessions will return on the first Tuesday of the month. Interested in the wonderful history of our […]

Queen's Jubilee Afternoon Tea

To celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee, there will be a free event in Fountainhall Village Hall, Saturday 4 June, from 2-5pm. Places are only avaiable on a first-come basis. Afternoon tea supplied by Lou’s Catering.

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We are excited to present our  online guide to Stow and the surrounding area shows general visitor information and points of historical interest. It also marks walking and cycling routes based around Stow. This is an essential guide to a hidden gem of the Scottish Borders.  Download it here www.locus-focus.co.uk/FocusOn/Stow

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