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Multi Court Open

Multi Court Open

After an extensive overall, Stow Multi Court is now open for use more

New Stow Bike Repair Service

I’ll go over all the nuts, bolts, brakes and more to make sure your bike is ready for anything the harsh winter months may throw at it! See my page in the business section, stow bike repair service

Christmas Choir

Christmas Choir

Join the Gala Water Singers Community Choir and local musicians in celebrating Christmas. more

Multi Court Revamp

Multi Court Revamp

The rejuvenation work being carried out to the Multi Court is well under way. The erection of new bounce walls has now been completed and the specialist firm of DOE Sport have started lifting and replacing the Astro Turf carpet. Weather permitting; the works will be completed by Friday 30th November.

Stow Old Time Dancing

Get your dancing shoes on and have some fun with the music of Wullie Macfarlane on December 8th, Stow Town Hall 7:30. Tea and coffee provided! We shall be dancing every second Saturday of the month until the end of April 2013. Come and give it a whirl! Contact Bill on 01578 730355 or Tom […]

Community Resilience Plan

Community Resilience Plan

The Community Council would like to see if a community resilience plan can be established in Stow. Can you get involved? more

Spotlight on Alistair Riddell

The Spotlight On column is intended to shine a light on people who are quietly working away behind the scenes in efforts to make our communities better places to live. As a member of the community council, Alistair (Danny) Riddell is one such person. Alistair is a Stow man through and through. His family have […]

Campaign for Borders Rail

Following months of delays, the official signing of the transfer of responsibility for the construction of the Borders Railway from Transport Scotland to Network Rail will take place on Tuesday 6th November at the National Mining Museum in Newtongrange. The invitation to the event continued “Keith Brown MSP, the Minister for Transport and Veterans, will […]

Grant money update

With grant money from the Windfarm Community Benefit Fund, the Archive Group are forging ahead with creating facsimile copies of the Victorian cuttings books created by the Rev.William Workman who was minister of the parish from 1882 – 1910. Also, we are delighted to announce that Lucy Stock has been appointed as freelance cataloguer, with […]

Low Carbon Galawater winter update

Winter is upon us, time for the woolly jumpers again. Slow-cookers will be simmering away, with hearty stews and chunky soups. This year, some households will spend less on heating, having insulated their houses better. The long-awaited Green Deal launched on 01 October. This is a new initiative that will let homes and businesses pay […]


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