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Many people in the community are aware of the existence of the Stow Parish Trust. It was set up in 1997 to secure parcels of land within Stow for the benefit of the community. Over the years, the Trust has received an income from the sale of small sections of land. The Trust’s annual outgoings […]
Stow Multi Court will be closed from Monday 5th November 2012 for about 4 weeks. This is to allow extension renovation works to be carried out. ...read more
Mr FOTHERGILLS SEEDS MINIMUM 30% DISCOUNT (10% discount on non-seed items) Seed catalogues now available from Moira Fleet, 17 Craigend Road. Orders to be returned by 7th December. Catalogues also at www.mr-fothergills.co.uk but to receive discount, order must be sent through Moira. (Members only, Membership £2)
Sound Out will be working with karaoke legend Allan Marr to hold a family Karaoke night to raise funds for Children in Need on the 24th Nov. Show your support come along, dress up in your Rock Star fancy dress, sing some songs and have a great time. ...read more
The more mature members of our community had a lovely mellow time on this year’s Pensioners Society’s summer outing; all made possible with the kind contributions from the local community – thank you one and all!
The L.C.G. committee are working hard to ﬁnd ways of locally reducing our carbon footprint. In particular, a local wood fuel project is taking shape. If you have some information to share or would like to ﬁnd out more, please get in touch with Steffen email@example.com.
After months of planning Sound Outs ﬁrst Stowed Out Festival brought the whole community together for a great day of live music. The ﬁgures speak for themselves. 8hrs of music, 41 Musicians, 2 Story tellers, 8 Craft stalls, 9 Committee Members , 35 Volunteers. 5 marquees, 500 Members of the public over the 8hours and […]
The month of July heralded the 8th visit by children to the Scottish Borders Link of Chernobyl Children Lifeline. The link was started in Stow in 2001, and since then over 100 children from Belarus have been hosted in the Borders and North Northumberland, and over £50,000 has been raised to fund these annual visits. […]
At a recent public meeting, Fountainhall community discussed making a resilience plan. This is where the community can pull together in bad times; for example , in situations with bad snow, power cuts, ﬂooding, bad accidents, a missing person etc. We have had an excellent response. Our plan is being completed and will be up […]
The children have all settled back to school very happily. We welcomed our new Primary 1 children, who are coping admirably with full school days. Our topic this block is Water, which seems very appropriate considering the weather! The children are having swimming lessons once a week for the next six weeks and extra-curricular football […]