1st September – Bowhill House & Newark Castle – Part of the Scottish Borders Heritage Festival 2017
Make sure you come down to Bowhill Castle for a wonderful family night. Everyone is to meet at Bowhill House and then there will be a torchlight walk to Newark Castle. Along the way, there will be storytelling, stops and some surprises.
Everyone is to meet at Bowhill House and then there will be a torchlight walk to Newark Castle, with some short stops and storytelling along the way. The event will finish back at Bowhill House.
Venue: Bowhill Country Estate, Bowhill, Selkirk, TD7 5ET
Cost: Adults £9, Under 16s £6
For more information about booking or general enquiries, click here: http://www.bowhillhouse.co.uk/events/torchlight-walk-to-newark/
1st September – Scocha Performing in Coldstream – Part of the Scottish Borders Heritage Festival 2017
Scotland’s leading ‘Folk n Roll’ band, Scocha are performing in Coldstream for the Borders Heritage Festival.
Venue: Coldstream Community Centre, High Street, Coldstream TD12 4AP
For information about booking, click here: http://coldstream.co/blog/2017/03/return-scocha-1st-sept-2017/
2nd September – Hume Castle (The Road to Pinkie #1) – Part of the Scottish Borders Heritage Festival 2017
The event at Hume Castle is the first of the three precursors to the Battle of Pinkie re-enactment. The Kelso Laddie, Greenlaw Maid and the entourage will be opening the event by riding in.
The day will consist of a medieval re-enactment, storytelling, living history and a tour.
Venue: Hume Castle, Hume, Greenlaw, Berwickshire TD5 7TR
Time: 1 – 9pm
Cost: Free of charge. Donations are welcome.
For more information about Hume Castle, click here: http://humecastle.org/
Sunday 3rd – Saturday 9th September – Scottish Borders Walking Festival
The 23rd Scottish Borders Walking Festival will be based at Peebles in 2017, and will be hosted by The Community Council of the Royal Burgh of Peebles and District. The festival will be held from Sunday 3rd to Saturday 9th September 2017
For further information please check out the following link: http://www.borderswalking.com/
3rd September – Eyemouth Port ( The Road to Pinkie #2) – Part of the Scottish Borders Heritage Festival 2017
Everyone is encouraged to come along to Eyemouth for a fun family day out. The day starts off in Eyemouth centre with a short reading, before a coastal walk to the fort where there will be some living history displays.
Refreshments are available at the adjoining holiday park.
Venue: Eyemouth Fort, Eyemouth, TD14 5BE
9th September – WW1 Heritage Event
Every wanted to know what life was like in the Borders during WW1? Come along to Mac Arts on the 9th and find out.
Venue: MacArts, Bridge Street , Galashiels TD1
Time: 10:00 – 15:00
Cost: Free (Places have to be booked by contacting the Heritage Hub on 01450 360699).
11th – 24th September – Yarrow Ettrick and Selkirk Arts Festival
For further details please check out the following link: http://www.yesartsfestival.co.uk
15th September – Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Venue: Selkirk Victoria Halls, Scott’s Place, Selkirk, TD7 4LN
Cost: Adult: £16, Concessions: $14, Unemployed/U26s/Disabled/Carer: £6, U18: Free