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Biggar Medical Practice Newsletter

To see the November Biggar Medical Practice Newsletter, please click here.

       

1st November

Skirling Village Hall

12.00pm to 1.15pm

 

Skirling First Thursday Lunch Club

Join your neighbours for this month's First Thursday Lunch Club on Thursday 1st November from 12.00pm.

Delicious soup, sandwich and traybake with coffee or tea all for just £2 per person (50p for under 12s).   

Soup
       

4th November

Skirling Village Hall

7.30pm

 

Skirling Poetry Circle

The Skirling Poetry Circle will be meeting next on Sunday 4th November, for the for the reading, writing and general enjoyment of poetry.

Please come along and bring a favourite poem that you have written or read - all welcome!

Any questions, please contact Gavin Mitchell on 07964 667781 or Chris Burn on 07814 074453, or send an email to skirlingpoetry@gmail.com.

Skirling Poetry Circle
       

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Prize-winning Skirling Honeybee Project Update

Our bees have produced quite a bit of honey this year and they have been rewarded with First Prize in the honey class at Biggar Horticultural Show.

Click here to find out more and for an update on our bees.

Bee
     

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Skirling in the 1920s

 

 

Historic Skirling

The Clarkson family provided some fascinating documents about, and photos of, events in Skirling in the 1920s - these include the Skirling War Memorial Dedication in 1920 and the Skirling Reading Room & Recreation Club Report from 1927-28, which includes the agreement to build a new village hall and details about a fete held to support its funding. To read the documents, please click on the links below:

Skirling War Memorial Dedication | Skirling RR&R Club Report 1927-28

To see the photos, please visit the gallery.

       
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Skirling Village Hall Newsletter

Reslating of the hall has now finished and we are very grateful to SSE Clyde Borders Community Fund for the substantial grant, without which it would not have been possible.

This means Skirling's social events are starting up again - thanks to the Village Hall Committee for pulling together a thorough newsletter.

       
   

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