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19 February

Broughton Primary School



Big Drum Adventure

Ever wanted a go at drumming? Join professional drummer, Mat Clements, for 5 evening drumming sessions on Mondays starting on the 19th February.

Adults, teenagers and children over 10 are all welcome and there is a suggested donation of £5 per person for all five sessions.

Booking is essential, please contact Ingrid ( or 07531 109497). Click here for the poster.




24 February

Skirling Village Hall

7pm for 7.30pm


Burns Supper

Join us for our annual three-course Burns Supper on Saturday 24th February at Skirling Village Hall.

Tickets are £15 per person - please contact Katy Miller (860252) or Andrew Clark (860248) to book.

Vegetarian haggis option available. BYOB.

Rabbie Burns


Localities Bid Fund

Vote by end February


LBF - Tweeddale Vote

Scottish Borders Council has allocated £500,000 to a Localities Bid Fund to support community projects and initiatives using participatory budgeting (public voting). The aim is to benefit communities, by supporting community groups to fund ideas and projects which improve the lives of people living in the Scottish Borders. 

The fund is split across five areas and the projects to be put to the vote have now been published - please click here for the Tweeddale Project details.

To vote online, visit: You have until the end of February to cast your vote.



Borders Community Fund

Next deadline: 4 Feb



Clyde Wind Farm - Borders Community Fund (£25,000)

Grants of up to £25,000 are available for community groups in Skirling to support projects which:

  • enhance quality of life for local residents
  • contribute to vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable communities
  • promote community spirit and encourage community activity

The deadlines for application in 2018 are:

4th February | 25th April | 1st August | 28th November

If you have an idea for our community and would like the support of a local group, please do not hesitate to get in touch via the Community Council or the Skirling Village Hall Committee.

Application Form | Guidelines | Website



Youth Bursary Scheme


Clyde Wind Farm - Borders Youth Bursary Scheme

Skirling Community Council has been provided with funding for the new Borders Youth Bursary Scheme. 

The money is to allow children in Skirling, 18 and under, to participate in sporting and artistic activities that they would otherwise not have access to, due to our rural location and/or lack of funding.

For more details, please click here.

To apply, please download the following:

Guidelines | Application Form


September 2017 to March 2018

Broughton Village Hall

7pm for 7.30pm start


Upper Tweed Community Cinema

Welcome to the Film Club's 2017/18 Autumn/Winter season.

Membership is £20 per person for all six screenings and includes a complimentary drink. For more details, click here for the leaflet.

Film Club

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