GLORIOUS weather brought the crowds to Canonbie show in 2002, and although the entries in the hall were slightly down on 2001, with a total of 853 in the adults and 262 in the children's section, the standard was still very high.
WE have been given the names by Cyril Johnstone of a number of people in this picture, which was in last week's Common Riding supplement.
ON COMMON Riding day in 1951 Cornet William Park and the cavalcade, on arrival at the Castle Craigs, partook of the traditional fare of barley bannocks and saut herrin', washed down with mountain dew and here the proclamation was made by Mr R I Borthwick.
AFTER last week's Down Memory Lane picture showing the gallop up the Kirk Wynd through the crowds on Common Riding day 1951, this photo shows Irene Armstrong on the piebald at the front.
WITH Common Riding day fast approaching, over the next three weeks we will be taking a look at Common Riding day in 1951 when William Park was Cornet.
THIS is the Eskdaill Street gang on Common Riding day in 1965.