A FINE company of fellows met under the banner of Langholm Pie Club, in March 2008, consisting of all members, a number of guests and the club's guest of honour for the day John Maxwell MM, who had been accepted into the ranks of the world-famous Chelsea Pensioners.
LANGHOLM'S under 15 boys five-a-side team were riding high in 1993. They won the youth club five-a-side tournament at Lockerbie and the following week they made it through to the semi-finals of the under 16 Dumfriesshire League five-a-side tournament where they were beaten by eventual winners Queen of the South.
THIS Down Memory Lane picture is of members of the Scottish Women's Rural Institute but we have no information on it.
LANGHOLM nursery group had a fundraising campaign for Cancer Research. They held a wedding dress exhibition in the Scott Hay Gallery in October, 1980.
AT Easter time in April 2003, judges Terry and Doreen Bell of Newcastleton British Legion had a hard task on their hands when they judged the painted and decorated eggs at the primary school's annual competition.
AN hour-long silence period must have been a gruelling ordeal for nine Langholm Beaver Scouts. But the dedicated six to eight-year-olds didn't utter a single word as they played games and read books under the supervision of Beaver leader Ann Dunn in the Mission Hall in 1983.
THE Newcastleton WRI museum won the Margaret Oliver trophy in 1983 and, because of its popularity, was opened again the year after.
IN MARCH 1989 Liz Telfer gave a glowing review of LAODS's production of My Fair Lady.