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Week: 22 | 29th May 2020

The wonders of walking

CAROLYN Cuthbert and her husband Ian (Cuthy) have made the…

Week: 14 | 2nd April 2020

The Rainbow Connection

Following the coronavirus lockdown, many families in Langholm have decided…

Week: 14 | 2nd April 2020

Restaurant Review : The Boathouse Glencaple

Reviewer: Clare Rogerson Boreland We pulled up into a nice…

Week: 14 | 2nd April 2020

Walk the Walk

E&L Life columnist Gavin Graham has an ambition to walk…

Week: 08 | 20th February 2020

Holy Isle retreat brings patience and generosity

Daily distractions abandoned at Centre of World Peace and Health…

Week: 07 | 13th February 2020

Jobs for vital volunteers

AVRIL Bannatyne has volunteered at The Buccleuch Centre since it…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Food parcels are only the start

HAZEL Thompson, manager at Kate’s Kitchen, has watched demand steadily…

Week: 04 | 23rd January 2020

Positive response to holiday pod proposal

Business wants to expand park to attract more overnight visitors…

Week: 50 | 12th December 2019

Excellent duo top the bill

By Iain Bell LEONARD Brown and Malcolm Ross topped the…

Week: 49 | 5th December 2019

Lighting up Langholm

THE day had everything: a crisp, sunny afternoon; Santa and…

Week: 49 | 5th December 2019

Santa’s little helpers

LANGHOLM teenagers Emily Hislop and Jessica Kenny were in good…

Week: 48 | 28th November 2019

Meet Katherine and her traffic cone hat

CANONBIE Probus Club and visitors from Langholm Probus enjoyed a…

Week: 32 | 8th August 2019

Hall looks to future: Eskdalemuir venue will host regular events with its neighbour

WITH changes to the committee last year, a fresh lick…

Week: 31 | 1st August 2019

Sorry, no Christmas pud here

CHRISTMAS and the Common Riding: For many of us, the…

Week: 23 | 6th June 2019

Telling tales through time: End of season stories of Ben Nevis, Ireland, wartime, and knitting

CANONBIE SWI held the last meeting of the season and…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Egg and bacon, please

WORD is getting around about a new breakfast menu at…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Bra-vo! Moonlit walk amazing

WHAT better way to raise money for charity than walking…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Ivanhoe at the ready: A lifelong passion with the Armstrongs led to tour business

By David McVittie A COMMON sight around Langholm and the…

Week: 19 | 9th May 2019

Adam’s labour of love: Accordion and Fiddle Club chairman bows out after 30 years

AFTER being at the helm of the Langholm Accordion and…

Week: 19 | 9th May 2019

The bluebells of Eskdale

THE gardens at Westerhall near Bentpath will open once again…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Capturing history in the spoken word: Langholm voices included in Ewart Library ethnology project

THE recording of voices talking about lost ways of life…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

A fresh start in Eskdale

In our final instalment on the life of Janet Armstrong,…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Water births to laptops - a midwife’s life

THE speaker at the Canonbie SWI meeting this month received…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

Stunning landscapes

BOB McLure talked to members of the Buccleuch Centre patrons’…

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