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Week: 30 | 25th July 2019

The day of all days

IT’S the day when Langholm celebrates all that is so…

Week: 30 | 25th July 2019

A night of fun and songs

LANGHOLM Social Club hosted its Cornet’s night last Friday with…

Week: 30 | 25th July 2019

Commission seeks views on land use decisions: New protocol will help organisations to work better together

The Scottish Land Commission has launched a new survey seeking…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

To the moon and back for tea

FIFTY years after the launch of Apollo 11, Langholm enjoyed…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

Boys’ reading challenge: Langholm and Canonbie schoolboys get a helping hand with books

WHEN it comes to reading at school, the boys have…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

Call of the hills

THE build-up to the Common Riding continued on Sunday with…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

Kerbside recycling to save money and planet: Council highlights the benefits of helping residents to recycle

A VISION to recycle more waste and send less to…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

Eskdale lift-off for our Highland Coosmonaut: VisitScotland launch out-of-this-world anniversary campaign

A NEW tourism map highlighting Scotland’s links to space exploration…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

Sun shines on the Benty

CORNET Henry Jeffrey and his followers enjoyed glorious weather on…

Week: 29 | 18th July 2019

Nearly 1,000 people sign petition to buy moorland: Langholm and Newcastleton are delighted with the support of the public

A COMMUNITY buy-out of Langholm Moor by groups in Eskdale…

Week: 28 | 11th July 2019

Dry century could end if new distillery opens: Langholm business seeks town centre premises to distil gin

MORE than 100 years after the Langholm distillery closed, the…

Week: 28 | 11th July 2019

50th festival of folk

SINGERS, dancers and musicians tuned up last weekend for the…

Week: 27 | 4th July 2019

Walls will protect town: Proposed flood protection scheme for Langholm on display

A FLOOD protection scheme comprising walls and embankments for Langholm…

Week: 27 | 4th July 2019

Bunting objection in as council steps away: Common Riding trustees send letter to protest at decision

THE bunting for Langholm Common Riding will no longer be…

Week: 27 | 4th July 2019

Fly me to the moon: Events to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission

AT 2.32pm on July 16, 1969 Apollo 11 was launched…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Applause for achieving pupils

THE presentation of awards to the pupils, who painted pictures…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Course has positive impact: Academy pupils learn traditional rural skills, thanks to businesses

LANGHOLM Academy has collaborated with rural businesses to teach pupils…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Mum runs to thank hospice for its care: Retired teacher enters Great North Run for first time

A CANONBIE woman will run through the streets of Newcastle…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Scouts’ thanks to Janet

WHEN Janet Nicholson’s sons were in the Langholm Cubs and…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Moor sale petition: Eskdale residents have two weeks to register their support

A PETITION seeking support for a community buy-out of Langholm…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Farewell Denise

The end of the school year tomorrow marks the final…

Week: 26 | 27th June 2019

Youths sought after mill blaze: Police appeal for witnesses to suspicious fire

A GROUP of youths are being sought by the police…

Week: 25 | 20th June 2019

On track for next train: Rail group hosts the first commemorative dinner in Langholm

THE first commemorative dinner organised by the Langholm & District…

Week: 25 | 20th June 2019

Gordon, Amber & Me: Newcastleton mother and daughter meet their wildlife heroes

A NEWCASTLETON mother and daughter were bursting with enthusiasm at…

Week: 25 | 20th June 2019

Head pupils

VOTING has taken place at Langholm Academy and the S6…

Week: 25 | 20th June 2019

Forest is important: Eskdalemuir is a vital part of Scotland’s industry

THE importance of the forestry industry in and around Eskdalemuir…

Week: 25 | 20th June 2019

Communities make plans to buy moor: Opportunity for a community buy-out will not happen again

THE first steps towards a community buy-out of Langholm moor…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Recycling cuts costs: FTS Dyers leads the way in disposal of industrial materials

IN THE second of our features, the E&L Advertiser speaks to…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Naturally brilliant: Wild Eskdale takes Canonbie pupils on a journey of discovery

Canonbie Primary School pupils have been down to the woods…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Moor nationally important: Botanist says people need to take direct control of site to secure its future

Chris Miles, the former area manager of Scottish Natural Heritage…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Accomplishment rewarded in a night of prizewinners: Langholm and Canonbie pupils are recognised for their talents

THE Common Riding concert for the Langholm and Canonbie Schools…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Quiz kids do their best

A TEAM from Langholm primary school competed in the district…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Showing the way to a safer day in the hills: Eskdale’s walks get a makeover, thanks to volunteers

THREE stalwart walkers are on a mission to make sure…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Zoe helps save the planet

A RETIRED couple in Langholm are one of the first…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Industrialisation fear: Turbines will destroy natural landscape, campaigners claim

THE company proposing to build a massive windfarm in the…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Sports centre survey appeal

A GROUP investigating the potential for reopening the sports centre…

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