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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…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Season starts well: Drum major impresses with his skills in contests

LANGHOLM Pipe Band is celebrating a great start to its…

Week: 24 | 13th June 2019

Wishlist for south’s economic prosperity: Partnership holds another round of meetings this month

A WISHLIST for the south of Scotland’s future economic growth…

Week: 23 | 6th June 2019

Jamie has just two wins to go before turning pro: Popular Langholm jockey shows his commitment to racing

Horseracing Langholm’s 26-year-old jockey Jamie Gormley is just two winners…

Week: 23 | 6th June 2019

Elections Malawi style

Bob Milne, former Langholm minister, sends his second report from…

Week: 23 | 6th June 2019

Common Riding members congratualte Cornet Jeffrey: Christopher Tait appointed as Castle Craigs fair crier

A COMMON Riding members’ meeting was held in the Crown…

Week: 23 | 6th June 2019

Patience plea for playpark

More than £14,000 is still to be raised before a…

Week: 22 | 30th May 2019

Apollo 11 inspires pupils

PUPILS at Langholm Academy looked to the stars during science…

Week: 22 | 30th May 2019

Dawn presents work on stroke diagnosis: Langholm physiotherapist impresses at international congress

PHYSIOTHERAPIST, who developed a tool to help to diagnose strokes,…

Week: 22 | 30th May 2019

Hall fundraiser makes £200

MORE than £200 was raised at a spring market in…

Week: 22 | 30th May 2019

Plants and cakes make a good day out

TINNISBURN Plants near Harelaw opened its gates over the bank…

Week: 22 | 30th May 2019

Weaving a new future: Grant will aid resurgence in textile industry in Muckle Toon

THE Langholm Initiative has received a grant award from the…

Week: 22 | 30th May 2019

One muckle leap for Langholm tourism: Eskdale to benefit from global campaign by VisitScotland

A GLOBAL campaign to promote Langholm’s connection to the first…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Straight from the horse’s mouth

TWO equestrian establishments in Eskdale were on the itinerary of…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Ian and professor are enthralling

THERE was a record audience for the two speakers at…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Bags of support from hospital friends

THE Thomas Hope Hospital League of Friends has, once again,…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

CCTV urgently needed: Community council puts together a bid to fund security cameras

THE need for CCTV in Newcastleton to protect property is…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Student has designs on good vibrations: Town band player wants to help musicians feel sound

MUSICIANS with hearing impairments could soon benefit from an enhanced…

Week: 21 | 23rd May 2019

Egg and bacon, please

WORD is getting around about a new breakfast menu at…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Amazing Rotary walk: Umbrella walkers in Langholm and Canonbie raise £27,000

UMBRELLA walkers in Langholm and Canonbie raised £27,000 at the…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Billy recalls his big day

BILLY Laidlaw, who is this year’s jubilee Cornet at Langholm…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Stakeholders must have say in agency: MSP puts forwards amendments to enterprise bill

A ROUNDTABLE breakfast has been held to gather views from…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Tub Paula takes charge of the Copshaw bikes

NEWCASTLETON nurse and artist Paula Downey has been elected as…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

1,000 votes cast

IT WAS a night which will long be remembered in…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

It’s been some week for Henry

By Scott McCarthy LANGHOLM folk braved the unseasonal weather in…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Project to save lives secures more funds

A PROJECT to install eight defibrillators in Eskdale and Ewes…

Week: 20 | 16th May 2019

Kerbside recycling to come to D&G: Councillors approve option to allow residents to recycle at home

DUMFRIES and Galloway Council is introducing a kerbside collection service…

Week: 19 | 9th May 2019

Craigs’ boys have grand night: Club’s future in safe hands

THE Castle Craigs Club held its annual boys’ night in…

Week: 19 | 9th May 2019

Dream kitchen for Day Centre: Mary Buckley of Westerhall officially opens the new extension

LANGHOLM Day Centre’s transformation into a modern, fit-for-purpose building was…

Week: 19 | 9th May 2019

Jilly . . . Langholm’s magical MasterChef: Humble champ charms and impresses the audience

STILL riding high after her success in this year’s MasterChef,…

Week: 19 | 9th May 2019

Steps taken towards new sports centre

A TEAM has been put together to progress a project…

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