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Week: 43 | 24th October 2019

Loughborough learns lessons around Langholm

IF YOU were to design a visitor centre to reflect…

Week: 43 | 24th October 2019

Firm’s community work earns award nomination: Langholm windfarm developer is in line for a national prize

THE developer of the Crossdykes windfarm near Langholm has been…

Week: 43 | 24th October 2019

90% want flood scheme: Newcastleton residents have their say on wall and other options

NINE out of 10 Newcastleton residents, who responded to a…

Week: 43 | 24th October 2019

Going wild in the woods is so much fun

IF YOU went into the woods last Thursday, you were…

Week: 43 | 24th October 2019

Having a fun-gi time, won’t you join us? Mycologists hold their get-together in Langholm countryside

A GROUP of fungi enthusiasts are so impressed by their…

Week: 42 | 17th October 2019

Bank customers to lose post office cash service

Barclays Bank says it will introduce its own cashback scheme

Week: 42 | 17th October 2019

Bursting with ideas: Moorland community consultation attracts positive interest

THE options for the future management of an area of…

Week: 42 | 17th October 2019

GP earns care award nomination

A GP in Newcastleton has made it to the finals…

Week: 42 | 17th October 2019

Council pledge to cut carbon status to zero

Residents are urged to support climate emergency measures DUMFRIES and…

Week: 42 | 17th October 2019

Little White Rose blossoms

TAKE a stroll down Langholm High Street and pause for…

Week: 42 | 17th October 2019

Day centre pot set to rise by nearly £18,000

LANGHOLM Day Centre’s funding from Dumfries and Galloway Council may…

Week: 41 | 10th October 2019

Apprenticeship funding blackhole filled by trusts: Dyehouse apprentices are caught in cross-border bureaucracy

A LEADING employer in Langholm says it is grateful to…

Council faces a £5m yearly budget squeeze: Liddesdale residents are asked for money-saving suggestions

Week: 41 | 10th October 2019 | News

LIDDESDALE residents are being asked for their ideas on how Scottish Borders Council can cut £5m a year…

Heather, hen harriers and grouse thriving on moor: Project report shows how legal management techniques benefit all species

Week: 41 | 10th October 2019 | News

THE final report into a 10-year, multi-million-pound project to restore driven grouse shooting alongside the conservation of hen…

Glaury but glorious: Weather plays ball for the Langholm show but wellies are needed

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019 | Farming and Environment News

THE Becks Farm in Langholm had a triumphant day at last Saturday’s agricultural show, scooping three of the…

Public toilets must stay: Council recognises their value to both residents and visitors

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019 | News

ENTRANCE charges and handing over management of public toilets to communities are two of the six options being…

It’s sew simple to recycle

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019 | News

PUPILS at Canonbie primary school have had a wonderful time getting to grips with machine sewing. Volunteer Jim…

Huge opportunities to help boost jobs market: Eskdale will benefit from a £15m investment in Chapelcross

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019 | News

A £15.3M investment in the site of the former Chapelcross nuclear power station will have far-reaching effects on…

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019

Just champion for Campbell

ONE young lad and his sheep took the rigours of…

Week: 40 | 3rd October 2019

Langholm can thrive: Community buy-out of precious moorland has exciting potential

A VISIT to two successful community buy-outs in the Western…

Week: 39 | 26th September 2019

Delays “out of control”: Hospital patients can’t leave because they have nowhere to go

DELAYED discharges from hospitals in Dumfries and Galloway are “spiralling…

Week: 39 | 26th September 2019

School’s out for climate

TWO Langholm schoolgirls made their voices heard at the climate…

Week: 39 | 26th September 2019

Shining a light on awards

STAFF at the Eskdale & Liddesdale Advertiser had the cameras…

Week: 39 | 26th September 2019

Progress on moor: Harris visit will give lots of ideas for Langholm

THE group behind the Langholm Moor community buy-out is ready…

Week: 39 | 26th September 2019

Langholm’s future is in your own hands: Alliance welcomes public feedback after two years’ hard work

A VISION to create a more diverse and prosperous Langholm…

Week: 39 | 26th September 2019

Proposed turbines will devastate landscape: More than 100 objectors claim windfarm will damage their valleys

MORE than 100 public objections to a windfarm development in…

Week: 38 | 19th September 2019

MP impressed by campus expansion

A MULTI-MILLION-pound investment package is set to help the Barony…

Week: 38 | 19th September 2019

Making sense of cancer

Lucy Nicholson of Hollows Mill, Canonbie explains why she and…

Week: 38 | 19th September 2019

Cannabis production will provide 50 jobs: Eskdale farmer plans to build glasshouse to make medicinal oil

A MULTI-MILLION investment in cannabis oil production at a site…

Week: 37 | 12th September 2019

Lamont joins deal-makers

LIDDESDALE’S MP has joined a cross-party group of MPs set…

Week: 37 | 12th September 2019

Time to take action for struggling town: Steering group to consult public on proposed developments

AN ACTION plan for Langholm is ready to go out…

Week: 36 | 5th September 2019

Exciting plans revealed for potential new sports facility: New development would improve quality of life for Langholm and district

A REVITALISED sports centre has the potential to improve health…

Week: 36 | 5th September 2019

Crossdykes construction commences in earnest: Communities will benefit by more than £300k from windfarm

CONSTRUCTION has begun on a windfarm near Langholm without the…

Week: 36 | 5th September 2019

The Holm Showed us: Sunshine on Copshaw

FARMER Glen Wilson produced the overall champion sheep in a…

Week: 36 | 5th September 2019

Aaron’s sheep wins

THE finest display of rural life descended on the Holm…

Week: 36 | 5th September 2019

Hold the front page! We’re up for an award: E&L Advertiser is on shortlist for a rural resilience accolade

THE E&L Advertiser’s Hold the Front Page! project has been…

Week: 35 | 29th August 2019

An eagle named Ally NAMED ALLY

CONSERVATIONISTS are celebrating the relocation of six white-tailed sea eagle…

Week: 35 | 29th August 2019

Langholm chillis on telly: BBC’s Landward comes to town to film its passion for spice

DOUGIE Vipond, presenter of BBC Scotland’s Landward programme, was in…

Week: 35 | 29th August 2019

Ban on lorry parking is proving unpopular: Residents say they were unaware of consultation on restrictions

A BAN on lorries parking in Newcastleton’s Douglas Square has…

Week: 35 | 29th August 2019

Eagle death shocks team:Golden eagle project suffers setback after young bird killed

ONE of the young eagles reintroduced at a site in…

Week: 35 | 29th August 2019

£5k raised for moor: Crowd funder reaches target in only eight days

A CROWD-FUNDING appeal in Langholm has raised its £5,000 target…

Week: 35 | 29th August 2019

Eskdale shares £220k to rebuild economy: Project officer will support community to identify opportunities

ESKDALE is in line for a massive financial boost through…

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