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Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Kirsty’s On Call Africa

FOR more than 20 years Langholm Rotary Club has been…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Four are lying for Copshaw Tub

FOUR candidates have put forward their names for the 2019…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Objections may prompt a lengthy public inquiry: Double yellow lines proposal in High Street remain unresolved

THE proposal for double yellow lines in Langholm High Street…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Ciaran’s fundraiser is a slam dunk

CIARAN Park of Langholm Academy volunteers twice a week at…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Day takeover bid for retailer fails

WOMENSWEAR retailer Bonmarche claims a £5.7m takeover offer by Philip…

Week: 18 | 2nd May 2019

Flooding a huge concern for windfarm objectors: Faw Side protesters say Ewes and Langholm are at risk from development

THE risk of flooding to homes, roads, businesses and farms…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

Millennials plot route to prosperity: Pidgin Perfect and Upstart give Langholm High Street a real buzz

THE High Street was buzzing last Saturday as families and…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

Clan marks 500 and 50 year celebrations: Armstrongs have two reasons to shout from the rooftop

TWO historic events, one from 500 years ago and another…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

Pupils draw their favourite wildlife

AUTHOR and wildlife artist Wendy Patterson read from her new…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

Swimming and tennis may be big attractions: Project to reopen sports centre is ready to run feasibility study

A FEASIBILITY study into whether the sports centre in Townfoot…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

Commission shows its worth to tenants

THE news that a Langholm couple are being allowed to…

Week: 15 | 11th April 2019

A ray of African sunshine

A GROUP of 20 primary school children from Uganda, who…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

Langholm pupils win youth vote

TWO Langholm Academy pupils have been voted onto the first…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

Four generations mark opening of their new shop

FOUR generations of Cochranes got together to mark the opening…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

Hotel is the best

THE Liddesdale Hotel in Newcastleton has won a second gold…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

Youngsters engage in Upstart project: High Street to be taken over this Saturday as project finale

A SERIES of events engaging with people aged 14 to…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

A hop, skip and a jump to school

AMBER Foster and Aidan Elliot, the junior road safety officers…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

Town cheers on our Jilly

LLY McCord had many supporters in Langholm last Friday as…

Week: 14 | 4th April 2019

We can stay!: Buccleuch tenants win their fight to remain on their farm

TENANT farmers David and Alison Telfer have won their fight…

Week: 13 | 28th March 2019

From satellites to digging mud: An archivist’s job is a fascinating exploration of the distant past

WORLD War One and its lasting impact on Dumfries and…

Week: 13 | 28th March 2019

Youth Council vote: Langholm Academy produces three worthwhile candidates

YOUNG people in Eskdale have cast their votes in two…

Week: 13 | 28th March 2019

A Day with Amber Rabbit

Wendy Patterson will be opening her front gates at The…

Week: 13 | 28th March 2019

To market for former primary school building: Lack of preventative maintenance sees old property deteriorate

The former Langholm Primary School is to be placed on…

Week: 13 | 28th March 2019

No umbrellas needed for this Rotary walk: 166 walkers for fundraiser in Canonbie and Langholm

Langholm Rotary Club’s umbrella walk took place on Saturday without…

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