Rhubarb Bash

Tweedsmuir's rhubarb bash

Community barbecue and picnic

Saturday 1st June

Come to the Crook Gardens anytime from 2.30 onwards – everybody welcome!

We have an afternoon of fun planned, with team games, a bottle draw, auction of promises, rhubarb competition and plant sale.

Bring your own picnic or food for the barbecue.

AIl funds raised are going to support the ongoing work in the community garden.

Meander – Songs from Source to Sea

Meander - songs from source to sea

Live music at the Wee Crook

Friday 10th May

Acoustic session of songs, stories and music with Kirsty Law, 7.30 – 9.30 pm.

Join folk singer and songwriter Kirsty Law on the first night of her tour down the River Tweed

Meander: Songs from Source to Sea

We’ll be celebrating the start of Kirsty’s journey and sharing songs, stories and music from the local area.

Free entry, refreshments available. Bring along an instrument or just yourself. All abilities, ages and instruments welcome.

Email emily@sup.org.uk for more information

Supported by Connecting Threads

Why Not Scotland?

Why not Scotland?

Film at the Village Hall

Thursday 25th April, 8.15 pm

Across mainland Europe, nature is making a dramatic recovery. Wildlife is returning, forests are expanding, rivers are being set free and wetlands restored. As nature bounces back, people are returning too, finding new economic opportunities and enjoying the many benefits of a revitalised landscape.

So, if rewilding can happen elsewhere in Europe, why not Scotland?

Struck by the depleted state of nature in her native Scotland, Flo journeys around Europe, where she encounters a different story, finding places where nature is making a dramatic comeback. Inspired by a sense of hope and renewal, she is prompted to ask: if this is possible elsewhere, then why not Scotland?

Free entry, refreshments provided. BYOB

No need to reserve a place – just come along!

Small-scale flower arranging

Poster about flower arranging at the village hall

At the village hall

Friday 12th April

It may be hard to believe when buffeted by winds and soaked with rain, but Spring is here!

Come to the village hall on Friday 12th April at 7:30 pm and learn how to make a lovely small-scale seasonal flower arrangement.

The session will be led by Caroline Mathias – so we are in safe hands! 

£5 per person to cover materials and refreshments.

You can reserve your place by email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Timorous beasties

Timorous Beasties at the Wee Crook

Friday 29th March

Joe Wilton, Ewan Ross and Robert Swift playing Scottish small pipes and whistles.

Enjoy live music from 8pm

Bar opens at 7pm and food will be available during the evening. 

Free entry

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Easter at the Wee Crook

Good Friday – Café open from 10am to 4pm. Easter biscuit decorating 11am – 12pm
Evening – Live music from Timorous Beasties small pipe trio. Bar open from 7pm. Free entry, food available …

Saturday 30th March – Café open from 10am to 4pm.
Evening – Live music – Covers by Kenny Martin from 7pm. Tickets £10…

Easter Sunday – Church service 10am – 11pm. Café open from 12 noon to 4pm

Monday 1st April – Café open for food and drinks from 10am to 4pm. Easter biscuit decorating 2pm – 3pm

Any questions? enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Poster about Six nations rugby at the Wee Crook

Six Nations Rugby at the Wee Crook

Saturday 24th February

Rugby fans – Ireland v Wales kick off 2.15 followed by Scotland v England kick off 4.45

Enjoy the match on the big screen with friends and neighbours!

Doors open at 1.45 and the bar will be open.

Food available from 4pm. 

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Six nations Rugby at the wee crook

Six Nations Rugby at the Wee Crook

Saturday 3rd February

Rugby fans – enjoy Italy v England followed by Wales v Scotland on the big screen with friends and neighbours!

Doors open at 1.45 and the bar will be open.

Food available from 4pm. 

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Sherry and chocolate at the Wee Crook

Sherry and chocolate at the Wee Crook

Saturday 9th December

Following the success of last year’s port and cheese tasting, we’re exploring the delights of two other Christmas favourites – sherry and chocolate.

If you don’t know your Fino from your Oloroso, and you’ve always wondered how chocolate can possibly be good for you, this evening should answer your questions.

Mostly, though, it’s about having fun and perhaps trying something new.

Tickets are limited and must be booked in advance. Over 18s only. Email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot or text 0776 313 9964 and we’ll send you an online payment link. The cost is £7.50 per person, for sherry, suitably Spanish savoury snacks – and chocolate!

Bar opens at 7pm, event starts at 7.30pm. 

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Winter in Tweedsmuir

Winter in Tweedsmuir

Friday 17th NovemberHow to be a Lunar-tic – everything you always wanted to know about the moon! At the Wee Crook from 7 pm. Filled jacket potatoes (£3) will be available later in the evening ????

Friday 1st DecemberChristmas Card making workshop in the Village Hall at 7.30 pm. With mulled wine and mince pies. £5…

Saturday 9th December – Sherry and chocolate sampling at the Wee Crook, from 7.30. Limited spaces – tickets in advance, £7.50 from enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Sunday 17th DecemberCommunity Christmas tea at the Wee Crook. 2.30 to 4 pm. RSVP by 10th December.

Wednesday 20th December – Seasonal Singing. Meet at the Crossroads at 7 pm or the Wee Crook at 8 – weather dependent!

Any questions? Please get in touch!