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!

Geology of Tweedsmuir

Geology of Tweedsmuir at the Wee Crook

Friday 27th October

What do you know about the geology of Tweedsmuir?

Come along on Friday evening to learn about the geological story of the Borders.

Dick Wall will be taking us back in geological time, to understand the character of the area we live in.

Learn about great local examples of geology in action – for instance, Dob’s Linn and also the rather mysterious Lochurd, a loch rarely seen.

You will also be able to have a go at finding your own fossils during the evening! 

Bar opens at 7pm, talk begins at 8pm. 

This is a free event, and everybody is welcome.

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

mobile library at the Wee Crook

Library van stopping at the Wee Crook

On Tuesday 31st October the Wee Crook will be open from 10.30am till 12.00 noon

The monthly visit of the mobile library to the Wee Crook is a perfect opportunity to combine books and cake! The van usually arrives at about ten to 11 and stays for 40 minutes.

The cafe is open thanks to a team of volunteers.

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

Tweedsmuir harvest celebration

Harvest celebration in Tweedsmuir

On Sunday 15th October from 2 – 5 pm

Over the summer, events have been taking place in five community gardens along the River Tweed, to record the sights and sounds of these different locations.

The resulting recordings have been professionally edited into short films which you can watch in the Moving Images Cinema Caravan on its visit to the Wee Crook.

We will also be celebrating the harvest season with food and drink; live music; recipe card printing; natural dye activity; and a display of drawings inspired by the garden.

This is a free event, supported by Connecting Threads – please join us at the Crook gardens if you can!

Any questions, just email enquiries@tweedsmuir.scot

 autumn leaves and apples - autumn events in Tweedsmuir

Autumn in Tweedsmuir

Saturday 16th SeptemberDoodling in the Crook Gardens 10 am – 12 noon.

Friday 29th SeptemberBulb planting workshop in the Village Hall at 7 pm. Ever wondered about bulb lasagne?…

Sunday 15th October – Celebrate the harvest and enjoy the results of “Film our Gardens” in the Crook Gardens

Friday 27th OctoberThe Geology of Tweedsmuir at the Wee Crook. Dick Wall on 450 million years of local history…

Friday 17th NovemberDark Skies at the Wee Crook. An autumn update from Sonny Sethi

Any questions? Please get in touch!

poster for doodling at the Crook

Doodling at the Crook

Saturday 16th September, 10am – 12 noon 

Garden-inspired doodling, working with local artist, Jules Bradbury. No artistic skill necessary!

We will spend a couple of hours doodling, out in the garden or inside, depending on the weather.

We’ll be providing a complementary post-doodle cuppa and cake

There is a charge for this event, to cover costs – £12 per person.

If you would like to join us, just get in touch!

Poster for Film our Gardens event in Tweedsmuir

Film our Gardens at the Crook

Next session – Tuesday 8th August, 6.30-8.30pm 

Harvest Celebration, date tbc

Film Our Gardens is an Audio-Visual Pollinator project, where film and sound will act as pollinators between community gardens along the River Tweed.

Between June and October 2023, Connecting Threads River Culture Animateurs and invited sound and visual artists will visit five community gardens along the river, collaborating with garden volunteers and visitors to creatively document the sights and sounds of each garden. The stars of the films will be the plants, trees and flowers, filmed by those who care and nurture them. We will be getting up close – taking a bee’s eye view of the botanical world.

We will also be working alongside Buglife’s Pollinators Along the Tweed project, to monitor pollinator activity in each garden as part of the filming sessions.

The resulting short films will be screened in each garden in the solar powered Moving Images Cinema Caravan at celebratory harvest events in October, audio-visually pollinating garden-to-garden to share inspiration.

Come along if you can – it sounds fascinating!

Any questions? Just get in touch!