A NEW lease of life has been given to a Peebles bridge with the completion of resurfacing works. Peebles Community Council heard last week that Priorsford footbridge now has anti-slip decking. Built in 1905, the bridge links Tweed Green with Victoria Park and is a main crossing point for pupils from Peebles High School. The resurfacing was carried out on July 11. Priorsford Bridge was constructed in 1905 with a wire rope suspension design.
TRADITIONAL music legends Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham have announced a summer concert at Kelso’s Tait Hall on Saturday, August 5. The fiddle and accordion players have established themselves in the world of traditional music and have been described as “probably the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear”. Since teaming up in 1986, Aly, who hails from Shetland, and Phil, from Edinburgh, have enjoyed an obvious chemistry.
A CURLING stone estimated to be around 150-years-old has been unearthed on a Peeblesshire farm. The discovery was made by a farm worker who was clearing a blocked field drain in the Manor Valley. Initially believing it to be an old stone of no significance, farmer Robert Barr, of Woodhouse Manor, realised it was an old curling stone and contacted Roger Scott of Peebles Curling Club who confirmed the discovery.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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