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Thanks to all who attended our recent AGM. It was great to get such a good attendance on our Zoom call. The new Board that was elected at the 2020 AGM is as follows: Member Directors: Helen Corcoran, Chair Grace Murray, Vice Chair Martin Ford-Downes, Secretary Eibhlin Mc Hugh, Treasurer Bob Howarth David Montgomery Tom Read more about Post-AGM Update[…]
The Stow Community Trust have continued to hold fortnightly board meetings to report on the work of the Trust and it’s members. The key points from the meeting on 30th November are as follows: 1. The Station House project is likely to continue through to March 2021 – we are keeping our fingers cross Read more about Board meeting – Monday 30th November[…]
Please complete our new survey (should only take a couple of minutes) to help us with our grant applications for the Pump Track in Stow. We need to be able to demonstrate need and usage so need as many responses from potential users as possible. We want responses from all ages but parents will need Read more about Pump Track Survey[…]
Wednesday 11th November 2020, at 7:00 pm This year because of Covid 19 restrictions the AGM will be held virtually on Zoom. We will send a reminder e-mail to members with the minutes of last year’s AGM, our Annual Report and Annual Accounts two weeks beforehand. All SCT members will be invited to request a Zoom link to Read more about Annual General Meeting – Wednesday 11th November[…]
We are delighted to announce that our grant applications to the Foundation Scotland EDF Longpark Community Fund and the SSE Toddleburn Community Fund have been successful. These grants will allow us to undertake Phase 1 of this exciting project by funding the design, surveys and site investigations required for a planning application for a pump Read more about Pump Track Phase 1 Funding![…]
The 5th anniversary of the official opening of the Borders Railway on September 9th 2015 has been commemorated with a brand new 5 DVD box set featuring a documentary looking back at the last five years and looking to the future with a possible extension to Carlisle:
The Borders Railway reopened to passengers on the 6th September, 2015. Three days later, on the 9th September, the line was officially opened by the Queen.
To mark the anniversary, BBC News published this article about the impact of the Borders Railway on the village of Stow! We’re delighted that one of our board members, Grace Murray, was interviewed for the article, and our Station House project got a mention, too! Read more AboutBorders Railway: 5th Anniversary
Scottish Borders Council – Spaces for People On the 27th August, Scottish Borders Council approved the Spaces for People pilot project that brings in the 20mph through Stow and 40mph from Heriot to Clovenfords until December next year. This is a great outcome following the community effort with the Community Council, the Trust and residents Read more about Spaces for People Approved![…]
Project Page for Stow Pump Track We’ve added a page where you can find out more about the proposals for a new pump track in the village – click here!
The Pathways Group of the Parish of Stow Community Council has recently printed the first of the Walks Around Stow series. The first in the series is the Stow Heritage Trail. It is available for purchase from Stow Post Office – £1. All money will be used to publish the subsequent leaflets. Forthcoming leaflets include: Read more about Walks Around Stow – Leaflet No.1 now available![…]