We’re delighted to announce we’ve been working with the Galashiels Walking Festival and will be helping lead a hearty walk that will leave Stow and head to the Iron Age Broch known as Bow Castle Broch. From here the walk will head over William Law and then pass the 16th Century Buckholm Tower before making Read more about Stow to Galashiels Walk – Saturday 24 April, 2021[…]
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[…]
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![…]
Scottish Borders Council Consultation – Spaces for People You can download the Stow Community Trust response to the consultation: Spaces for People Proposal Stow and Fountainhall
Scottish Borders Council Consultation – Spaces for People Now that work has started again on the Station House the Trust are looking forward to delivering our other objectives around the walking and cycling opportunities to make Stow a fantastic destination as well as promoting active travel. We’re looking for your input on how the Trust Read more about Spaces for People[…]
Green Stow gathering at Cloudhouse cafe Please feel very welcome to join eco-focussed group, Green Stow in the Cloudhouse cafe in Stow on Sunday 23rd Feb at 11.30am for some coffee, cake and conversation. Not a formal meeting, just a chance to get together, throw some ideas around and plan some green activity!
The latest public meeting was held on Monday the 25th of February. The meeting updated people on the latest developments with the Station House. Aitken and Turnbull Architects, Galashiels attended to share the plans for the building. Other guests included Graham Aitkin, Chair of Borders Railway Partnership who gave an insightful talk about the work Read more about Public meeting – 25th February 2019[…]