Station House Entrance

Stow Station House – In The News!

Great article in today’s Scotsman about the Station House. Well worth a read. Worth mentioning too, it’s the hard work of so many across our community that has made this possible. https://www.scotsman.com/news/transport/historic-stow-station-building-saved-from-demolition-and-turned-into-bar-in-borders-village-with-no-pub-3287110

Tenant Required!

We are now seeking a tenant for the bar/kitchen in the new refurbished Station House at Stow on the Borders line. This is a fantastic opportunity to build your business in this vibrant, popular village with the enthusiastic support of a community eagerly awaiting the opening of their only pub. You can view our recent Read more about Tenant Required![…]

Inside the meeting room

Naming the Meeting Room!

You will have seen this wonderful new space in the update photographs and our recent video – now we are looking for a name for this room! We have opened a ‘slido’ for you to submit suggestions and/or vote for other suggestions. This will be open for ideas and votes until the close-of-play on Saturday Read more about Naming the Meeting Room![…]

View of the eatery

Public meeting – Wednesday 31st March

Things are moving apace and we’re pretty sure that you would like a wee tour of the Station House so we’re holding a virtual Public Meeting on Wednesday 31 March at 7pm – 8.15pm. We’ve pulled together a short agenda that will give you updates on some of the other work that we’re taking forward. Read more about Public meeting – Wednesday 31st March[…]

ScotRail train passing Stow with St Mary's of Wedale in the background

Borders Railway Five Years On: DVD Box Set

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:

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Photograph of Stow Station House

Borders Railway: 5th Anniversary

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! […]

Community meeting – Wednesday 26th February

The Stow Community Trust would like to welcome you to our latest Community Meeting: Community Meeting Wednesday 26th 7.30 – 9.00 Stow Town Hall   Agenda • Building work update • A new name for the Bar/Kitchen – your ideas needed! • Recruitment of tenant for Bar/Kitchen • The Community Room – making it a Read more about Community meeting – Wednesday 26th February[…]