Four e-bikes are en-route to Stow after being held up in the Suez Canal – yes really! – and we have a further three e-bikes expected in May. Our first four bikes will be available for loans of up to one month for local residents. These bikes will be prioritised for people who want to Read more about Exciting E-bike News![…]
Despite COVID, progress is being made with the Stow pump track project. The feasibility study is underway. Part 1 of the flood risk assessment has been completed and the flood modelling results are being used to inform the design of the pump track. This week – beginning 4th March 2021 – should see on-site percolation Read more about Pump Track Update[…]
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[…]
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![…]
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!
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[…]