SCT invites you to visit the Station House and have a look around! Board members will be available to give you a tour on the following dates: Saturday 4th September – 10am – 2pmSunday 5th September – 10am – 2pmFriday 10th September – 2 – 5.30pmSaturday 11th September – 2 – 5pm No need to Read more about Station House Tours![…]
Stow Community Trust and Stow Community Council have come together in partnership to recruit a Community Development Worker. The main duties will be the delivery of a cohesive Community Action Plan for the villages of Stow and Fountainhall through community engagement and consultation. The Community Action Plan will identify and prioritise our community needs and Read more about New Opportunity: Community Development Worker[…]
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
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![…]
The upcoming Galashiels Walking Festival is coming to Stow on Saturday 24 April 2021, following beautiful (and challenging) routes to Galashiels. Working with our friends in Scottish Borders Walks, Stow Community Trust will help to lead the walks. You’ve got the choice of two walks: WALK ONE – GRADED STRENUOUSAlthough still strenuous, the first gives Read more about Walking Festival: Stow to Galashiels, Saturday 24 April[…]
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! […]