Ruth Williamson of Lennel village has kindly donated a quality bench to be installed in better weather inside Lennel kirk. The conserved site, during summers, is expected to witness a steady flow of visitors. We are confident the seat will be regularly used and appreciated. Thanks Ruth.
Our kindred body, Coldstream's Heritage Ltd (CHL), has some spare cash from the Lennel kirk project and is envisaging a visitor information board at the Braeheads overlooking the river Tweed, a very popular stopping-off point for visitors. As well as highlighting visitor facilities in Coldstream, the board will also inform visitors of history and the
Headstone found in the wall at Yardford fishing shiel at West ord. It has been taken out of the wall the last time we looked. We have no idea where it is now.
The Society extends its thanks to Bob Higham for a very interesting talk last Thursday on the Borderline. He had, along with family, walked the whole length of the current border, from the Solway to the North Sea. As Bob described the experience of his staged walk, he alluded to quite a bit of history
Talk by David Welsh.
Martha Andrews is very much thanked for giving an excellent talk at the history society last Thursday. Her talk was on Norham and district and was particularly well supported by excellent power point photos. Thanks Martha. Martha must like us as she has joined our committee!