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Sophie Kerr and Voluntary Work in Zambia

Sophie Kerr, 23 years of age and a Coldstream citizen all her life, and of 27 Hillview, has written to local organisations to support her 10k run and concert in the Parish Church. She is raising funds to finance her volunteer work in Livingstone, Zambia, where she will take part in a Teaching and Community

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Parish Church – Special Community Service – Sunday 26th October

The Kirk Session and the Reverend David Taverner have invited all the community organisations in Coldstream to a special service on 26th October at 11:15am in the Parish Church. This is to celebrate all the community benefit produced by these organisations and to dedicate the new Burgh Standard. Our Society has been invited to send

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Field Trip – North Charlton Farm Museum

Four car-loads of society members travelled to North Charlton Farm last Thursday evening to meet Mr and Mrs Charlie Armstrong and to be shown round their excellent and informative farm museum. Society President, Eleanor Moffat, delivered a vote of thanks for the hospitality shown, over a cup of tea and biscuit. 

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Visit of Charles Harry Gray from America

The Society was delighted to host an 80 year old, but extremely fit, American gentleman from Bay St. Louis, in the American State of Mississippi. This took place two weeks ago when Charles Gray visited Coldstream and stayed at the East Braes B&B. Charles can trace his heritage back to the famous Greys of this

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Thanks to Derek Balmbro

The Society thoroughly enjoyed Derek's recent talk on the War-time Air Crashes in the Cheviots, which was detailed and supported by excellent photos. Derek was also accompanied by members of his family. Thanks Derek. Always an interesting and informed speaker.

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Happy New Year 2014

Now that the new year is here, the Society wishes all its members and friends a very prosperous, healthy and happy 2014. With WW1 commemorations to consider, projects to be completed, further talks and site visits to be enjoyed there is a lot to look forward to. The Society is always keen to engage new

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