The kids are back to school, the summer is at almost an end, and the Edinburgh Fringe season is done for another year.
Over the past month we have enjoyed some delicious specials from our kitchen including Chicken, Gammon and Celery Pie, Butternut Squash & Chilli Soup and Beef Bourguignon. As we look ahead to winter with the return of curry night and hopefully to bring back some regular pub events such as acoustic sessions, pub quiz’s (still looking for a quiz master) and many more.
Whats On near us in September:
Earlston Community Day
Sunday 8th September - Earlston Rugby Club
12pm - 4pm
It’s your town day your chance to get involved in different groups within the community and discuss views and the future developments to sustain a better, improved village. The day will include raffles, refreshments, Inflatables, Live Music, Tennis, Face Painting and much much more.
The Poacher Run
Saturday 7th September - Borders Event Centre, Springwood Park, Kelso
The Border Reiver Trail Series brings to the Borders 5 and 10k runs. Entries available at www.sientries.co.uk
Borders Memory Walk
Saturday 7th September - Harestanes Visitor Centre, Ancrum
1.5km and 6.5km Walks offer and donations will help Alzeimers Scotland to ensure that no one faces dementia alone.
Monday 9th September - Earlston High School
Amadeus and The Bard celebrates the lives of two much loved men, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Robert Burns. Tickets available from the School Office or www.scottishopera.org.uk/amadeus
Bill McLaren: The Voice of Rugby
10-13th September - The Heart of Hawick
2:30pm and 7:30pm Showings
A new play by Rob Robertson in collaboration with Firebrand Theatre Company. It explores the man behind the voice and his personal dedication to rugby as both the sport he loved and as a way to enable young people to achieve their potential in life. Tickets available from the Heart of Hawick or via www.bit.ly/BoxOfficeHOH
Silent Movie - Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Saturday 14th September
New Place Centre, Greenlaw. 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel brought to life in this 1920’s classic film, starring John Barrymore.
Selkirk Vintage Rally
Sunday 15th September - Sunderland Hall
Something for everyone as gates open at 11am to a full range of transport, veteran cars, military vehicles, steam powered engines, commercial units and children’s entertainment.
Beach Clean - Coldingham Bay
Monday 23rd September
10:30am - 12:30pm
As climate change makes a greater impact as each week passes by and as part of The Great British Beach Clean, volunteers will meet outside the Coldingham Beach Cafe.
To book accommodation with us for any of the above, or to check availability, it aways pays to book direct. Click here to check our booking page!