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Santa’s Harestanes Happening 2 - November EARLY-BIRD 2018


Santa is back at Harestanes and he needs your help! Bilberry the Elf is in charge again but things have gone horribly wrong in Santa's Christmas delivery office. Can you help Bilberry and save Christmas? Come and join us on a festive quest to help Santa. ·        Enjoy a 30-minute interactive performance suitable for the whole family. ·        Meet Santa in his magical Nordic grotto ·        Children will receive a token of thanks from Santa    What else can you enjoy with the family? ·        A range of festive treats and great coffee from our acclaimed café that will also feature children’s activities.   ·        Find that unique gift idea in our refreshed country gift shop. ·        Get away from the crowds. Enjoy a peaceful and quiet time enjoying the countryside and relaxing with your family. To help Santa's production stay on time, we ask that everyone taking part in Santa's Harestanes Happening 2 to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled performance.  Make sure you're on Santa's good list by reading over the FAQ guide below. FAQs What ages are the event suitable for? ·        We've created Santa's Harestanes Happening 2 for all the family. What are my transport options for getting to and from the event? ·        Harestanes can be reached from Edinburgh via the number 51 Borders Bus. This route calls through Pathhead, Lauder, Earlston, St. Boswells, Jedburgh and Kelso. The timetable can be viewed by clicking here. ·        Harestanes can be reached from Hawick via the number 20 Pete Hogg bus. This route also calls through Denholm, Jedburgh and Ancrum. The timetable can be viewed by clicking here. ·        Harestanes can be reached by car from Edinburgh, traveling via the route planned here. ·        You can also create your own route from your by using the AA website here using your home/starting postcode and navigating to Harestanes, TD8 6UQ. What about the weather? ·        This years performance will be mainly indoors, so please feel free to come dressed in the Christmas spirit. ·        We know not all cars are as winter proof as Santa's sleigh, so please leave with plenty of time to complete your journey safely. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? ·        Our Centre Manager will be happy to answer any questions either via email at [email protected] or by phoning: 01835 830 306. Can I bring my canine companion? ·        We're almost as fond of dogs at Harestanes as we are reindeer... however, due to building regulations we're unable to accommodate four-legged friends (other than guide dogs).

Venue:
Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre
Harestanes Cottage, A68 The Scottish Borders

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 10.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Sources of Finance #GEW2018 #WomenInBusiness


To celebrate Women in Business during Global Entrepreneurs Week Royal Bank of Scotland is partnering with Melrose Business Club to bring you an event where we will look at the sources of funding available to your business along with the opportunity to network with local businesses. Guest speakers are Steven Gillies from Lombard who will discuss alternative options for funding your business assets and a representative from the local Business Gateway will update us on the availability of grants and loans available to local businesses. Royal Bank Boost Our Royal Bank Boost programme provides support for your business that goes beyond just finance. As your local Business Growth Enabler I can connect you with the right people and the right knowledge to boost your business and help it grow. We have a team of over 70 Business Growth Enablers in the UK who have supported more than 250,000 customers through free events, individual consultations and networking. Looking forward to seeing you soon About this event All information used in this presentation you are registering for is produced for information purposes only and is for the sole use of the attendees at the presentation. Whilst we feel this topic is beneficial to business owners, the views expressed are not intended to be and should not be viewed as individual advice or as a recommendation by RBS or any third party. You should seek independent advice in respect of issues that are of concern to you. To the maximum extent permitted by law we expressly disclaim all representations, warranties, or assurance of any kind, expressed or implied, that are made to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this presentation and do not accept any obligation to update or correct any information contained herein. During the event photographs may be taken on behalf of the host with a view to posting on social media to promote services offered to customers. If you do not wish to be included in the photographs please notify us. For the avoidance of doubt RBS does not produce the materials for all presentations. This disclaimer applies equally to any materials or presentations produced by a third party. By registering for this event you agree that you have read and expressly agree to the use of your personal data submitted as part of your event registration by Eventbrite in accordance with their: Terms of Service:(https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-terms-of-service?lg=en_GB), Data Processing Addendum for Organisers (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/data-processing-addendum-for-organizers?lg=en_GB_); and Privacy Policy (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/support/articles/en_US/Troubleshooting/eventbrite-privacy-policy?lg=en_GB), which Eventbrite may update from time to time. For further information on GEW visit https://genglobal.org/gew

Venue:
Melrose Rugby Football Club
High Street Melrose

When:
Wed, 21 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Forbidden Nights


Brace yourself for two hours of thrilling action, provocative choreography with the ultimate Forbidden strip tease (and a few men in uniform thrown in for good measure). Abandon your inhibitions at the door as the talented cast of acrobats, fire acts, aerial artists and world-renowned circus performers flip and spin across the stage in this high-octane show. This sexy but classy evening with Forbidden Nights is guaranteed to get your pulse racing and leave you begging for more.   Yes Ladies -  Circus Just Got Sexy® https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjwFg_ArGsQ  Live Borders is a charity. Every penny you spend with us is reinvested into supporting active, creative and healthy communities in the Scottish Borders. FAQs What are my transport options for getting to and from the event? Hawick Town Hall is easily accessible by bus, for a full timetable click here Hawick Town Hall can be reached by car from Edinburgh, traveling via the route planned here Where can I park? The hall does not have a car park but there is on street parking along with several car parks near by. How can I contact the organiser with any questions? We will be happy to answer any questions either via email at [email protected] or by phoning 01896 661166  

Venue:
Town Hall - Hawick
44 Cross Wynd Hawick

When:
Thu, 22 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Hazel O'Connor


MUSIC and FILM: HAZEL O’CONNOR & BREAKING GLASS 15 The Film, a Q&A and special Live Performance “They were absolutely fantastic, bringing the entire audience roaring to its feet.” Daily Telegraph A very special evening with award-winning singer songwriter Hazel O’Connor,featuring a rare screening of the digitally re-mastered uncut version of the film followed by an intimate Q&A and live performance of some of the films best loved songs . Striding into thespotlight and catapluted into fame in 1980 in the iconic movie Breaking Glass, Hazel not only made ther lead role her own, but also wrote all the songs . The soundtrack album Breaking Glass went on to go double platinum during its 38 week chart run , defining Hazel O'onnor as a powerful passionate performer and a force to be reckoned with. Joined here onstage by Clare Hirst (Bellestars, Communards, David Bowie) on sax, Sarah Fisher (Eurythmics) on keyboards and Josh Blackmore (Troyka/Strobes ) on percussion, the superb blend of the three voices and stunning musicianship add a sweet touch of class to their vibrant performance. Live onstage, her unforgettable songs from the film including Eighth Day, Will You, Big Brother, Decadent Days, If Only and more seem even more relevant in our present times. With a special Meet & Greet immediately after the show you're in for a treat. Unmissable, book early!

Venue:
Mac Arts Centre
Bridge Street The Scottish Borders

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Master Your Mindset


Are you ready to make changes that will transform the way you live your life?  Build unshakable confidence that gets you taking action every time?  Master the art of taking control and develop the skillset that will give you a the mindset of a goal achiever. This workshop will give you the tools and techniques to be able to make positive changes in your life, learn to live life to its true potential.  Learn how to quieten that "inner critic" and challenge limiting beliefs to take yourself to the next level. We will discover where the beliefs came from, why we keep them, and how to make the changes we need to get us getting results every time.

Venue:
Buccleuch Arm
The Green Melrose

When:
Sat, 24 Nov 2018 3.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Prof John Briggs FRSGS: 21st Century Challenges for Africa (BORDERS)


John is Vice President of RSGS and Professor of Geography at the University of Glasgow. Throughout his research career, he has focused on development problems in Africa, working collaboratively with colleagues in Egypt, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Malawi, South Africa and Botswana. In this talk, John considers some of the key contemporary issues facing Africa and explores how its people and communities are dealing with them.

Venue:
Scottish Borders Campus
Nether Road The Scottish Borders

When:
Tue, 27 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Stuart Townend Courage Tour visits Galashiels


Galashiels is set to host one of the leading worship songwriters of our generation. Stuart Townend will be at St. John’s church, Langlee on Wednesday 28 November with his band, on the Scottish leg of their Courage Tour. The Courage Tour comes on the back of recent events in Stuart’s life which have had a deep and lasting personal impact on him which is reflected in his recent song-writing. Courage in difficult circumstances is something which resonates with most of us at some time in our lives; courage to bear up, to face up to, to share in, and to address consequences are feelings and experiences we can relate to. Stuart has drawn on his own experience to produce brand new material, which his audiences, new and old, will find evocative and moving. Like all the organisers on this tour, we hope that you will come along and enjoy the talents of Stuart and his excellent band, but also appreciate that modern worship music is dynamic and alive. It has been said that the night is always darkest just before the breaking of dawn; through Stuart’s music, we hope that we will experience something of God in this concert, whether through his more well-known songs such as “In Christ Alone”, “How Deep The Father’s Love For Us”, or in his new material. Hope to see you there!

Venue:
St John's Church
Hawthorn Road , Langlee Galashiels

When:
Wed, 28 Nov 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn events to help farmers and crofters optimise winter nutrition and grazing availability


Cattle nutrition SAC livestock experts will deliver a session on cattle nutrition to release genetic potential and optimise beef enterprise performance. There is wide variation in silage quality between farms and across years. This is compounded by variability in the weather, further impacting quality, yield, cow body condition score and calf performance. This presentation will cover: Setting the scene: Weather variation over recent years and its impact on body condition and winter rationing and how these factors present significant risk to fertility and performance. Variables that affect nutritional demands and why this means no two years are the same.  Understanding changes in demand over the winter, including the forage, energy and mineral requirements through pregnancy and weaning.  Interpreting the key components of a forage analysis and assessing the silage clamp. This will include forage budgeting and the significance of dry matter. Balancing nutritional requirements with this year’s forage quality and stocks and adapting nutritional needs within existing housing systems.  Undertaking cow body condition assessments and using this as a management tool via targeted nutrition. Gauging body condition score from delegates and how this impacts factors such as production, fertility and lameness. Setting targets for weaned calves and presenting the right nutrition. Minimising growth checks through management and nutrition. Interpreting the feed label and reviewing the ration to ensure it is being fed and performs as expected. Grassland management 5Agri specialists Ian Cairns, James Hadwin and Rhidian Jones will deliver workshops on soil and grassland management. The event will provide guidance to help farmers respond to the challenging conditions faced this year with winter storms and a late spring followed by a summer drought. Attention to the basics of soil and grassland management goes a long way to building the resilience required to withstand these challenging weather conditions. Among the topics covered will be: Importance of soil structure and drainage, correcting pH and nutrient deficiencies to ensure high forage production and to extend the grazing season. Deciding on when a sward needs renewing, choosing the correct seed mixture and methods of sward renewal. Much of our grassland is of low production potential and often dry matter yields can be doubled by sward renovation. Managing extensive, low input or upland grazing for best livestock performance and winter feed supply. The pros and cons of various grazing systems including implementing a rotational grazing system to increase the useable yield of grass and improve the quality of the grass being grazed. Conservation of grass for winter feeding and best practice to optimise yield and quality and minimise losses. This is very important when feed is in short supply. Forage crop options for extending the grazing season and providing winter feed for livestock.

Venue:
Dryburgh Abbey Hotel
Saint Boswells

When:
Wed, 28 Nov 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Autumn events to help farmers and crofters optimise winter nutrition and grazing availability


Cattle nutrition SAC livestock experts will deliver a session on cattle nutrition to release genetic potential and optimise beef enterprise performance. There is wide variation in silage quality between farms and across years. This is compounded by variability in the weather, further impacting quality, yield, cow body condition score and calf performance. This presentation will cover: Setting the scene: Weather variation over recent years and its impact on body condition and winter rationing and how these factors present significant risk to fertility and performance. Variables that affect nutritional demands and why this means no two years are the same.  Understanding changes in demand over the winter, including the forage, energy and mineral requirements through pregnancy and weaning.  Interpreting the key components of a forage analysis and assessing the silage clamp. This will include forage budgeting and the significance of dry matter. Balancing nutritional requirements with this year’s forage quality and stocks and adapting nutritional needs within existing housing systems.  Undertaking cow body condition assessments and using this as a management tool via targeted nutrition. Gauging body condition score from delegates and how this impacts factors such as production, fertility and lameness. Setting targets for weaned calves and presenting the right nutrition. Minimising growth checks through management and nutrition. Interpreting the feed label and reviewing the ration to ensure it is being fed and performs as expected. Grassland management 5Agri specialists Ian Cairns, James Hadwin and Rhidian Jones will deliver workshops on soil and grassland management. The event will provide guidance to help farmers respond to the challenging conditions faced this year with winter storms and a late spring followed by a summer drought. Attention to the basics of soil and grassland management goes a long way to building the resilience required to withstand these challenging weather conditions. Among the topics covered will be: Importance of soil structure and drainage, correcting pH and nutrient deficiencies to ensure high forage production and to extend the grazing season. Deciding on when a sward needs renewing, choosing the correct seed mixture and methods of sward renewal. Much of our grassland is of low production potential and often dry matter yields can be doubled by sward renovation. Managing extensive, low input or upland grazing for best livestock performance and winter feed supply. The pros and cons of various grazing systems including implementing a rotational grazing system to increase the useable yield of grass and improve the quality of the grass being grazed. Conservation of grass for winter feeding and best practice to optimise yield and quality and minimise losses. This is very important when feed is in short supply. Forage crop options for extending the grazing season and providing winter feed for livestock.

Venue:
Hawick Rugby Football Club
Mansfield Road Hawick

When:
Thu, 29 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Santa's Fun Run & Family Walk


Santa’s Fun Run & Family Walk is back for a second year at Harestanes. Santa’s Fun Run is just over 5km through the Harestanes scenic winter wonderland. We also have a shorter Family Walk option (1.5km) which is a great way to stroll around the route decorated by local school children. Santa’s Fun Run - Registration 10:00, start time 10:30.Family Walk - Registration 11:00, start Time 11:30.  Prices below includes a free hot drink for all participants in our café following the event. • Adult (16+ years) £10 – includes Santa Suit• Junior (5-15 years) £7 – includes Santa Suit• Child (2-4 years) £3 – includes Santa Hat• Infant (Under 2) FREE• Family (any four people) £30• Dogs (on leads) are welcome and FREE Enjoy a walk or run through the beautiful woodland and then relax with a hot cuppa. There will also be some lovely local stalls to browse. A great way to kick off your family’s Christmas festivities.

Venue:
Harestanes Countryside Visitor Centre
Harestanes Cottage, A68 The Scottish Borders

When:
Sun, 25 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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