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Coldstream public toilets

Public toilets complaints

The fate of the region’s public toilets will be revealed within six months after Scottish Borders Council voted to explore the privatisation of its public toilets following a report that showed the decision to charge 30p had failed to bring in the income expected.

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Katrina Reynolds of the Allanton Inn, has been recognised at this year's Business Women Scotland's Women in Hospitality and Tourism Awards.

Award for Allanton Inn

Katrina Reynolds of the Allanton Inn has been recognised at this year’s Business Women Scotland’s Women in Hospitality and Tourism Awards.

Business
A Different Tune by Ellis Shotton. A theatre company from Kendal perform a new comedy about the formation of a dementia embracing community orchestra.

Duns hosts successful Playfest

The ambitious eight day festival of new dramatic writing that has just finished in Duns has been a great success and DunsPlayFest is now very much on the map.

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The climate change march in Berwick attracted people from both sides of the Border.

Climate change march in Berwick

The issue of climate change was brought to the streets of Berwick on Saturday, May 18, as residents from both sides of the border took part in the first event of its kind in the town. Among the groups who joined the march were members of Berwickshire Granarchists, Berwick Slow Food, Sea The Change, Berwick Trades Council and Green Party members from both Scotland and England.

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