Celebrities from the world of television and music descended on Carlisle this weekend, to raise money for charity.Read the full story ›
Sanctuary takes place in the heart of the Dark Sky Park, and includes stargazing and a 'sky walk'.Read the full story ›
Organisers have said the event was a 'massive success that exceeded all expectations'.Read the full story ›
The world famous Egremont Crab Fair gets underway tonight, Friday 15 September.Read the full story ›
Staff at Bowhill House in Selkirk are predicting a surge in visitors thanks to an ITV television series.Read the full story ›
1,000 residents of Dumfries and Galloway are being displayed in a photography exhibition.Read the full story ›
An award-winning painter is giving artists in Cumbria the the chance to help him create his next piece of art this bank holiday weekend.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are expected to arrive in Carlisle as the city prepares for this year's Carlisle Pageant and Carlisle Fringe Festival.Read the full story ›
The Royal Burgh of Annan Pipe Band have been declared Champion of Champions 2017 in Grade 3B. The band took part in the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow Green on Saturday 12 August.
The band also won the Best Drum Corps Prize. This follows coming first place in the 2017 British and Scottish Championships in May and July.
Melrose and District Community Council has announced the end of its popular annual Hogmanay fireworks display.
The decision was made because of a number of challenges, including difficulties to gain volunteer support. The event has attracted around 4,000 people to the town each Auld Year’s Night.
Having started as a one-off celebration in 2000 to mark the new Millennium, the fireworks display had grown in popularity with people from across the Borders travelling to Melrose every 31 December.