Attractions

Upcoming Events

Events in 2014


9th April - 23rd July - Citizens Advice Bureau


There is a Citizens Advice Bureau adviser at Jedburgh every other Wednesday, the second and fourth weeks of each month. The sessions are held at the Health Centre in the NHS wing in Room 1 between 1.30 and 3pm. No appointment is necessary but an appointment can be made if preferred by phoning the Hawick CAB on 01450 374266.

2nd May - THEATRE – “Good Times”


ECKFORD VILLAGE HALL
A Romantic Comedy set in a charity shop written by Liz Lochead and performed by Gala Dramateurs.

Doors open 7.00p.m. curtain up 7.30p.m.

Tickets £5.00 includes half time cuppa. For advance booking contact Sandra Kinnoch 01835 850213 or Annette Fraser (Borderland Fabrics) 01835 862228. The Gala Dramateurs took part in the SCDA Festival heats in Edinburgh and gained The Best Newcomer award on their first outing.

16th May - Callant's Declaration


From the Hustings at 7.30pm followed by a reception in the Town Hall at 8.00pm.

Members of the public are welcome to spectate at the reception from the Gallery in the Town Hall.

Dance to follow

17th May - Jed Forest Sevens


Riverside Park
First Tie 1.30p.m.

The Jedforest 7s (the friendly 7s) are traditionally the last of the Kings Of The 7s Tournaments. This always guarantees an exciting end to the season. The winner of the series is often not known until after our final. Last years winners were only decided after sudden death extra time.

Bookings can be made through:
Myra Younger - Tel: 01835 863160
email: myrayounger@aol.com

Prices to be confirmed

21st June - Riverside Rock Music Festival


Riverside Rock is set to be a musical extravaganza with something for everyone young and old.

There will be children's entertainment of all kinds combined with Rock and Traditional Bands from across the borders and further afield.

Riverside Rock must not be missed, the Scottish Borders very own music festival at Riverside Park, Jedburgh 21st June 2014.

Bring along a picnic (alcohol not permitted) and come and support this local event and help raise cash for our chosen charity “Cash For Kids” and other sports organisations around the Scottish Borders.

There will be parking and a shuttle bus services available as well as fast-food catering outlets and bars.

FULL EVENT INFO

http://www.riversiderock.co.uk/

21st June - Haunted Happenings Ghost Hunt


June 21st at Mary Queen of Scots House 21:00 - 03:00 £59 pp 
This Ghost Hunt can be booked with a £15 pp deposit with the
balance payable 4 weeks prior to the event

Bookings can be made on line www.hauntedhappenings.co.uk
or a call to the office on the contact numbers below.

http://www.hauntedhappenings.co.uk/ghost_hunts/Mary_Queen_Of_Scots_House.php


Office: 0115 9720570
Mobile: 07837 845912
Fax: 0115 9466768

22nd June - 11th July - Callant's Festival


Morebattle – 22nd June

Southdean – 28th June

Crailing/Nisbet – 3rd July

Redeswire – 5th July

Queens – 7th July

Lanton – 9th July

Ancrum – 9th July

Investiture – 10th July

Festival Day – 11th July

30th August - 6th September - Jedburgh Walking Festival


The festival is a joint effort between Jed and Denholm communities to
 promote the area through walking the many paths and trails we have to
 offer.

 Four walks per day are scheduled from long 13 miles to short 4 or 5
 mile routes with something for everyone in between.
 Saturday 30th August welcome night in Mary Queen of Scots gardens,
 meet and greet walkers with Pipers, school choir and local celebs.

 Sunday Walking starts , followed by a short non religious service in
 the Abbey with the Brass band
 Evening events are on every night around 6:30 and begin with,
 Monday, Town trail walk and slides shown in the Carters rest. Folk
 night in the Cannon

 Tuesday,Quiz night in the Tory club, Teams of 4 or £10 or £2.50 per head

 Wednesday, Fox and Hounds Denholm for Dominoes and CURLING in the village hall

 Thursday, Denholm folk night, with tatties, neeps and Haggis to
 celebrate the year of the haggis

 Friday , Ceilidh in Glendouglas Hall. 7-11pm at£10 per head, danceband
 and STOVIES.

 Saturday holds the last of the walks ending with a march from the
 Square to Mary Queen of Scots house followed by a short handover
 ceremony of the event to the next hosts.