Newtown St Boswells & Eildon
web site info.
Police/Medical & Emergency aid
Fire & Ambulance
Red Cross Services
Citizens Advice Bureaux
Beavers & Cub Scouts
Dog friemdly Newtown
Newtown in Bloom
Newtown Jolly Tots
Seniors Afternoon club
Weavers, Spinners and Dyers
Community Council purpose & members
Meeting Minutes/Jobs List
Projects in hand
Members baby bios
Sergeants Park Phase 2
Health Centre vison
Community Council boundary
Consultation & Time line
Newtown Corn Mill
Old Horse Tram
Paths & Walking
Members baby biog
A selection of existing buildings in chronological order
Corn Mill - date ?
1802 - Newtown House, Tweedside Rd. plus Hazel & Douglas - listed building
1806 Eildon Hall - listed building
1825/1830 - Taynuilt, Tweedside Rd. plus Ian - listed building
1832 - Heatherlea, Tweedside Rd.
1848 - Old Railway Inn and village Newsagent - Originally Coaching Inn - listed building
1871 - Auction Building (Bull Ring) planned as centre piece for new village centre - listed building
1873 - Old Police Station
1878 - Melborne Place - listed building
1880 - Langlands Mill
1881 - Ettrick Cottage, Tweedside Rd.
1886 - Baillie Hall - built by Lady Grisell Baillie - previously old school site
1898 - The Old Skinnery building plus Tracy and her mum's dog Hamish
1935 - St Columba's Tweed Horizons
1975 - Regional Council arrives in village with 300 employees and by 2013 risen to 1,000 employees.
1935 - K6, Red Telephone Box designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott - Sprouston Road, saved from removal by community purchase in 2013
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