Borders Heritage Week 2012 celebrates the myths and legends of the Scottish Borders. Borders Journeys have arranged five tours during the Borders Heritage week, here we will tell the tales and share the stories that surround the myths and legends of this beautiful region of Scotland.
Sunday 16th September 2012 – Tweed Valley and Traquair House Tour
Thursday 20th September 2012 – Yarrow Valley, St. Mary’s Loch and Moffat Tour
Friday 21st September 2012 – Ettrick Valley and Samyé Ling Tibetan Centre Tour
Saturday 22nd September 2012 – Berwickshire Coast and Coldingham Priory Tour
Sunday 23rd September 2012 – Sir Walter Scott Tour
The leaflet detailing all events during Borders Heritage Week is available to download by clicking on the photograph below:
Southern Reporter – Thursday 30th August 2012 (Click on the article to enlarge it)
Peeblesshire News – Wednesday 7th September 2012 (Click on the article to enlarge it)
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