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Lauder Website The updated Lauder site is now up and running. Secretaries of all local clubs, community groups and not-for-profit organisations are invited to apply for space on the site to advertise their organisations and events. There is NO charge for this. Contact or phone 01835 823745. If you would like to become a featured business and take advantage of a ... [more]


Lauder Clubs and Organisations - A Listing

Leader Leisure Centre Blainslie Hall Committee Blainslie Reel Club Blainslie Under 5's Blainslie Village Hall Committee Borders Vintage Automobile Club Channelkirk Primary School The Deaf Height Walking Club Earlston High School Council Guiding in Lauderdale Langshaw WRI Lauder Play Club Lauder After School Club Lauder Amateur Dramatic Society Lauder and Oxton Cubs Lauder Lunch ... [more]


Lauder Community and Leisure Centre

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Blainslie Hall Committee

Maintenance of Blainslie Community Hall. Organises Community events and arranges hire of Hall for private functions and use by community groups. Contact: Chairperson, George Runciman, Upper Blainslie Farm House, Tel 01896 860204 ... [more]


Blainslie Under 5's

Meets on Monday mornings during school term time in Blainslie Village Hall. Contact: Kate Dunmore (01896 860217) ... [more]


Blainslie Village Hall Committee

The group is involved in organising Social and Fund Raising events throughout the year in Blainslie Village Hall. Contact: George Runciman (01896 860204) ... [more]


Borders Vintage Automobile Club

A club for all interested in the preservation of historic vehicles. Not necessary to be the owner of one. Monthly on second Wednesday at 7.30pm in various venues. Contact Kenneth Wilson (01896 848027) ... [more]


Channelkirk Primary School Council

Channelkirk Primary School Oxton Lauder Berwickshire TD2 6PT Tel: 01578 750242 Headteacher: Channelkirk Primary School Council Aims to promote partnership between the Channelkirk Primary School, its pupils, staff, parents,carers and the wider community. Regular meetings throughout the year in Channelkirk Primary School. Contact: Fiona Johnstone(01578 750251) ... [more]


Channelkirk and Lauder Guild

Office Bearers 2006 Convener: Christine Brotherstone Secretary: Mary Shields Treasurer: May Steel Committee: Ina Kerr, Gillian McKenzie, Lesley Fitchett, Helen Reilly. ... [more]


The Deaf Height Walking Club

The Club meets on the third Sunday of the month. Contact: David on 01578 718676 ... [more]


Earlston High School Council

Aims to promote partnership between the Earlston High School Council, its pupils, staff, parents, carers and the wider community. Meets regularly throughout the school year in Earlston High School Contact: The Headteacher Earlston High School (01896 849282) ... [more]


Guiding in Lauderdale

1st Lauder Guides Guiding is an exciting way for girls aged 10 to 14 to learn new skills, be challenged by new adventures and exLauder Brownies A varied programme of fun for 7 to 10 year olds. Meets in Lauder Primary School Hall on Mondays from 6pm till 7.15pm, during school term. Contact: Linda Inglis (01578 722578) ... [more]


Langshaw WRI

Meets on the third Wednesday evening of the month (except July & August) in Blainslie Village Hall. Contact: Claire Bennett ... [more]


Lauder Play Club

Lauder play club welcomes all children aged between 0-5 years old, whether it's with mum, dad, guardian, grandparents or carer everyone is welcome. It runs during term time on Wednesdays and Fridays between 9.30-11.30am. Includes arts and crafts, playing and interacting, snack time and finishes with either a story or a song. For any further details please see our website: Lauder P ... [more]


Lauder After School Club

Lauder After School Club Lauder After School Club is located within the school and provides safe and affordable childcare for any child who attends Lauder Primary School. It is managed by a committee of parent volunteers and the children are cared for by a team of qualified staff. It runs Mon-Fri 2.45pm - 6pm. As well as a wide variety of games and activities, a snack is also provided ... [more]


Lauder and Oxton Cubs

Fun evenings with games and badgework to cover a variety of topics aimed at children aged from 8 to 10.5 years. Monday 7pm till 8.15pm. Youth Trust Hall, Lauder. Contact: David Organ (01578 722540) ... [more]


Lauder Amateur Dramatic Society

Produces a play for public performance on an annual basis. Meets as and when necessary. Contact: D Millar (01578 722885) ... [more]


Lauder Amateur Horticultural Society

The Society organises Lauder Flower Show in August each year. This is an open show which incorporates an industrial section organised by the WRI. Lauder Flower Show is held on the last Saturday in August in Lauder Public Hall. Contact: Christine Brotherston (01578 722469) ... [more]


Lauder Basketball Club (Seniors)

Basketball for the over-40's. Meets Mondays evenings 8pm till 9pm. Lauder Leisure Centre. Contact 01578 722477 ... [more]


Lauder Bowling Club

The club plays at Lauder Bowling Club Green in Stow Road, Lauder. Excellent green and club facilities. New members always welcome. Contact: Mrs Isabel MacRae (01578 722566) or see Website: Lauder Bowling Club ... [more]


Lauder Common Riding Exiles Association

We organise an annual event when friendships are renewed and exiles, visitors and locals can meet the Cornet and his supporters, and enjoy a buffet and presentations. Takes place on the Tuesday of Common Riding week. Contact: Margaret Dick (01578 722363) ... [more]


Lauder Common Riding Ladies' Committee

The group helps to organise Common Riding events such as the Fun Day and Family Bike Ride. Fund raises for Lauder Common Riding. Various venues. Contact: Gail Miller (01578 722885) ... [more]



LAUDER ELDERLY GENTLEMEN'S GOLFING SOCIETY A Society for members of Lauderdale Golf Club aged 55 or over. Meets on the first Monday of the month at 1pm at Lauder Golf Club. Contact: Robert Towers (01578 722240) ... [more]


Lauder Football Clubs

Lauder Amateur Football Club Meets at the Woodcot Pavilion in the Public Park, Lauder. Lauder Football Club Juniors Provides coaching for boys and girls aged 8 to 16 and operates as an SFA centre. Players are also given the opportunity to play in the Border league. Under 8's, 9's 10's and 12's Saturday 10am to 11am. Under 14's Thursdays 6.30pm to 8pm. Under 16's W ... [more]


Lauder Junior Rugby

Meets Monday and Wednesday evenings, April and August in Lauder Public park. Contact: John E Runciman (01578 722446) ... [more]


Lauder Karate

Meets Tuesday from 6pm till 7pm in Leader Leasure Centre. Contact: Martin Brownlee (01896 756326) ... [more]


Royal Burgh of Lauder Golf Club

Lauder Golf Club Galashiels Road, Lauder TD2 6RS Tel: 01578 722240 Fax: 01578 722526 Email: Website: Lauder Golf Club This pleasant 9 hole moorland course lies some half a mile out of Lauder on the Galashiels road. It is 6050 yards with Par 72 and SSS 69. Lauder Golf Club was laid out in 1896 by Willie Park Jnr who still holds the Professional record of 70 which h ... [more]


Lauder Ladies' Golf Club

Ladies' Night at Lauder Golf Club is Wednesday. Lauder Ladies Golf Club 2015 Captain - Wendy Bryson (01578722409) Vice Captain - Maureen Rennie Secretary - Maggie Herkes Handicap secretary - Gwen Dun Treasurer - Linda Hogarth Committee - Jane Stevenson and Senga Towers ... [more]


Lauder Lunch Club

Trust Housing Association, Lauder. A weekly nourishing meal for pensioners in and around Lauder area on Tuesdays If you or someone you know would benefit from a hot meal and some weekly friendship, please get in touch. New members and volunteers welcome. Transport can be arranged. Contact: 01835 862565 ... [more]


Lauder Over 60's Club

The group organises a series of summer outings and a Christmas lunch. Contact: Elma Middlemiss (01578 750223) ... [more]


Channelkirk and Lauder Parish Church

Minister: Rev James J. Griggs BD MTh Contacts: Minister - Telephone number: 01578 722616 Session Clerk - Billy Anderson - 01578 722848 Services: Each Sunday at 11.30am. (First Sunday of Month is a Family Service) Creche Each Sunday, except for Family Service Sundays, there is a creche for babies - 3 year olds, to allow parents to give the church service their full concentration. O ... [more]


Lauder Primary School Council

Lauder Primary School Crofts Road Lauder Berwickshire TD2 6QJ Tel: 01578 722346 Website: Lauder Primary School There have been educational facilities on this site since 1863, but there is evidence of an even earlier establishment. The present facilities date from 1966 when four classrooms were added to the existing building, another in 1977 and 1987, giving a total of six classr ... [more]


Lauder Tennis Club

Two tennis courts and clubhouse available for members. Access from the Fire Station, Whitlaw Road. Season - April to October. Contact: Tommy Syme (01578 722477) ... [more]


Lauder Volleyball Club

Social volleyball for adults of all levels. Beginners welcome. Friday evenings at 6pm in Leader Leisure Centre. Contact: Irene Bonnar (01578 722415) ... [more]


Lauder Youth Club

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Lauder SWI

SCOTTISH WOMEN’S INSTITUTES LAUDER At the AGM in May 2016 the following were elected: Office Bearers: President - Sheila Hardie (01578 718657) Secretary - Liz Dalgliesh Treasurer - Annette Holton Committee: Christine Brandeschi, Wendy Bryson, Janet Laidlaw, Helen Lumsden, Christine Riddell, Jane Thomson and Senga Towers. Annual Membership is £20.00. 2016/2017 Programme: Most o ... [more]


Lauder Youth Trust

Youth Trust Hall for community use and private lets. Day or evening lets to suit groups or individuals. Contact: Mrs C Batchelor (01578 722291) ... [more]


Lauderdale Agricultural Discussion Group

Discussion group on agricultural matters. Farm and other relevant visits. Meets monthly on Wednesdays during the winter months in the Lauderdale Hotel. Contact: David Kerr (01835 823322) ... [more]


Lauderdale Angling Association

Trout fishing on Leader and tributaries. Annual General Meeting in November – various venues. Contact: Graham Sutherland (01578 722799) ... [more]


Lauderdale Community Choir

Lauderdale Community Choir meets on Thursday evenings in the Lauderdale Hotel Function Room at 7.30pm. Membership: Joining fee £10. £2 per rehearsal thereafter All interested in becoming a member should contact 01578 722666 There is no need to be able to read music and there are no auditions. More at: Lauderdale Community Choir ... [more]


Lauderdale Community Council

Lauderdale Community Council represents those people resident in the parishes of Lauder and Blainslie. The Council meets on the 2nd Monday of each month, except August, at 7.30pm. Two meetings a year are held in Blainslie Village Hall, the others being in Lauder Town Hall. Regular Community Council meetings are open to the public, who are encouraged to attend. The Community Council is made ... [more]


Lauderdale Curling Club

Plays at Kelso Ice Rink (01573 224774) from October to March. Further details of Membership etc: Contact: Colin Stirling – (01896 860360). ... [more]


Lauderdale Development Forum

The Forum was established to co-ordinate the work of the groups set up to implement the findings of the 1996 Community Appraisal. That initial function evolved to one od assisting the work of all voluntary and other organisations associated with Lauderdale, who seek assistance. The main purpose of the Forum is to bring together representatives from all voluntary organisations active in Lauderd ... [more]


Lauderdale Development Trust Ltd

The Development Trust operates as a community business to further the economic, environmental and social development of Lauderdale. The Trust is an independent organisation that seeks to achieve sustained community renewal through the self-help and enterprise of its community. It is an umbrella organisation for a variety of social enterprises engaged in the regeneration of Lauderdale. The Lau ... [more]


Lauderdale Historical Society

Lauderdale Historical Society was formed to encourage the community in Lauderdale to take an active interest in the history of the area. It promotes social and educational development through the medium of history and provides a forum for study, discussion and the exchange of information on the history of Lauderdale. The main aims of the Society are: To establish and ensure a source of inform ... [more]


Lauderdale Hunt

Control of foxes using hounds to flush foxes to guns. Spectators on horseback and on foot. Tuesdays and Saturdays from September to March at various venues. Contact: Ian Scott-Aiton (07721 569303) ... [more]


Lauderdale LIbrary

Lauderdale Library and Hardie Archive is located in the Old Jail, under the Town Hall. This is a free service, run by volunteers, supplying books for all tastes and ages, including some large print and audio books. There is a collection local historical documents available for study on the premises. Opening times : Saturday 10 - 12am, Tuesday 2 - 4pm, Thursday 5 - 7pm. Contact: Kate ... [more]


Lauderdale Limpers Running Club

The aim of the club is to promote running as an enjoyable way of keeping fit for all ages and abilities. Meets on Tuesdays at Leader Leisure Centre - Juniors 6.30pm to 7pm, Adults 7.30pm to 8.45pm. (Juniors in the Park during the summer) Contact: Graeme Sutherland (01578 722799) ... [more]


Lauderdale News Group

The local newspaper for the whole of Lauderdale is distributed free of charge, quarterly. Meetings of the group are as required. Material, letters and articles for inclusion in the newspaper should be no longer than 200 words and can be handed in or sent to Lauderdale News, c/o Lauder Post office. TD2 6SR. Contact: Wendy Perry (01578 722281) ... [more]


Lauderdale Paths Network

Promoting safe and responsible access to the countryside in and around Lauderdale. Meets on the last Wednesday of the month in Lauder Town Hall. Contact: Angela Mercer (01578 722499) ... [more]


Lauderdale Point to Point Races

Amateur Horse Racing at Mosshouses. Contact: Tony Hogarth (01896 860242) ... [more]


Lauderdale Pony Club

Annual programme. Summer camp in July. Local farms and riding centres. Contact: Dougie Runciman (01578 718754) ... [more]


Lauderdale Rotary Club

Part of the worldwide network of service clubs encouraging acquaintance as an opportunity for service in personal, business and community life. Lauderdale Rotary Club meets each Wednesday in the Lauderdale Hotel at 7pm for 7.15pm. It draws membership from Lauder, Earlston, St Boswells and Stow. The club's fund raising activities will continue to support local & international chariti ... [more]


Oxton & District Amateur Horticultural Society

The Society aims to encourage and promote amateur gardeners to grow a wide variety of plants both edible and ornamental. Includes craft and cookery classes. Annual Show in September. Contact: Moira Gilfillan (01578 718633) ... [more]


Oxton & Channelkirk Community Council

Lauderdale Community Council represents those people resident in Oxton & Channelkirk. Oxton & Channelkirk Community Council meets every six weeks at 7.30pm in the War Memorial Hall, Oxton. Regular Community Council meetings are open to the public, who are encouraged to attend. The Community Council is made up of democratically elected councillors voted into office by the residents o ... [more]


Oxton & Channelkirk Website

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Probus Club of Lauderdale

The club promotes fellowship among retired and semi-retired professional and businessmen. Membership is by invitation. Meets on the second Tuesday of the month in the Lauderdale Hotel at 12.30pm for lunch. Contact: Jim Fisken (01578 718944) ... [more]


Scouting in Lauderdale

Lauderdale Scout Group Lauderdale Beaver Scouts For Girls and Boys aged 6-8 years, meet every Monday night in the Youth Trust Hall from 5:45-6:45. Contact Amanda Collins - 07775 842383 or email "" Lauderdale Cub Scouts For Girls and Boys aged 6-8 1/2 years, meet every Monday night in the Youth Trust Hall from 7:00-8:15. Contact Andrew Beaumont - 07970 ... [more]


Wooplaw Community Woodlands

Where and What Wooplaw Woods is an area of woodland which is dedicated to community use. Situated between Lauder and Galashiels (NT 500421), the woods do not belong to a private owner, the Forestry Commission or the local council. They are owned and managed by Wooplaw Community Woodlands, an organisation made up of ordinary people who believe it is important to keep traditional woodland and wood ... [more]


Young Farmers

We aim to promote the cultural education and training of young people, provide a greater interest and efficiency in agriculture and make rural life more attractive to younger members of the community. Various venues. Usually Wednesdays at 7.30pm. Contact: Gordon Stewart (01573 410716) ... [more]


Borders Asperger & Autism Group Support

Borders Asperger & Autism Group Support B.A.A.G.S. offers support, advice and friendship to parents, relatives, friends and anyone with an interest in Asperger syndrome, autism or related behaviour. It is a group run by volunteer parents and people who work with autistic children. The aim of BAAGS is to make people aware of the condition and the effects it has on everyone, the teachers, t ... [more]



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Last Update: 18/05/2017

Lauder Clubs & Organisations