Changes to the 253 timetable mean that if you want to travel by bus to Coldingham, you will now need to catch the 253 service to Eyemouth and await a connection (service 235) from Eyemouth to Coldingham and vice versa to return as the 253 no longer stops at Coldingham. This was discussed at length at a meeting with John Lamont MP, Community Councils of Coldingham, Cockburnspath and St. Abbs.
The more people who use the services the better the chance of retaining them. Unfortunately it’s a use it or lose it situation.
Roxburgh & Berwickshire Citizens Advice Bureau offers a unique opportunity for interested people to become volunteers. We offer quality training on a whole range of subjects that will help you help others in the community. The work is rewarding and satisfying plus you get full support and the chance to be part of a team. We are currently recruiting volunteers to become generalist advisers in the Eyemouth office, so if you have 6h/p/w to spare and want to a new challenge then please get in touch with Annette on 018907 50500.
Alternatively if you have less spare time on your hands but still want to help we are always looking for people to join our board of directors. Whether you are an experienced chair or treasurer we would love to hear from you. You can email email@example.com with your note of interest and Fiona will get in touch.
Do you get frustrated by our local broadband speed? Unable to download films or use the internet during periods of high demand? Unable to use your smart TV, phones etc at the same time?
If the answer is yes, then please visit the Digital Scotland’s website, using the link below and register your postcode to be kept up to date with progress: http://www.superfastscotland.com/in-the-loop
Come along to Community Council meetings for updates.
For more information, visit www.dontriskit.info/country-roads/view-the-campaign/
What is Cockburnspath & Cove to you? We are looking for your beautiful, stunning photos to showcase across our new website. If you have pictures you can send to us, we will publish them across our website.
We want to showcase the area in its natural beauty – the place, culture and community. Please send them to the Cockburnspath & Cove Facebook page privately. They must be your own and not subject to copyright. If people feature in your pictures, please ensure they have approved the photos to be shared.
Warning re Bogus Callers in Our Area
Alert message sent 05/10/2016 14:42:00
Information sent on behalf of Scottish Borders Council
|Police Scotland are issuing a warning following three reports of bogus callers targeting residents in East Lothian and the Scottish Borders.
The incidents happened in Kirk Park, Dunbar; Callandar Place Cockburnspath and Croft Road, Kelso on Monday 3rd October.
In the Kirk Park incident, a 92 year old man was charged an excessive three-figure sum to have some gardening work done. The suspect bogus workman called himself John Smith and left a business card.
The suspect in the Cockburnspath incident called unannounced and offered to tarmac the driveway, leaving a business card.
In the Croft Road Kelso incident, a workman was contacted via social media, he asked for payment up front and left without completing the work.
Officers are advising residents to be on their guard for bogus callers, rogue traders and not to engage anyone cold-calling to do property maintenance, gardening or home repairs.
Sergeant Michele Lindsay said: ” Police Scotland is committed to tackling those involved in this crime and will use all means at our disposal to ensure they are swiftly brought to justice. Rogue traders usually turn up announced, claim to be bona fide tradesmen when they are not and charge inflated prices for shoddy or unnecessary work.
“However, an effective way of preventing these incidents from happening in the first place is by raising awareness of the problem and advising members of the public on what steps they can take to better protect themselves from falling victim.
“We would recommend that you never engage anyone who turns up at your door and never give them money up front.
“We would also caution against keeping large sums of cash in your own home.
“More information about how to protect yourself against bogus callers can be found on the Police Scotland website at the address below:”
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|Nick Walker (Police Scotland, Constable, Scottish Borders)|
The website for Cockburnspath & Cove Community Council has been given a fresh look. The easy to use menus and design helps you search with ease for information, events and news about Cockburnspath and Cove.
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