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Rutherfords Micropub  win Most Innovative Business Award!

Rutherfords Micropub win Most Innovative Business Award!

On the 3rd of June at the Glasgow Marriot Hotel, Simon & Debbie of Rutherfords Micropub, attended the Grand Final for the Scotland Business Awards and won! A well deserved prize of the most innovative business. Many and huge Congratulations on your award from all at the Borders Food Network! Simon said ‘We are utterly […]

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Date for your diary - Kirk Square Kitchen 2nd June!

Date for your diary – Kirk Square Kitchen 2nd June!

Kirk Square Kitchen is an annual, one day food and music event inn Eyemouth. KSK celebrates all that is unique, delicious and memorable about the Scottish Borders Coast, showcasing local businesses and produce. There will be plenty of entertainment for all with live music, arts and crafts and much more! Food and Drink from: ESP […]

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Art at Ancrum is coming on May 5th!

Art at Ancrum is coming on May 5th!

A long weekend of exhibitions and demonstrations by professional artists and design-led makers in multiple venues throughout the village of Ancrum, where you can meet and purchase directly from the artisans. from Saturday 5th to Monday 7th May 2018 One of the many wonderful things about Art at Ancrum is that network members The Ancrum […]

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Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival comes to Hawick.

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival comes to Hawick.

Friends of the Food Network, Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival continues to break boundaries with its eighth edition, in Hawick from 3rd to 7th May 2018. For five days, the Scottish Borders town becomes the centre for some of the world’s most respected and acclaimed moving image artists, presenting the most groundbreaking experimental lm […]

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Scottish Borders Food and Drink breakfast table top view

The 2018-19 Food & Drink directory is here!

The launch this year of the new Borders Distillery is a game changer for the region – the first local whisky distillery in almost 180 years. And other local drink producers, from the breweries to newcomers such as Leftfield Kombucha, are expanding rapidly too. The Borders will always be the bread- basket of Scotland, with […]

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