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Oct 14, 2014

Coldingham Luckenbooth wins Berwickshire Civic Society 2014 Architectural Award:

Oct 14, 2014
Tell us what you think.  The Society would like its members to give their views on how they would like to see the Society develop.
Oct 14, 2014

The 2014 AGM was  held on Monday 22nd September  at the newly restored Bughtrig House by kind permission of Mr and Mrs William Ramsay.  


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Charles Alexander Strang Associates, Traditional Building in the Scottish Borders – a Pilot Exercise (no date). [Refers to the Eildon Area]

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Layhe, E., The History of Berwickshire's Towns and Villages (Paxton, 1994).

Old Ordnance Survey Maps: Berwickshire. Godfrey ed. (Consett, 2000–) Scale approx. 1:4340. Reduced scale reproductions of O.S. 25" (1:2500) County Series maps of Scotland. On verso, extracts from contemporary local directories and a brief historical account of the area. Sheet 6.13 (Eyemouth 1898); Sheet 16.07; (Duns & Greenlaw 1898). See

Paxton, R. & Ruddock, T., A Heritage of Bridges between Edinburgh, Kelso and Berwick (Edinburgh, 1980).

Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments and Constructions of Scotland, First Report and Inventory of Monuments and Constructions in the County of Berwick (Edinburgh, 1909).

Rutherfurd, J. & J.H., Southern Counties Register and Directory (Kelso, 1866). [Reprinted by Borders Library Service (Selkirk, 1990)].

Strang, C.A., Borders and Berwick: Illustrated Architectural Guide to the Scottish Borders and Tweed Valley (Edinburgh, 1994).

Swinton, J. & Ramsay, W., Historic Houses of Berwickshire 1875–1975–2010 (Affordable Art, 2011). See