Working the Tweed's final Riverside Meeting takes place this month. The meeting is in The Lees fishing shiel, Coldstream on Tuesday January 21st 2014 from 10.00 am – 2.00 pm. The themes are Water Resources /Land Use and Contemporary Borders Culture.
Derek Robeson. Senior Project Officer, Tweed Forum will introduce the Land Use Strategy Pilot through the frames of Environment, Culture and Economy. Mary Morrison,Director, Creative Arts Business Network will introduce the new Cultural Strategy for the Scottish Borders and historian Dr David Welsh will introduce an historical perspective to the session that focuses on where the Border line runs. This session focuses on mapping the future Scottish Borders through the current Land Use Strategy pilot and the Scottish Borders Cultural Strategy.
The deadline for applications is January 13th 2014.
There will be a limitation on the numbers that can attend because of the size of the venue.
Please pass this information on to anyone that might be interested.. If you are interested in attending, then fill in an application form (available here: http://workingthetweed.co.uk/riverside-meetings/ )