Norham and Ladykirk History Society
will be holding a film night
in the Village Hall
Monday 8th November, 7.30pm
All welcome. Entry by donation.
As some of the Covid restrictions are now relaxed the Norham & Ladykirk History Society are pleased to announce the resumption of indoor meetings in Norham Village Hall. The Village Hall is compliant with all the required Covid Rules and Regulations and at the time of writing this blog face masks are not compulsory. However visitors can choose to wear face masks if they prefer.
Norham on TV…Now showing in the Village Hall!
Did you know that in 1977 a BBC production team came to Norham to film summer in a changing village? Norham – a Borderline Case documented a way of life that has disappeared and features many of the characters who lived here.
There will be a chance to see these films in the Village Hall, all welcome. If you’ve seen them before – come along for another look. They are being shown on the Hall’s new audio visual equipment.
Do you recognise anyone?
The Last Station Master, a short film made for the History Society, looks at the last operating days of Norham Railway Station through the eyes of the Station Master, Peter Short’s, family.
Once, Salmon net fishing was a mainstay of the economy of the Lower Tweed,Norham and Horncliffe in particular. Net-fishers of the Lower Tweed, is a short film journey down the river, which features some footage of Pedwell fishery from 1961.
See the link below for more information on the Group.