Find out more about what's up and coming and what you may have missed.
A couple of ways to view local events. The events page has all notified information on past, present and up and coming events. Alternately you can select Poster Images to see what is up and coming and some of the more recent events you may have missed.. This option is ideal for devices with smaller screens such as mobiles.
Meeting dates, approved minutes and more ...
The information provided here is what the Community Council makes available to the public. This should keep you fully up to date with decisions made and actions taken by all parties. (Everything should be open and transparent)
A couple of ways to view the information. Visit the home page for everything or select the poster images option for meeting dates and approved minutes. This option is ideal for devices with smaller screens such as mobiles.
You can view the SBC 2014 Model Community Council Constitution and the 2019 Handbook. There is a pdf option for both on the Community Council Page
Interpretation Wall (Touch Sceen Software). Visitor information about Coldingham and the surrounding area ...
This is made available here for those that require online access to this.
To be slightly technical it will run slightly differently here as it was developed to run under a browser in kiosk mode. (Essentially Full screen with no browser tabs with NO user exit from the browser)
Note : Some changes were made here to the project's home page to allow you to return to Coldingham Info home page from the project's homepage menu.
For the best experience on a computer, if possible, you should ideally toggle the browser to run full screen.
Search for a Monumental Inscription in Coldingham Priory ...
Search on family name or stone inscription by entering multiple string patterns. (Gravestome Image and approximate location subsequently displayed).
The work of recording the information, approximately 2011, was carried out by Friends of Coldingham Priory and members of Borders Family History Society (BFHS).
More information and full details on how to search is provided on the respective pages. This may well be of some assistance you in tracing your family history.
John Wood historical images (approx 1910) and images from local events
One of the most exciting and remarkable photographic finds of recent years was made in, of all places, a Borders garden shed. Comprising a massive accumulation of glass negatives, this was the work of John Wood, a photographer whose studies of village life at the turn of the century sparkle with a quality rarely seen.
Now with over 160 John Wood Images and an Old Postcard 25 minute Slideshow with over 100 images.
The Collection of images now colourised, categorised and brought together for easier accessibility...
Community Funds For Community Groups and Projects
Grants of up to £10000 for Community Groups and Projects benefiting Cockburnspath & Cove, Coldingham, Grantshouse, Reston and Auchencrow.
The Drone Hill Wind Farm Community Fund supports community projects benefiting those living in the areas covered by Reston & Auchencrow, Grantshouse, Coldingham, and Cockburnspath & Cove Community Councils. The fund is provided by Greencoat UK Wind, the owners of the Drone Hill Wind Farm in East Berwickshire.
Find out more - see links below
Currently last Thursday of the month in the Village Hall. Your local cinema....
The last Thursday of the month in the Village Hall, your local cinema.
You will find out everything you need to know about the film club by visting their home page. The Up and Coming films with more information on each film than ever before with each film having a small video trailer where available. You can also see what you may have missed.
You will also still find information about the up and coming film(s) in the poster summary and the village events page.
Coldingham & St Abbs Fuel Club (Oil) - A local buying group set up to negotiate bulk purchase discounts with the fuel companies
It's free to sign up but you must be a resident in Coldingham or St Abbs as it's the small geographic area
All the information can be found on the Fuel Club Page. How it works, how to join and see the most recent planned delivery timetable.
Remember it's a local buying group set up to negotiate bulk purchase discounts with the fuel companies to save you some money.
If you have not already signed up then find out more by selecting the Coldingham & St Abbs Fuel Club Page - link below.
Berwickshire Coastal Path, local walks around Coldingham and other interesting paths/trails.....
For all walkers.
The Berwickshire Coastal Path stretches from Cockburnspath to Berwick-Upon-Tweed is mapped out on OpenStreetMap. Informative waypoints with audio, well worth a look !!
Besides the Coastal Path and local Coldingjam Walks there are a further 12 or so Routes throughout East Berwickshire. The routes are primarily for walkers but where possible attempts have been made to accomodate others.
All information can currently be found on the Paths/Walks/Trails page
Cause and Effect - Clear up some of the most frequently heard myths
Originally addedc in early 2022 but just as relevant today, even more so.
A series of short articles from reputable websites from which you can form your own opinions.
Clear up some of the most frequently heard myths, so that you can tell fiction from fact or fact from fiction.
From the The UK Climate Risk Website a comprehensive assessment of the risks and opportunities facing the UK.
National Summaries for all UK countries and sectors to view or download, certainly comprehensive. Links opposite.
Remember - External links will have cookies and may be removed and/or configured via your browser.
Seen somthing before and cannot now find it, check the archive
If you have seen, read or selected something from this page that you now cannot find then it will more than likely be in the Archive.
The Archive is essentially a timeline showing the date of removal of the original page with a link to that page.
Worth checking out !!...
Rolling News & Weather (RSS Feeds)
If you have missed today's news then this is the easiest and quickest way to see and read the headlines.
Rolling Headlines, split by country and updated during the day. Note: this is reliant on FeedRapp and all other provider services/feeds to be available.
If FeedRapp Services are down Use the Direct Links
You will also find a link for BBC Weather Feeds and Met Office Weather Link
Usually the latest 10 or 20 breaking stories
Worth checking out !!...
Note: some of the pages may take a few seconds to retrieve and load the feed headlines esepecially if you select the first link for the combined UK countries as it's 4 feeds. Bit of patientce or just reload the page.
Simply complete the form and submit. The form can be used for a variety of purposes.
First of all, do please get in touch, it would be good to hear from you.
To give you just one idea of how it's used. If you wish if you wish to add your event to the website events page then just complete and submit the contact form and we will be in touch, your email being important !!. Historical information and images always welcome.
Regarding events, in addition to the text, if possible, please attach a poster as a pdf, word documnt or image and we will do the rest. We shall respond providing the website's email address which can be used for future communication, events, or subsequent images etc... The more notice that can be provided the better. Check out the events page and poster summary, ideal for smaller devices, mobiles etc..
No poster image, then do not worry. We can create a basic no frills poster image for you..
Having your event here can really difference to the turnout and success on the day(s) of your event !!
Submit your details for the Creation of a Page for Local Businesses/Self Catering...
Submit your details and we shall Create a page for Local Businesses/Self Catering...
Complete the enquiry form with your main image, one only, and submit. We shall respond with the website's email requesting further images. We can accomodate up tp 8-12 images per business. Type of page created dependant on the information provided.
The page will be added to ther most suitable section on the Coldingham site. Actual sections and links to the page may vary from time to time. The addition of new pages to the Coldingham website for this is at the discretion of the webmaster. Please do not misuse this free service.
Welcome to Coldingham, a beautiful historic conservation village in Berwickshire, on southeast Scotland's spectacular coastline.
Safe dog friendly beach with large free car park, beach cafe, toilets, disabled parking spaces onthe beach, and RNLI life guards during holiday season. The Berwickshire Coastal Footpath crosses the bay with St Abbs to the north and Eyemouth to the south.
St Abbs Village
Just a couple of miles from Coldingham. World renowned Scuba Diving - considered to be a World Top Ten diving centre. The first Voluntary Marine Reserve in the UK. Super walks over St Abbs Nature Reserve.
About 22 miles north from Coldingham. Preston Mill is a watermill on the River Tyne at the eastern edge of East Linton. Owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland. Check web site for opening times.
Berwick upon Tweed
Historic walled town just south of the Border, about 10 miles from Village Centre. Walk the Elizabethan Town Walls, visit the King's Own Borderers Regimental Museum, Berwick Barracks, Berwick Town Hall, Cell Block Museum and Berwick Parish church. Numerous Galleries and Coffee shops.
Museum of Flight
About 25 miles north of Coldingham. The National Museum of Flight is Scotland's national aviation museum, at East Fortune Airfield, in East Lothian. Lots to see and do. It is one of the museums within National Museums Scotland.
About 25 miles north from Coldingham Village. Dirleton Castle is a medieval fortress in the village of Dirleton, East Lothian. It lies around 2 miles west of North Berwick.