With the castle in the background and the far reaching hills that spread away from Drumlanrig, it is a great setting for any outdoor activity, we do enjoy The Dumfries and Galloway Show.
It is always a great pleasure when Borderlines work alongside the Nith Trust, we have done this […]
It has by any stretch of the imagination been an unpredictable and a very strange first half to the season. From an extremely cold spring, where the grass did not even start to grow until the end of April, then straight into a dry and hot summer with everything […]
Pupils from St. Joseph’s College Rural Skills class joined The Nith Catchment Fishery Trust and Borderlines for their last
day of term for a full day of fisheries related activities.
The morning started off surveying the Pennyland Burn using electro fishing and…
…kick sampling for aquatic invertebrates.
After determining that the burn was
We got lucky with the weather on the weekend for the open day held on the Woodhall beat, river Derwent on Saturday, (a very big thank you to Neil Barcock for organising this again). A very good turn out with many friends, members and like-minded people in attendance. Chairman […]