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Talla-Hartfell Wild Land Area

The Talla-Hartfell project covers an area of 47,215ha in the central Southern Uplands. The project area boundary is roughly demarcated by the communities of Moffat, Tweedsmuir, the upper Yarrow (at the Gordon Arms Hotel) and Ettrick.

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The development of a coastal path along the North Solway Coast has long been mooted and is the missing link between coastal routes in Ayrshire and Cumbria.

Proposed South West Scotland Coastal Trail – Project Overview

Overview: The development of a coastal path along the North Solway Coast has long been mooted and is the missing link between coastal routes in Ayrshire and Cumbria. A route would offer residents and visitors alike the opportunity to experience in full the region’s spectacular and varied coastline, while at the same time potentially generating […]

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Tweed Sunset

Newsletter September 2021

Welcome to the latest, bumper, edition of the SUP newsletter.

As summer passes for another year and the early signs of autumn begin to show, there seems to be an awful lot going on across the south of Scotland.

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Tweed Sunset

Creative Opportunity: Green Tease: River Portrait No1

River Portrait No. 1 is a workshop exploring ways of seeing on the River Tweed. Sunday 27th June. 10:00 – 14:00 Bringing together artists, creative professionals and environmentalists, the event aims to create a space for unpicking and re-framing the multiple faces of the river through the act of creating a portrait. This event is […]

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Tweed Sunset

Annual Report 2019 / 2020

As always, we thank the many people who support our work in cash or in kind. We are very fortunate to
have excellent project staff and a supportive and active Board.
We would like to thank our Patrons for the generous support they give and thanks too to those who make annual donations. Without such support we would not be able to function.
The fact that Southern Uplands Partnership is still working, and growing, 20 years after it was established suggests we have got something right.

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Farm House

Using Windfarm Funding to Benefit Everyone

Dumfriesshire East Community Benefit Group (DECBG) was set up in July 2017 to help communities manage windfarm money from the Ewe Hill 6 and Ewe Hill 16 windfarms. It is possible in the future that other funds will be directed through this organisation also, providing a significant pot of money for investment in the area.

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