Newsletter March 2022

It feels like it has been a winter of Dudley, Eunice and Franklin, rather than a more seasonal cloaking of crisp snow, but we hope you have come through it all unscathed. Over the next few pages you can read all about, among other things, glow-worms, antique farming implements, golden eagle successes, and a new long distance walking trail…

Newsletter December 2021

Tweed Sunset

You can read all about, among other things, the new eco-museum, a new coastal trail along the Solway Firth, the annual Wildlife Recorders’ Gathering, plus the progress of Beaky, Edward, Emily and Skan (the translocated golden eagles).

Talks from the AGM

Zoom Recording 1:  Morag Patterson talking about Communities and Forest Plans. Zoom Recording 2:  Nic Coombey talking about the Place in the Biosphere Project.

AGM Notice 2021 – UPDATE

Scotts View - River Tweed

SOUTHERN UPLANDS PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 2021 AT 2.30 PM NOW – ONLINE – Zoom Platform SUP’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, 17th November 2021 on Zoom The formal business of the AGM will be followed by a presentation by Morag Paterson on […]

Talla-Hartfell Wild Land Area

Ettrick © SlowBritain

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.

Proposed South West Scotland Coastal Trail – Project 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.

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 […]

Newsletter September 2021

Tweed Sunset

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.

Newsletter June 2021

Tweed Sunset

Welcome to Darren Flint and Katy Ewing who recently joined SUP as Project Officers, based at Kirkgunzeon.