The fellowship funded a series First Aid Training for people living in the Hutton District. The first training session of 2022 was held 4th March at Boreland Village Hall. More training sessions will be announced at a later stage. The fellowship would like to thank Kevin Clayton for dedicating his time in organising this community […]
The Fellowship have entered an agreement with the Community Heartbeat Trust which means a community defibrillator is now available in Boreland. It is located on the roadside wall at the Chariots of Fire who kindly agreed to its installation. The defibrillator is registered with the ambulance service and available for anyone needing access to it. […]
The Fellowship and Hall committee put on a joint event and invited people living in the community to visit Boreland Hall on 11th December for a bowl of soup in a warm space and to collect a gift card. The event was fully funded by the Fellowship using Ewehill 16 funds, with a £50 gift […]
HCF funded a fun bring your own food BBQ day to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee on Saturday 4th June 2022. A group of community members came together to organise a fantastic event. Live music was played in the hall. A range of games and activities were available for children and adults including lawn darts, […]
HCF has funded the construction of a woodland shelter at Applegarth Primary School. This is proving a great facility for classwork and parent council meetings.
Hutton Community Fellowship have agreed to use Ewe Hill Windfarm community benefit funds with the agreement of ScottishPower Renewables to support the work being done by the Townhead Hotel and Aberlour Trust in providing meals to elderly and isolating people in and around Lockerbie. If you know of anyone in our community who may benefit […]
HCF funded a trip to Edinburgh for pupils from Hutton and Applegarth schools. They went to the Scottish Museum and then attended a live performance of The Lion King. One of the mum’s said – “this was a once in a lifetime opportunity for some of our pupils and they had the most amazing school […]
HCF has helped fund a day trip to New Lanark Visitor Centre to support the Victorian topic the children from Applegarth and Hutton Primary Schools are currently learning. New Lanark tells the fascinating story of the cotton mill village which was founded in the 18th century, providing decent homes, fair wages, free health care, a […]
Hutton Curling Club is celebrating its 150th Anniversary and HCF have agreed a grant of £515 towards new team clothing for the club to mark this celebration. As a thank you for the grant the club has offered members of Hutton community two free curling ‘taster’ sessions at Lockerbie Ice Rink. The first was well […]
HCF funded the costs of a bus trip for residents of Hutton Community to Edinburgh. Most of the kids went to the zoo and had a terrific day, other adults took the opportunity for a bit of shopping!
HCF has provided funding to Dryfe Valley singers to cover travel costs and expenses to their pianist and singing coach, fiddler and guitarist to help cover their costs for attending sessions at Boreland Hall once a week for an hour to lead the singing sessions and for playing at the concerts held in Care Homes […]
HCF recently awarded Boreland Village Hall funds to install a landline telephone service complete with fibre Broadband. This will be very beneficial in case of any emergency when the hall is in use and can be offered as an extra facility for anyone hiring it.
The community had a great day at the Chariots of Fire Open Day on 5th May which was supported by a small grant from HCF. A wide selection of attractions and carriage drives were enjoyed by all!
Recent Quad Bike training run by Kevin Clayton has been funded by HCF. It was attended by members of the local community including one of the trainers at Chariots of Fire.
In 2015 the Hutton Community Fellowship were very pleased to be able to fund the refurbishment and replanting of four flower tubs on the grounds of Boreland Village Hall.
In December 2017, the Hutton Community Fellowship funded the showing of the film ‘Get Santa!’ at Boreland Village Hall in partnership with Driftwood Cinema.