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Here you’ll find all the latest news from Fallago Environment Fund

Union Chain Bridge restoration receives Fallago support

The Fallago Environment Fund has awarded £50,000 to a project to restore the Union Chain Bridge, which links Scotland and England…

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Star struck at Monteath Mausoleum

Star struck! Members of the Fallago Fund Management admire the extraordinary craftsmanship of the star-studded dome of the Monteath Mausoleum on Lilliards Edge.

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We’re buzzing!

We’ve just received this wonderful video about Kelso High School’s fabulous Golden Swarm project and recommend that you take a look!

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Latest Fund newsletter now available

The latest edition of the Fallago Environment Fund newsletter is now available.  As well as details on the latest round of funding, it also features projects such as the Borders Heritage Festival, Stobs Military Camp, Kelso Folk Festival and the Paxton House Waterwheel, amongst many others.

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Monteath Douglas Mausoleum set for major restoration

The Fallago Environment Fund is helping to restore one of the Borders’ most fascinating landmarks – the Monteath Douglas Mausoleum. The Fund has provided £59,444 to help restore this beautiful 19th century building…

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Borders castle research project given £33,000 boost

A bid to find out more about the history of a Borders castle has been boosted by a grant of almost £33,000. That £32,890 handout, for research on Hume Castle, accounts for more than a third of the latest £89,890 round of payouts from the Fallago Environment Fund…

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Restored waterwheel and beam pump open to the public

With support from Fallago Environment Fund, the newly restored 18th century waterwheel and beam pump at Paxton House in Berwickshire is now open to the public.

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Redevelopment of Jim Clark Room to start this summer

Works to redevelop and expand the Jim Clark Room in Duns will start this summer. The £1.6m project is in partnership with Live Borders, The Jim Clark Trust, Scottish Borders Council and the Jim Clark Memorial Room Trust and has received funding from Fallago Environment Fund.

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