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Open Doors 2019
14th September 2019
Borders Distillery – The first distillery in the Scottish Borders since 1837, the former engineers workshop was brought back into use in 2008 and has won national design awards
Hawick Lodge 111 – a rare opportunity to look inside a Masonic Lodge, with William Beattie’s actual cavalry sword on display
Mansfield Park, home of Hawick Rugby Club – The Bill McLaren Room will be available to view, with Hawick playing GHA at 3pm
Hawick Museum – Set in Wilton Lodge Park, original building dates back over 400 years
Textile Centre of Excellence – Funded by South of Scotland Enterprise Partnership, it opened earlier this year to help address business critical skills issues in the textiles and knitwear sector
Textile Tower House – Discover the fascinating history of this 500-year-old tower from the days of the Border Reivers
Walking tour of Stobs Camp – See some of the key areas of the First World War training and internment camp
Architectural legacy of J P Alison – A walk around the town centre to view the works of Hawick’s most prominent and prolific architect
A number of venues can be accessed only by advance booking and not all buildings are open all day, full details are available on the Doors Open Day website.