A MAJOR new campaign promoting the South of Scotland as a holiday destination to visitors from across the world has been launched by the national tourism organisation.
An action group set up to develop the tourism industry in Midlothian and the Scottish Borders has secured a £300,000 funding boost to continue benefitting businesses in both areas.
A Centre of Excellence in Textiles in Hawick will open early in the new year and will help to address business-critical skills issues in the sector and provide industry skills of all levels to a wide range of individuals.
A project to transform a disused building at Newtongrange railway station into a community space and...
VisitScotland launches Scotland's Ghost Trail
A STEAM train experience operating in the Scottish Borders this August has reported a second successful year, bringing more than 1200 visitors to the region and providing a major boost for local businesses and visitor attractions.
A new offer has been launched which offers a 50% discount to a companion of a visually impaired person travelling on the Borders Railway.
Grants of up to £5,000 are now available to tourism businesses in Midlothian and the Scottish Borders for new and innovative online bookable products or experiences.
More than four million journeys have been made on the Borders Railway since it opened to customers three years ago today (September 6).
After 42 years in the hospitality business restaurateur Alan Russell is “delighted” to have taken home his first awards – and they were definitely worth the wait.