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Heart and Soul Festival 2018
Borderline will be attending Church of Scotland’s Heart and Soul Festival in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh (EH2 2HG) on Sunday…
Borderline’s London Marathon Entrant
2018 marks our first ever entry in the Virgin Money London Marathon on April 22. Colin Kinloch will be pounding…
CEO Sleepout 2018
Borderline have again been selected to participate in London CEO Sleepout at Lord’s Cricket Ground on 28 October. Last year,…
Tom was born in Kilmarnock and came down to live in Hackney from the age of nine. He lived with…
Burns Night concert reaps benefits for Borderline
Burns Night was celebrated in style at the Scots in the City concert at the Other Palace Theatre in London.
Lorraine Kelly “Helping homeless Scots”
TV host Lorraine Kelly has made this video supporting Borderline’s work in the London Scottish homeless community. https://vimeo.com/247809906…
Christmas Carol Service
(photo Shona Fleming, Daniel Harman and Reverend Philip Majcher) Crown Court Church of Scotland in Covent Garden held this year’s…
St Andrew’s Day concert raises funds and fun
The first ever Scots in the City concert, held on 30 November at Upstairs at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End, raised nearly £200 for Borderline, to help homeless Scots in London.
Scotland Office Minister visits Borderline
Lord Ian Duncan, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Scotland Office, visited the offices of Borderline today to find out more about the vital work we do in the London Scots community.
Freedom Pass address review
From this week letters are being sent to Freedom Pass holders who our records indicate may have moved home. Letters will be sent to a person’s new address, if known, and to the address listed on the Freedom Pass database.
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