Welcome to the Hawick Archaeological Society
In 2006 Hawick Archaeological Society celebrated its 150th anniversary continuing a long and distinguished history. It has done much to keep alive and foster an interest in the antiquities of the Borders and to preserve and hand down everything that is of great value regarding the customs of the people as well as the history of many of the more notable characters and inhabitants of the town and district.
The next lecture will be held on Tuesday 7th October at 7.30 p.m. in Hawick Town Hall
125 Years and Still Running - The Story of the Teviotdale Harriers.
An illustrated lecture by Jake Coltman and Team Teviotdale assisted By Susan Rennie, Borders College.
Hawick Archaeological Society and Bonchester Care Centre present an afternoon to commemorate George Tancred of Weens - Author of "Rulewater and its People"
To be held at Weens House, Bonchester on Sunday 19th October. 2pm to 4pm. Opening by Iain H Scott, recitals by Henry Douglas, Howahill and Timmy Douglas, Ashtrees, with viewing of exhibits and archive items in the drawing room, teas and scones in the library. Donations at the door in aid of the Bonchester Care Centre Residents Fund.
View Airchie Oliver’s a hunder an’ a half presentation.
Hawick Archaeological Society is a charity registered in Scotland. No. SC016405