Hawick Callants Club: founded 1904
Hawick Callants Club
His heart is warm, his hand is free,
His love's an inspiration
For Border hill and dale, and Hawick
His centre of creation;
And fair or tyrst aye proves the best
To him wi' a bit brawl in't,
He'll fight the field though heids are peel'd
He wunna yield, the Callant
AIMS OF THE CLUB
Formed in 1904, the aims of the society are:
The history of the club, and an explanation of our aims can be found in this section...
COMMON RIDING: FULL GUIDE
Report on 2013 dinner now up
The annual dinner, with main speaker Donald McLeod, was held on Friday 1st March 2013.
We are working on several ideas regarding the 500th anniversary of Hornshole, but if you have an idea of your own then please contact the Secretary using our online form.
Charlie Oliver: 2013 President
OOR AIN AULD TOON
In this article you can read a brief history of Hawick and its colourful past.
Written by renowned local author Ian Landles, the article describes in a nutshell what is special about the town of Hawick.
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