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BIGGAR ARTS AND CRAFTS NETWORK
Biggar Arts and Crafts Network was established in June 2016 for those interested in Arts and Crafts who live close to Biggar wishing to develop a network for arts and crafts people in the area.
Contact Administrator: Glyn Booton
BIGGAR ACCORDIAN AND FIDDLE CLUB
The club, which is a member of The National Association of Accordion and Fiddle Clubs, extends special encouragement for young players and listeners to attend.
Club meetings are held at Biggar Bowling Club at 2:00pm on Sundays.
During COVID the club is meeting online.
Contact: Alan Gardiner, Cocklaw Farm, ML12 6RD
Tel: 01899 220473
BIGGAR THEATRE WORKSHOP
If you interested in being on stage, or behind the scenes? BTW is always on the look out for new actors and singers or people interested in any of the back stage roles. Check the website for audition and crew calls.
Contact: Carole Davidson,01864 504278
BIGGAR LITTLE FESTIVAL
A family-friendly festival in Biggar - a small town at large! Join us to celebrate music, dance, arts and crafts, literature, and drama over 10 days in October every year.
Contact: Jim Softley Tel: 01899 220813
BIGGAR WRITERS GROUP
A friendly group of adult writers who meet fortnightly, on a Tuesday, in the Biggar area. Writing styles range from short stories, poetry, flash fiction and non fiction to graphic novels.
COOL CATS VINYL CLUB
Tea, coffee and chat maybe a biscuit or home baking, while listening to some cool music.
Contact: Rikki Duncan
HEARTS AND VOICES COMMUNITY CHOIR
Singing together in a group can improve physical, mental, emotional and social wellbeing...and it's also great fun!
Everyone is welcome - no experience is needed.
Legion Hall Fridays at 2pm.
Meeting online during COVID
Phone: 07941 704260
BIGGAR AND DISTRICT EMBROIDERS GUILD
The embroiders guild welcomes anybody who enjoys hand embroidery, machine embroidery, textile crafts and textile art. The guild provides the opportunity and encouragement to learn new embroidery and textile skills from simple beginnings to the more advanced techniques. Textile workshops and talks are delivered by professionals and experienced amateurs who aim to inspire. Meetings are an enjoyable, social occasion in which new attenders are always made welcome.
Meetings: 3rd Monday of the month, currently by Zoom. for further Information contact the secretary.
Contact: secretary: Elisabeth
BIGGAR ROYAL BRITISH LEGION PIPE BAND
Biggar RBL Pipeband practice on a Wednesday evening from 6.30 pm - 8.30pm in the Legion Hall, South Back Road, Biggar. They are always on the lookout for new players / learners. If you want to learn then feel free to come along.
email: Alison Somerville firstname.lastname@example.org
BIGGAR SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB
Biggar Scottish Country Dance Club meet from September to April at 7.30 on Wednesday evenings in the Masonic Hall in the High Street. They have a fully qualified teacher, and beginners - the first night is always free! Wear comfortable clothing and soft trainers.
email: Senga Simpson email@example.com