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Kelso Civic Week 2003, Scotland
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Kelso Civic Week Programme 2003 - At a Glance

Kelso Civic Week at a Glance

Saturday 12th July

Five-a-side Football at Woodside Park at 1pm
Clay Pigeon Shoot at Roxburghe Shooting School at 1pm

Sunday 13th July
Family Day at Poynder Park from 1pm to 4pm
Sponsored Bike Race leaves from Border Union Showground entrance. Registration at Abbey Row centre before 12 noon
Open quoiting competition at Cobby at 1.30pm
Laying of Wreath at War Memorial at 6pm followed by
United Church Service in St Andrews Church

Monday 14th July

Children’s Pet Show opened at 2pm by the Kelso Laddie in the Tait Hall
Art Exhibition opens at 3pm in Bowmont Hall (Drill Hall)
Ride to Roxburgh, Heiton and Springwood leaves The Knowes at 5.30pm
Gymkhana Show Jumping at Springwood at 7pm Approx.
Dance at Heiton commencing at 10pm

Tuesday 15th July

Art Exhibition in Bowmont Hall
Active Primaries 'Come and Try' Sports,for P1-P7 pupils, at Kelso High School 1pm to 3pm
Ride to Stichill, Hume and Ednam leaving from Springwood at 4pm
Final of men’s and women’s darts competitions in the Royal British Legion at 8pm
Riders Social at Royal British Legion - 10.30pm till Late

Wednesday 16th July

Children’s sports in Poynder Park at 1.30pm
Baby Show at Kelso Rugby Club at 2pm prompt
Installation of the Kelso Laddie and Colour Bussing in The Square at 7pm
Torchlight procession leaves Mayfield at 11pm (torches on sale in The Knowes from 10.30pm)
Fireworks Display at The Cobby starting at 11.15pm
Art Exhibition in Bowmont Hall

Thursday 17th July

Children’s Fancy Dress in the Tait Hall 1.30pm – 4pm
Ride to Floors Castle leaving The Knowes at 4.30pm. Judging of the Horses.
Cycle Fun Run to Floors Castle leaving The Knowes at 4.30pm
Grand Civic Week Ball in Shedden Park from 8.30pm – 4.30am
Final of Pool Competition in Red Lion at 8pm
Art Exhibition in Bowmont Hall

Friday 18th July

Grand Swimming Gala, Kelso Swimming Pool at 1.30pm
Whipman’s Ride leaving The Knowes at 5.40pm followed by Kids Sing Song and Scramble in the Square
Horse Racing (Friarshaugh) at 7.15pm
Art Exhibition in Bowmont Hall

Saturday 19th July

Kelso Laddie and his supporters will leave The Square at 8.30am to carry out the official ride to Yetholm, returning to The Square at 4.30pm
Entertainment in Kelso Square
Fancy Dress Procession leaves Tait Hall at 6.30pm
Presentation of cups and return of Kelso Standard at conclusion of the procession in The Square
Art Exhibition in Bowmont Hall
Street Entertainment in The Square after cup presentation until midnight

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Date: 30/06/2003

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