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Reston is a small village of about 200 houses situated in the Eastern Borders area of Scotland; ten miles north of Berwick-upon-Tweed and 47 miles south of Edinburgh it is only a few hundred yards from the main A1 Newcastle to Edinburgh trunk road. Duns the former county town of Berwickshire is some 11 miles west.
Auchencrow is a small village in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, by the Lammermuir range of hills, and to the near by village of Reston. Auchencrow works together with Reston to create Reston & Auchencrow Community Council.
Auchencrow, a village in the Coldingham parish, Berwickshire, 2 miles WSW of Reston station, and 3 miles NNW of Chirnside.
Our website has the latest news and events for Reston, Auchencrow & neighboring Community Councils.
Check out the events page for posters and more information.
See events page for more.
See the community benefit page
Reston and Auchencrow community council in partnership with Foundation Scotland and Greencoat UK Wind, R.E.S. and S.B.C.
NEWS & EVENTS
last updated - 22/10/2020
News and Information site released for Reston & Auchencrow
SEE THE LATEST NEWS ON THE EVENTS PAGE.
Reston and Auchencrow holds its monthly meetings in Reston Village Hall every third Monday of the month at 7 PM, except August and December. Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Community council next meeting
All meetings have been cancelled until further notice.
Please see any updates and additional information on the Resilient Communities page. see update on 'Self-Isolation' stickers, Food & Financial document added. New Temporary bus timetable added.
Railway station update see page
Coronavirus is playing a big part in our lives at the moment, The Community Council has been successful in obtaining additional funding from Foundation Scotland and Greencoat UK wind.
We have created a Fund so as to assist the local residents at this time. Please see the Community Benefit Page.
Reston and Auchncrow Community Larder
The 'Community Larder has been operating for nearly a month now and has proven to be very succesful. Due to its success and both the present need and future aspirations for the communities we plan to keep it going for as long as it is supported.
We have signed up to get weekly donations through the 'Fare share' scheme. This means we will get food twice weekly from supermarkets for the larder. there will be a small cost to the community council to be a member of the scheme, but we hope that this will be worthwhile for the communities.
So please use it, it is for All.
Please feel free to donate also, either in the village hall foyer or in Reston Provisions shop, both places have donation boxes.
More information is on the Facebook page and here on the Resilient Page.
Flag Flying dates
Reston has its very own flagpole at the heart of the village.
Here we fly the flags of the four countries as well as memorable flags for commemoration as well as celebration. We also fly flags on special days, i.e. The Norfolk flag, on Norfolk day, the Jolly Roger for Reston Fete, as well as others. If you would like us to fly a flag of your choosing we will consider upon you supplying the flag.-contact us-
From end of September there will be no flags flying due to winter weather.
We will fly the Saltire 31st-1st-2nd January for New Year and again for Burns Night 24th-25th-26th January.
March we only fly Welsh flag for St. David’s day 1st-2nd-3rd...Then on 16th-17th -18th we fly the Irish flag for St Patrick's Day. In November we will fly the Saltire for St Andrew's Day, 29th,30th and 1st December.
Apart from those days no other flag fly’s until End of March, that’s when we get back to Monthly National flags flying.
April will be the union flag then on 22nd-23rd-24th April we fly St Georges English flag. Normal Flying after that.