This workshop has an emphasis on having fun while making little books. Made out of upcycled leather or vegan pleather and a collection of buttons and beads you will get to learn some of the basics of bookbinding while starting your very own stash of handmade books.Ideal for stocking fillers, little gifts or to keep for yourself, these little pocket books are a great way of using up your own oddments of paper and once you know how to make these, you will never be short of a notebook again!All materials provided.No experience required.Suitable for 16+ Max 12 people.
Newtongrange Silver Band are delighted to be back in Biggar presenting a varied programme of brass band music at this year’s Biggar Little Festival.As recent holders of Scotland’s Championship Band of the Year, the band look forward to surprising you with their huge range of tone, colour and the virtuosity of their soloists.Suitable for age 7+Suggested donation £10...
Come along to an evening of new poems, short stories and more from local writers Trish Reith, Thelma Good, Neil Paynter and Lindsay Macgregor. In between our short readings there will be prizes...so join us and sit back and listen to our words, words, words from Biggar and beyond.Suitable for 18+
We’re delighted once again, to offer this popular annual event (arranged by Biggar High School and sponsored by Biggar Rotary Club). It is a unique and enjoyable opportunity to hear and see some of our talented young people performing for us. Suitable for age 10+.