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Reflections o’ Hawick

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A book on Hawick compiled and edited by Ian W, Landles and Alan G, Brydon in which local folk contribute chapters across a wide spectrum of subject areas.

This collective Reflections o' Hawick with over 500 photographs gives a flavour of Hawick's history, heritage, surroundings and community including chapters on Geology, Stones, The Reivers, 1514, Castles and keeps, Wildlife, Architecture, William Beattie, Place Names, The Parish of Wilton, Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick Museum, Common Riding, Woolen Trade, Railway, Postal History , Law and Order, Politics, Education, Medical , Services, Floods, Boer War, First World War , Stobs Camp, Second World War , Church, Freemasonry, Characters and Worthies, The Hawick Tongue, Music , Art, Sir Chay Blyth, Rugby, Cricket, Golf, Motor Racing, Hizzy, Football, Flapping, Cycling, Teviotdale Harriers, Professional Running, Bowling, Archery, Vision 2014, and Notable Dates. 

This is Hawick, as interpreted by its people, the town's greatest asset.

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A book on Hawick compiled and edited by Ian W, Landles and Alan G, Brydon in which local folk contribute chapters across a wide spectrum of subject areas.

This collective Reflections o' Hawick with over 500 photographs gives a flavour of Hawick's history, heritage, surroundings and community including chapters on Geology, Stones, The Reivers, 1514, Castles and keeps, Wildlife, Architecture, William Beattie, Place Names, The Parish of Wilton, Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick Museum, Common Riding, Woolen Trade, Railway, Postal History , Law and Order, Politics, Education, Medical , Services, Floods, Boer War, First World War , Stobs Camp, Second World War , Church, Freemasonry, Characters and Worthies, The Hawick Tongue, Music , Art, Sir Chay Blyth, Rugby, Cricket, Golf, Motor Racing, Hizzy, Football, Flapping, Cycling, Teviotdale Harriers, Professional Running, Bowling, Archery, Vision 2014, and Notable Dates. 

This is Hawick, as interpreted by its people, the town's greatest asset.

Paperback, 616 pages569 photographs mostly in color