Why not become a member today? You can join online or by post. Benefits include:
Regular newsletters with the latest information
Opportunities to participate in CBR events and activities
Invitation to our AGMs with guest speakers
Annual Membership (newsletter by email): £10.00
Annual Membership (newsletter by post*): £15.00
Life Membership (newsletter by email): £150.00
Life Membership (newsletter by post*): £225.00
*UK only. Overseas postal rates are £20 annual and £300 life.
Terms and conditions: By applying to become a member of the Campaign you agree to support its aims, abide by the Campaign’s Constitution and to uphold its good name. Membership rates are subject to annual review.
Alternatively you can post or email your completed membership form (Download Form Here) to our Membership Secretary – see address details on the ‘Contact Us’ page. Payment can be sent EITHER by cheque payable to ‘Campaign for Borders Rail’, OR make a bank transfer to : sort code 80-17-91, account no. 00119607 (giving your initials and surname as the reference).
Make a Donation
Donations are always welcome to help expand the range of our campaigning activities.
By Post: Please send a cheque made payable to ‘Campaign For Borders Rail’ together with your contact details to Campaign for Borders Rail at Future Hawick, 2 Kirkwynd, Hawick TD9 0AL
Other Ways to Get Involved
You can play a bigger role in shaping the future of the Campaign by joining the committee. We need more members to come forward. You can either stand for election, stand for any vacant office, or seek to join the committee without a specific office. The demands are as much or as little as you want. The Campaign is entirely voluntary, but all our work is taken seriously, both by CBR, and by all the organisations we deal with, from Network Rail and Transport Scotland to local and national government. We also need volunteers to staff our stall at various promotional events throughout the year. If you think you might be able to help in any capacity please get in touch to find out more.
Credits and Thanks
Photographs used to illustrate this website have been obtained from numerous sources and we are grateful to all those who have given permission for their material to be used.
Sources include: Bruce McCartney, Robert Drysdale, Alwyn Johnston, Allan McLean, Nick Bethune, Norman Turnbull, John Furneval, Network Rail, Visit Scotland/Airborne Lens, Andrew Cawley/DC Thomson Ltd, Walter Baxter/Geograph.
Special thanks to Mark and Kellyanne Field of Borders Aerial Photography who went out of their way to furnish us with stunning images of Shankend and Hassendean.
We are very grateful to the many members who provided financial support – we couldn’t have done it without you.
Website production by Nick Bethune. Website design by Simon Shaw of The Drawing Room, supported by David Oxley.