There are 12 tracks of songs and poetry on this Callant Clubs CD: a fascinating journey through local literature. The list of tracks is:
As part of the Club's Centenary celebrations in 2004 a book was published to illustrate various aspects of Hawick over the past century. It is a fresh and fascinating volume, dealing as it does with events and personalities which many people today can remember personally - or with which they will be familiar with at second-hand from their parents and others. A handsome hardback with a wealth of photographs, Hawick in the 20th Century covers:
· The Founding of Hawick Callants Club
· Stobs Camp, Hawick
· Art and Literature
· The Common-Riding
· Hawick and its Wars
· Sporting Heroes
· Hawick Industry
· Highlights of Hawick Callants Club's history
A small paperback size book with 98 pages
The latest reprint (2009) of this most sought after book which contains words and lyrics to Hawick songs and poetry.
Hawick in song and poetry includes songs of the Common Riding, songs in praise of Hawick, songs of local personalities, songs of the Borderland and poems of the Borderland.
The new guitar music book from Hawick Callants Club is available from Dorwards and ILF Imaging, comprising of all the standards and all the favourites.
The Callants Club CD of 12 local songs. £5.00 + £1.00 postage
A book illustrating various aspects of Hawick over the last century. £7.50 + £2.50 postage
The complete collection (words and music; 109 pages). Presently out of stock - please contact Hon Treasurer for further information
Word and lyrics to Hawick songs and poetry (98 pages). £5.00 + £1.00 postage
All the standards and all the favourites. £15.00
Send a cheque / payment to the Hon Treasurer:
Cheques should be made payable to "Hawick Callants Club".
Please remember to include your address along with payment.
But through it a' betide what may
I'll cherish aye the same
The far off Hawick o' Callant days
My long lost Scottish hame.
My hung'ring heart will constant yearn
For scenes that hain the past
The Borderland, the Borderland,
My first love and my last.
J. E. D. Murray