Sit down and relax for an open-air storytelling session, or head out on a fascinating guided walk, both with Spindrift Stories.
Here, in the beautiful countryside at Heatherslaw, you can enjoy hearing Borders myths and legends featuring kings, queens, tricksters, dragons and fairies.
Tales of Old Heatherslaw storytelling sessions take place in the open-air and last for one hour. Stories are family friendly, but are not designed specifically for children and may not be suitable for the very young. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Tales of Old Heatherslaw is situated in Heatherslaw, just half a mile away from Heatherslaw Corn Mill. Use the car parks at Heatherslaw then enjoy a pleasant stroll along a country lane, following the lane up away from the mill. Tales of Old Heatherslaw is on your left. If you have any specific queries please email.
In 2023 storytelling sessions will take place every Sunday, Monday and Tuesday,15:00-16:00, from the beginning of April to the end of September.
Sessions must be booked in advance via Tales of Old Heatherslaw
Adult tickets £6
Concessions (over 65s and students aged 16 0r over): £5
Child under 16: £3.50
Family (admits 5, up to 2 adults and any dependant children) £18
Becca from Spindrift also leads guided walks around the area where you can learn about the history and heritage of this working landscape.
Walks take place on Wednesdays at 14:00 and Sundays at 10:00, subject to the weather, and must be booked in advance. Lengths and routes vary, please click on the Spindrift Stories booking link here to find out more information about individual walks on each day.
Numbers for each walk are limited to eight people.
These walks are not suitable for young children, the information content is aimed at adults and the distance may be challenging for little legs.
Sessions must be booked in advance via Spindrift Stories
Adult tickets £15
Concessions (over 65s and students aged 16 0r over): £12
Child over 12: £6
Private group up to eight people, including children: £100