Huttonian takes the liberty of quoting from a fellow blogger-the Paper Shop Blog(http://www.hunnymonster.org.uk/)-in his weekly survey of the Berwickshire
(Last Thursdays is not yet on line) He also displays the same images he kindly sent me and are a post or three below in this one. Hutton Hall opened See Musings from the Merse for colour pictures - if you think my scans are bad, it's hard to make good scans from bad originals) after several years of hard work by the community to raise the necessary cash. Since the initial survey it's taken 8 years to come to fruition but finally it is open. Those bloggees living in sprawling metropolises like Duns and Kelso might not think of such a hall as important - in a village like Hutton where the school recently closed, the pub closed some time ago, a bus runs 3 or 4 times a day to Berwick at inconvenient times - this is a real focal point for the community. Well done to the people of Hutton & district for sticking at it. Pictures taken from the Berwickshire News.
So Hutton is really back on the map with a vengeance. Bus tours from elsewhere in the Borders to see the new hall can be expected. Perhaps someone could come up with one of those information panels with all the sights of Hutton pinpointed on a map (could be quite a small one) : The Kirk,the Bus stop and notice board, The Hall (with PO of course) The Butts, The Old Manse, the New Manse, the Old Pub, the Smiddy, the Road to Hutton Mill (What a film title that might make) The Pheasantry, The Fishery, Rutherford's Yard,Hutton Hill,the play ground, the abandoned caravan near the play ground(enough sights/sites Blogg-ed
Hutton-Berwickshiree Favourite short break destination.