Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.

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Gentleman @ Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Gentleman @ Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Gentlemen @ Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Musicians @ Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Horse Drawn Carriage

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Costumes & Stalls

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Musician @ Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

Musicians @ Scott's Selkirk

Scott''s Selkirk was a Millennium project that proved so popular it has become an established part of the Selkirk calendar. For the first weekend in December, the whole town centre reverts to the 19th century days of Sir Walter Scott. Shopkeepers dress themselves and their windows appropriately, creating a magical Christmas atmosphere. Costumes are on hire to visitors at a nominal charge. The Court House is used to re-enact court cases which were heard by Sir Walter when he was sheriff. There are authentic Market Stalls in the town centre, and there is a variety of street entertainment.
© Allan Bell

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