Made in Hawick

Discover Made in Hawick for yourself

Visiting the Scottish Borders? Make sure you visit Hawick! There’s a world of industrial tourism to discover in this historic Border manufacturing town, from famous international catwalk labels and outstanding engineering to award-winning spirits, unique artisan crafts and cutting-edge innovations.

Made in Hawick

Le 2016 – French Restaurant

Le 2016 French Restaurant in Hawick

Le 2016 French Restaurant in Hawick

We are so lucky to have many great places to eat and drink in Hawick and Le2016 is another one of the gems.

Open for over two and a half years many of their clients are returning customers. If you’re worried about the menu choice or the price – don’t be! The menu offers something unique in the town in terms of french food and it is great value – and certainly no more expensive than many other local restaurants.

So what happens when you visit? You will receive a genuine warm welcome from Adele who will be sure to make you feel welcome and attend to you and your group in a professional and humble way. Once you make your selection from the menu Chef Eric will prepare your choice of superb food which will be presented in away unique to Le2016. And as for taste – you’re in for wonderful surprise.

If you are looking for steak and a bucket of chips Le2016, probably is not for you – but if you want a real treat in terms of taste, experience and excellent value for money – then give it a try.

So, give it a go and see what you’ve been missing.

Chef Eric Desneuf

Chef Eric Desneuf

French restaurant Le 2016 was a regional finalist in the Scottish Thistle Awards’ regional rising star category.

Escape Youth Cafe

Mission: To develop and sustain a supportive service where young people can succeed.
Hawick Youth Centre, Havelock Street, Hawick
Escape Youth Cafe

Escape Youth Cafe

Open 5 nights a week, Escape is a drop-in facility for young people in Hawick and the surrounding area where we provide a safe and fun environment for young people to meet, creating opportunities and supporting development. We offer a wide variety of activities including creative media, games, music, arts, baking and cooking, interest groups, issue-based sessions, excursions and residentials. The project has been running successfully for 8 years and is not only the only voluntary youth provision in the area but also the only youth provision open on Saturday evenings for young people.
We work closely in partnership with the school and Community Learning and Development running group work programmes and activity programmes at weekends and school holidays. We also link with other youth service providers including specialist services through network and multi-agency meetings to share practice, training, avoid duplication of services and identify gaps in provision.