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There is wide range of businesses in the Temple area, many of which are local people working from home. This page provides a list of the businesses in the area with a link to their website or web page. If you would like to add your business to this list , please get in touch.

Ginny Cochran runs Shades of Tweed from Temple Farm making bespoke Tweed Lampshades. All shades are made of British Tweed and some are Harris Tweed. Shades of Tweed regularly appears at craft fairs and is approved by 3D2D Craft Fair organisers.
Jane's Art
Jane Christian Binks runs Tapestry Weaving Workshops, and other Art related courses from time to time in her attic studio. The Workshops are suitable for beginners and the more experienced. You can view full details of the Workshops and classes here.
chocolateandmeringue Kerry Bell runs a local business "chocolateandmeringue" specialising in chocolate or meringue based desserts. Chocolate Christmas cakes cost £20 each for a 7.5" cake, and contain fruit. Kerry can be contacted for a full price list on 01875 830752 or
Lothian & Borders Bowen After experiencing chronic back pain herself for many years, Mary Macfarlane received Bowen Therapy and found effective relief from pain. She went on to become a student learning the Bowen Technique and is passionate about the fact that this therapy can be used to treat the whole person and bring about lasting changes. Living in the Midlothian countryside near the boundary of the Scottish Borders, Mary is now able to offer appointments at clinics in Galashiels, Gorebridge and Edinburgh.
Temple Records 25 years of Scottish Traditional and Irish Music: Songs, harp, bagpipe and fiddle music from Scots and Irish musicians including the Battlefield Band, Alison Kinnaird, Christine Primrose, John McCusker, Robin Morton, Pat Kilbride and many more.
Alison Kinnaird MBE
Harp Player & Glass Engraver
Alison Kinnaird lives in Temple and divides her time between her two careers as a glass engraver and a professional Scottish harp player, she was recognised for her contribution to artistic and musical spheres in 1997 when awarded an MBE, and has continued to collect awards and accolades - most recently the Creative Scotland award in 2002.
Coline Hyslop lives near Temple and runs both photos2go and the blackcat company.
photoso2go specialises in the production of Photo Montage DVDs, Video-DVD transfer and Web Design.
the blackcat company services the small business community by providing PC Consulting, Support and Web Design.

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