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Andrew Hepburne Scott, Lord Polwarth – Patron of The Trimontium Trust

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Andrew Hepburne Scott, Lord Polwarth – Patron of The Trimontium Trust
Apr 13th 2021 | Rob Longworth

In his own words – “Born in the post-war baby boom within earshot of Hawick, I conjugated my first Latin verbs in the shadow of Traprain Law, before adding more modern languages to my repertoire.  These took me to North and South America, and to Europe, in the course of a banking career with Baring Brothers, before returning to the Borders and the traditions of my reiving ancestors.

I believe the ongoing work of the Trimontium Trust, and its new museum, will establish the importance of the Borders in the context of Roman Britain, attracting interest, and visitors, both nationally and from beyond our shores.”

Man with white hair wearing a green flat cap and green jacket with blue shirt.
Lord Polwarth – Patron of The Trimontium Trust
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