Yes Berwickshire comprises a mix of people with different lives and experiences with a variety of talents, welcoming, quirky, good fun, empathetic, caring, enthusiastic, ambitious for Scotland and for the lives of their children and grandchildren.Their desire to bring about an independent Scotland is the focus of their campaigning.
The publication of a quirky wee recipe book, titled Stir it up, comes from wanting to show that the Yes movement is not anti-English, or anti-anyone. It welcomes members wherever they come from, believing it’s not where they were born that matters, it’s their belief that Scotland would fare better as an independent country that matters.
Although Scots tend to shun change and have become risk averse, Scotland is in fact on an endless but exciting cultural journey in which change can be innovative, refreshing and exciting. And people in Scotland can grab that change, whether a new food or independence, and fashion it to what best suits Scotland as a country.