Join specialists Michael Ansell and Ted Cowan as they uncover the historical influences that gave us the Wigtownshire place names we know of today. Who or what inhabited the land before we made our mark and reminisce on some of the memorable Wigtownshire characters who made their mark on Scotland and abroad.
Join us as we travel through time with Dumfries & Galloway Archaeologist Andrew Nicholson. Andrew will explore the wider archaeology around Kirkcowan, historical events and industries; including the woolen mills.
Barr has been busy organising their annual Barr Trails Day, which will take place on Sunday 19th May and have kindly invited those from other communities within the 3 landscape areas to help them celebrate this fantastic day.
Handmade Christmas Gifts
Decorations & Wreaths, Sweet Treats & Cookies, Knitted & Textiles and more…
Refreshments on sale in the Supper Room
Crafters Wanted £5 a table, plus raffle prize. November 24th 11am – 3pm To book a table contact: Mary Harkness on 01671 830 535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mossyard Farm Pottery & Kirkcowan Village Hall Cordially invite you to a Pottery Evening on 26th October in the Village Hall 7pm for 7:30 Ticket price includes a painting demonstration, an item of pottery for you to decorate, a glass…
You helped us raise £571.63 at the Macmillan Cancer Support World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Together we’ve helped more Macmillan nurses to give medical, practical and emotional support to more people living with cancer. Thank you so much for baking a…
In the Village Hall from 10 -12 on Saturday 15th September Every penny raised helps us make a difference to people affected by cancer. Can we make this year our biggest year? Of course we can!
Some photos from the Flower Show -hope you all agree it was a great success! Thanks to Hazel Johnston and the rest of our wonderful team of volunteers without which the show couldn’t happen.
The 3 community councils of Glenluce, New Luce & Kirkcowan met this year on home ground for the annual Turbine Trophy.