The PLACE Project invites you to a FREE event that explores the natural diversity of historic New Luce Curling pond and surrounding area.
New Luce – Each of these 9 communities belong to a landscape area, which were carefully selected due to their distinctive and unique landscape character and the desire of local communities to engage more with their natural heritage.
The PLACE Project invites you to a FREE event that explores Galloway deserted farmsteads and the tales behind them.
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.
PLACE In the Biosphere Newsletter, first edition. This will give you an insight into the PLACE Project and what we have achieved within our communities so far.