You are invited to an open meeting to discover the PLACE* in your landscape
The PLACE project aims to encourage communities to celebrate the cultural and natural assets of their landscape.
7 till 9 pm in the Kirkcowan Village Hall – Supper Room.
Why not bring something that represents what’s special about your PLACE.
*Place = People – Land – Art – Culture – Environment
PLACE in the Biosphere will be run across three contrasting landscapes within the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere: the Borgue Peninsula; the Wigtownshire Moors; and the Stinchar Valley. They cover two local authority areas and were selected due to their distinctive landscape character and the desire of local communities to engage more with their local natural and cultural heritage. Through working with artists, writers, geologist, historian, wildlife guides etc. the Biosphere team hope the project will uncover some of the hidden gems of the Biosphere and their intrinsic links with the landscape that make our region so special.
The Galloway and Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere covers 5268 sq/km of SW Scotland. It was designated in July 2012 when it was recognised internationally as a world class environment for people and nature. The designation is recognition of the fantastic array of landscapes, wildlife, cultural heritage and learning opportunities that SW Scotland offers for communities, businesses and visitors to experience and celebrate in a sustainable way.
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ph: 07741 660 0388 / 07741 660 0387