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The nights are drawing in!!

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We have now ended the weekly Summer Sunday Teas and Coffees.  On Sunday 4 September 2016 we commence on our Autumn/Winter Schedule. 

Sunday Teas, Coffees, Home Baking from 
10.00 am to 12.00 noon 

-   Village Hall, Crocketford    

 

THE FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY   MONTHY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - WHEN WE WILL REVERT TO OUR WEEKLY SUMMER SCHEDULE.

 

Come along and catch up with others in the commmunity for a chat and perhaps meet tourists passing through the village.

 

A good opportunity to get to know folks, swap ideas and chat about developments/proposed develepments locally.

 

 

2014 Village Calendar Cover

‘The Tractor’ by Eric Brant is the front page of the ‘Day of the Region’ 2014 Calendar. 


The winners of the photo competition were - 1st equal - Meg Fulton (Sheep Alert) and Flycatcher by Joyce Kitching. Alex Small won the children's photo with Ice Age. 


Pictured right are two of the entries to give you a taster of the continuing high quality of images produced by our local snappers: 


Calendar front cover picture The Tractor by Eric Brant.


Sunrise by Christine Brant.

Crockeford calendar front cover image
Sunset over Crocketford

Radio Scotland record programme on Elspeth Buchan at Newhouse

A BBC Radio Scotland production team were at Newhouse in November to record part of a programme about Elspeth Buchan called "Women with a Past." 


Pictured from left to right: producer Louise Yeoman, Hamish MacDonald playwright and author of "The Heretics Tale", a play about Elspeth Buchan, Presenter Susan Morrison, comedian and organiser of the History Festival, and archaeologists David and Maggie Connolly. 


Maggie seems a bit camera shy....she can just be seen ducking behind Susan!

Explore your community

Why not try your hand at Geocaching just follow the link below by clicking on the Geocaching Logo.  


This cache has been placed to encourage users to explore communities participating in the Day of the Region project. 


The aim of this project is to encourage us to explore our community through the various groups and organisations but also through its heritage, landscape and places of interest!


 This cache is sited a few miles from Crocketford on the banks of the Glenkiln resevoir. It is placed at one of the 6 Glenkiln Sculptures.

BBC Scotland at Newhouse, Crocketford

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