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This page: updated 3rd December 2022

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Please find below information and links to web sites for community sites created for and by the people of Dumfries and Galloway in south west Scotland ...

Burns Howff Club
Information on the club and Burns related events.

Caerlaverock Community News
News from Caerlaverock Community Council and other community groups in the area.

Corsock Village Hall
Available to book for parties, wedding receptions and events. Hire the whole hall or just the conference room depending on your needs.

Dalbeattie Matters
Community website for people in and around Dalbeattie

D&G Over 25's Social Group
Are you over 25, live in Dumfries and Galloway and want to make new friends? Then join us! Free membership and on-line events calendar.  See web site for more details :)

Dumfries Get Together
Ladies Community Group

Dumfries U3A
U3A (University of the Third Age) is a UK movement of retired and semi-retired people who come together to continue their educational social and creative interests in a friendly and informal environment. Their watchwords are Learn, Laugh and Live.

Johnstonebridge Centre
The new Johnstonebridge Centre is more than a village hall, it's a 'Hub', a focal point for every activity and every member of the Community regardless of age. The facilities include a function/sports hall, a meeting/dining room, a multi-purpose room for the Youth Club, a Shop and Post Office*. Toilets with a shower facility.

Newton Stewart
This site provides information about Newton Stewart Museum

Queens of the South Supporters Trust
Strengthening the bonds between Queen of the South Football Club and the local Community.

Solway Firth Partnership
Environmental charity promoting sustainable development of the Solway Firth.

Upper Eskdale Development Group
All about the activities in Scotland's first Licensed Cafe Bistro and Community Hub owned and run by the community

Woodpeckers Woodcarving Group
Group who practice various forms of woodworking, such as carving and pyrography and meet in Creetown.

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