The Linen Bank, Dumfries

The Linen Bank, Dumfries

A former bank, and originally a restaurant, located on Queensbury Street in Dumfries town centre, is the subject of the newest contract for Creetown Initiative. A Unique Creative Community Space The Linen Bank is a 5 storey B-Listed building, latterly owned by Dumfries and Galloway Council Housing Services and has been identified by not-for-profit...

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Covid-19 and Creetown Initiative

Akin to all charities and third sector organisations, the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, government restrictions and social distancing have all had an impact on Creetown Initiative and it’s operations. However our office consultancy staff have adapted and have all been working from home. Thankfully we did not have to furlough any of our...

End of Great 2 Years Working in Barrhill

After 2 years, Creetown Initiative’s contract working with Barrhill Community Interest Company and Barrhill Development Trust has come to an end. We have had a fantastic couple of years working with the community of Barrhill and hope that the community are pleased with progress made. Creetown Initiative provided Project Officer support and one staff...

Vote for Ferry Friends for Funding!

Ferry Friends, our community project for over 60s in our parish, has been shortlisted as finalists in the running to receive funding from Dumfries and Galloway Council fund, “Your Community, Your Money, You Decide”. It now all comes down to a community vote to determine the winner of the funding. How to Vote You...

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