Creative Places

In January 2012, we were awarded a Creative Scotland Creative Places Special Award to develop arts projects in the village, as part of the Creative Scotland’s aim to celebrate the value of creativity to the social and economic wellbeing of smaller communities across Scotland. This award was match funded by LEADER and enabled us...

Creetown KGV Park Regeneration

In 2010, Kirkmabreck Community Council invited Creetown Initiative to undertake a community consultation to decide what regeneration work the community would like to have done in Creetown’s King George V Playing Field. Community Consultation Every household in the parish was contacted to ask for their views, community groups were approached, an open day was...

Reuse Matters Creetown

Reuse Matters

Recycling is an excellent way of saving energy and conserving the environment. Creetown’s “Reuse Matters” project existed to responsibly collect and divert waste from landfill, while promoting the concept of zero waste. The mission was to offer upcycled alternatives to traditional fashion and home goods as a way to reduce landfill waste. Benefits of...

creetown produce market

Creetown Produce Market

Creetown Produce Market showcased the finest local food, produce and crafts from across Dumfries and Galloway. The market was held in Adamson Square on the 2nd Sunday of the month between April and September for four years. A festive Christmas Fair still takes place on the 2nd Sunday of December inside the Gem Rock Museum. The local produce...

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