Johnston School Prior to Building Works

Johnston School £2.6m Building Works Underway!

Building works are now underway to redevelop Johnston School in Kirkcudbright into a Dark Skies Visitor Centre and Planetarium, a permanent venue for Kirkcudbright Youth Project, a store and workshop for Kirkcudbright Summer Festivities, offices for Kirkcudbright Development Trust, a casual meeting space, a Gin Distillery and Visitor Centre, a Pottery Business and a...

Mossburn Community Farm

Mossburn Community Farm Site Visit

Two staff members from Creetown Initiative were invited to visit Mossburn Community Farm, its Directors, Volunteers and Staff, to ascertain whether Creetown Initiative can provide support that will assist the organisation’s long-term future.  Located just south of Lochmaben, east of Dumfries, Mossburn Community Farm was set up in 1990, initially providing help for misused,...

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Community Action Plan for East Dumfriesshire

Creetown Initiative is delighted to have secured the contract to deliver a Community Action Plan for a number of communities across East Dumfriesshire. Dumfriesshire East Community Benefit Group is comprised of 5 local groups in East Dumfriesshire, which came together to form a SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation) in order to receive and distribute...

Ferry Friends – Official Launch!

Creetown Initiative’s Ferry Friends is delighted to announce the official launch of our new project for the older generation of Creetown and surrounding area. We will be holding a Coffee Morning on Tuesday 20th November 2018 in the Waverley Hall, Creetown, 11am – 1pm. This event is open to older people, those who work...

Shambellie House Trust

Creetown Initiative is working with Shambellie House Trust to carryout and submit a Heritage Lottery Fund Stage 1 grant application. The application is for the redevelopment of Shambellie House into a venue for high quality day and residential courses. Shambellie House is located in New Abbey and was designed by renowned Scottish architect David...

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