Creetown Adamson Square

Adamson Square, Creetown

In an exciting remodelling exercise, internationally renowned sculptor Hideo Furuta was commissioned to work with Solway Heritage’s Landscape Architect, Nic Coombey, to develop our Town Square in 2005. Creetown Initiative worked with Hideo and the community to develop a design which reflected the culture and history of the village through the eyes of the...

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...

Barholm Accommodation

In 2011 the Barholm Arms (or ‘The Ponda’ as it was locally known) closed permanently. After a few years the condition of the building deteriorated and became an eyesore on Creetown’s main street. Creetown Initiative purchased the building and secured Β£890,000 from the National Lottery to redevelop it into an Enterprise Centre. The aim...

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...

Design Work for Ballantrae

Creetown Initiative has created some design work for Ballantrae Trust, to promote their youth Easter programme of activities and events. Ballantrae Trust, in association with Adventure Carrick, Girvan Community Sport Hub, Ayrshire Rural Touring Network and Elizabeth Tindal Freelance Ranger, is co-ordinating and promoting an exciting programme of events for young people aged 3...

TGB Gatehouse

TGB Gatehouse is a church based organisation in Gatehouse of Fleet, which provides activity groups, including the arts, for primary aged children. The group now proposes to extend the scope of their activities and promote social justice through volunteering and intergenerational contacts and have engaged the services of Creetown Initiative. We are delighted to...

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