The Blog: What’s on locally?

Kirkcudbright Town Arts & Crafts Trail.

Enjoy a lovely time perusing around the town and following the arts and crafts trail this weekend.  There is always lots to see and do here in Kirkcudbright and the surrounding areas and if the weather is nice why not pop to the Cream o Galloway for an ice cream, go boing, or a peaceful

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Kirkcudbright Summer Festivities.

Another great Scottish night enjoyed by all in the Harbour Square in beautiful Kirkcudbright.  Highland dancers, pipe bands, bagpipes, country dancing, raffle tickets and the great tug 0 war. Don’t miss the Thursday night entertainment throughout August ending with the Tattoo.

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Grand parade day.

We are so lucky here in Kirkcudbright with our summer festivities team, that is the grand parade organised and sure to be brilliant – see you there………

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Arts & Crafts Trail.

Here is the date for the diary, Kirkcudbright Arts & Craft trail, a wonderful, enlightening experience for the family, follow the trail and enjoy some fin filled days out.

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Fun at the Fair!

Our annual Kirkcudbright Country fair has taken place with lots to see and do for all the family.  Entertainment, local food and produce, games, climbing walls, crafts and art………to name just a few.  Plan your holiday in Kirkcudbright for next July and be sure you are in for a treat!

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Galloway Children’s Festival 25th June 2017.

What a great way to spend a family fun day out at the Galloway Childrens festival in Kirkcudbright.  There is lots to see and do including, music, storytelling, puppets, theatre, workshops, drumming, face painting, stalls, games, giant bouncy play area.  11am till 4pm. Its the 16th annual festival with a special guest best selling author

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Water lillies on the pond.

Another photograph from the photogenic Threave Gardens in Castle Douglas. The peaceful pond with its water lillies just sitting!

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Threave Gardens, Castle Douglas.

We had a family day out to visit Threave Gardens at the weekend.  It was a lovely experience with many beautiful plants, shrubs, and garden areas to explore, while the sun shone.  A locally made ice cream was a must, as was a tour around the visitors shop, small plant centre and of course the

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Sandy beaches around Kirkcudbright.

Why not explore all the local sandy beaches around Kirkcudbright (not our muddy Ross Bay)?  There is Sandgreen, Carrick, Mossyard, Brighouse Bay, Dhoon Bay, and lots more.  Our dogs certainly enjoy lying in the sunshine on the warm soft sand, would yours?

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Side by side.

Some of the beautiful fishing boats just sitting together in the Kirkcudbright Harbour waiting to set sail.

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