Hello spring goodbye winter
Goodbye winter and hello to spring, its time to shake of the winter blues and start as you mean to go on. Perhaps a lovely trip to one of our luxury holiday cottages may just be in order, staying in our fabulous accommodation in the beautiful area of Kirkcudbright. We have listed just a few of the many fun and interesting things you can do while you are staying in south west Scotland, all of which we are sure will help you make many more of those ever precious memories.
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If music be the food of love
The Craft Hotel is very pleased to welcome Andy Shades Us, as their last performer of February’s Live Music on Saturdays. Andy is coming all the way from Yorkshire to play some great music for you. So why not take some time out and enjoy a night of fabulous, inspiring, energetic original music with a political bite. Music starts at pm, and entry is free. Saturday 25 Feb 2017
30 South Main Street, Wigtown, Dumfries Galloway DG8 9HG
Big kid circus
Big Kid Circus returns with a new show for 2017, presenting a dazzling array of fun, artistry and acrobats to dazzle and amaze you. New to the show this year is the Clown Olena, who will join Ring Master Laszlo and the Singer Olympia. From Cuba watch Revolution Troup, with their amazing acrobatic skills, while from Bulgaria Kremena will enchant you with her contortion dexterity, and the Moroccan Acrobats and the wheel of death, while Lera and Cristina present an exquisite double aerial star routine. All this and many more exciting acts make Big Kid Circus the perfect family show for all ages. The first show commences on theWednesday 15th
The box office is open on site between 10 am & 8 pm from Wednesday 15th February or ring the box office on 07766552211.
Opposite Dunmail Park, Workington, Cumbria CA14 1NQ Wednesday 15 Mar 2017 – Sunday 19th March 2017. Contact telephone: 07766552211Call to check latest times or cancellations.
Charity garden open day at Barjarg tower
Barjarg Tower lies on a gentle slope enjoying the lovely views of the surrounding Lowther hills. The original Tower House dates back to the late 16th century but has had various cleverly designed additions over the years. The gardens have undergone considerable development since they were last opened to the public, though the carpets of snowdrops in the surrounding woods remain a tribute to the care of earlier generations. Directions: Situated on the C125 half way between Auldgirth and Penpont. Driving from Auldgirth, the stone, arched entrance is on the left hand side with Barjarg engraved on sandstone.
10:00am-4:00pm. There will be an honesty box for donations. As a guide a minimum of £3.00 per person would be most welcome.. Proceeds to Alzheimer’s Research & SG Beneficiaries
Auldgirth Dumfries Galloway DG2 0TN
Thursday 23rd February 2017 to Sunday 26th February 2017
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