Due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, we cannot hold our annual public meeting at present.
We will announce a date and time for a public meeting once it is safe to meet.
We are still accepting grant applications - see our pages for forthcoming dates.CREFL page
In line with Government advice on staying at home and social distancing all meetings of Carsphairn Community Council have been postponed until further notice due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Please contact the following if you have any concerns or issues you would like to raise which you would normally do at a CC meeting:
Tel. 07531 035824
Although Carsphairn Community Council (CCC) has been unable to meet publicly we have continued to operate using email.
For details, please see the report. Report for March - July 2020
Archaeology projects you can do alone or in small groups.
Click on the pics to download pdf instructions.
‘MyGalloway’, is about getting our national historical record, Canmore, updated. Canmore has lots of Galloway Glens buildings and monuments logged, but a surprisingly sparse amount of information on some them – sometimes not even a photo. It does however have a facility for volunteers to upload their own information, and so CYDI have produced reference information to support you in doing that.
‘Are We There Yet’ and is all about surveying our local milestones and way-markers. CYDI are hoping this is something that will be really interesting to people as well, and again, CYDI will feed the information in to the regional archaeologist so that it becomes part of our permanent historic record. CYDI have produced an information pack, recording form and table / maps of known milestones.
For help with picking up shopping and prescriptions, posting mail or a friendly phone call, contact:
Tel. 07710 124255
Email: Carsphairn Community Trust
From David Bartholomew -
"We’ve had to cancel church services for the foreseeable future, but I’ll be providing some material each week by e-mail so that people can be together in spirit even if they can’t be in body. We want to provide hope, support and encouragement to people in these difficult and uncertain times.
Anyone who goes onto ‘Youtube’ and types ‘Balmaclellan’ into the search box will also find the video and any other videos they may have missed."