Members Directory

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1st Kelloholm Brownie Unit
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1 Polmeur Road
Kelloholm
Kirkconnel
Sanquhar
DG4 6SG
Through regular meetings, special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays, Brownies learn new hobbies, play music, explore other cultures and get adventurous outdoors. Girls can also extend their knowledge and abilities by working towards Brownie interest badges covering many different hobbies and activities from Science investigator to Circus skills. Brownies become a member of a group called a Six and follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure.
1st Kelloholm Guide Company
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23 Craig Drive
Kirkconnel
Sanquar
DG4 6RP
T: 01659 67496
Members take part in a wide range of exciting activities at their regular meetings and at special events or holidays. Girls can get involved in anything from adventure sports to performing arts, travel and taking part in community action projects. Guides work together in small groups or ‘Patrols’ and, with the support of an adult Leader, choose and run some of the activities themselves using Go for It! resource packs.
1st Sanquhar Brownies
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2 Southmain Cottages
Back Road
Sanquhar
DG4 6LB
T: 07786603908
Through regular meetings, special events, day trips, sleepovers, camps and holidays, Brownies learn new hobbies, play music, explore other cultures and get adventurous outdoors. Girls can also extend their knowledge and abilities by working towards Brownie interest badges covering many different hobbies and activities from Science investigator to Circus skills. Brownies become a member of a group called a Six and follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure.
1st Sanquhar Rainbow Unit
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The Yard
Station Road
Sanquhar
DG4 6BJ
T: 01659 50098
Rainbows are encouraged to develop self-confidence, build friendships, learn new things and have fun. Girls get their hands dirty with arts and crafts, trying out cooking and playing games. Rainbows learn by doing.
3rd Dumfriesshire Scout Group (Moffat)
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5 Beechgrove
Moffat
DG10 9RS
T: 01688 220817
The purpose of Scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.
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Aberlour Child Care Trust
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Dumfries office:
St Ninians
Carrick Road
Lochside
Dumfries
DG2 9PR

T: 01387 249033

Annan office:
Springbells
Hospital Road
Annan
DG12 5HW

T: 01461 204726

Stranraer office:
Thistlecroft
Thistle Street
Stranraer
DG9 7HU

T: 01776 889552

E: enquiries@aberlour.org.uk
W: www.aberlour.org.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AberlourCC

Twitter: https://twitter.com/aberlourcct

Aberlour is the largest, solely Scottish, children’s charity and they provide help to over 6000 of Scotland’s most vulnerable children, young people and their families each year.
Academy of the Rhins Educational Trust
Davaar
1 Royal Crescent
Stranraer
DG9 8HB*

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The Academy of the Rhins Educational Trust exists to advance education. They do this by protecting and enhancing extra-curricular activities. They also provide recreational facilities and organise recreational activites with the goal of improving the conditions of life for those the facilities/activites are intended for.
Action on Hearing Loss
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Empire House
131 West Nile Street
Glasgow
G1 2RX

T: 0141 341 5330

E: Scotland@hearingloss.org.uk

W: www.actionhearingloss.org.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/actiononhearingloss

Twitter: https://twitter.com/actiononhearing

Action on Hearing Loss are focused 100% on how they can reach and support people with hearing loss. Until everyone understands the extent to which hearing loss can damage people’s lives, costing jobs and relationships, causing isolation and depression, it’s all too easily seen as a minor inconvenience.
Addaction Dumfries and Galloway
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79 Buccleuch Street
Dumfries
Dumfries & Galloway
DG1 2AB

T: 01387 263208

E:info@addaction.org.uk

W: www.addaction.org.uk

Addaction is the UK’s leading drug and alcohol charity. Every year, they help over 40,000 people in England and Scotland to recover from their problems. With their help, people rebuild relationships and go on to live fulfilling and meaningful lives.
Age Scotland
PO Box 9062
Dumfries
DG1 9AR

T: 01563 528441
E: heather.baillie@agescotland.org.uk

W: https://www.ageuk.org.uk/scotland/

Age Scotland is the largest charity in Scotland dedicated to enabling everyone to make the most of later life.
Alcohol and Drugs Support South West Scotland
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79 Buccleuch Street
Dumfries
DG1 2AB
T: 01387 259999
E:enquiries@adssws.co.uk
W: www.adssws.co.uk
Alcohol and Drugs Support South West Scotland is a charitable company, which offers a range of community-based services across Dumfries and Galloway. Alcohol and Drugs Support South West Scotland help people affected by alcohol, drugs or gambling problems. They are affiliated to Alcohol Focus Scotland, the country’s National Alcohol Charity.
Aldouran Wetland Garden
Dobhran
Glen Road
Leswalt
Stranraer
DG9 0LL
T:01776 870417
E: info@leswaltwetlandgarden.co.uk
W:www.leswaltwetlandgarden.org.uk
The wetland lies on the edge of Leswalt village, adjacent to Aldouran Glen Woodland and bounded by the Aldouran Burn.
Alive Christian Media Ltd
Alive Studios
The Old Convent
Maxwell Street
Dumfries
DG2 7AN
T: 01387 262423
E: mark@aliveradio.net
W: http://aliveradio.net
Alive Christian Media Ltd is the parent company for Alive Radio, (also known as Alive107.3fm) and aliveradio.net. It’s a company limited by guarantee and is of charitable nature, registered as a Scottish charity with OSCR.
Alzheimer Scotland
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8 Gordon Street
Dumfries
DG1 1EG
T: 01387 261303
E: jsinclair@alzscot.org.uk
W: www.alzscot.org
Alzheimer Scotland provides a wide range of specialist services for people with dementia and their carers. They offer personalised support services, community activities, information and advice, at every stage of the dementia journey.
Annan Athletic Football Club
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Galabank
North Street
Annan
Dumfries & Galloway
DG12 6DQ
T: 01461 204828
E: phipj@btinternet.com
W: www.annanathleticfc.com
Annan Athletic Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in the town of Annan, Dumfries and Galloway. The club was founded in 1942 and competes in the Scottish League Two as a member of the Scottish Professional Football League.
Annan District Day Centre
Annan District Day Centre
Market Hall
Downies Wynd
Annan
DG12 5EE
T:07522 740842
E: annandaycentre@hotmail.co.uk
For anyone over 60. Transport provided Annan and surrounding areas. A two-course meal is provided each day and served at 12.30. Activities from Tai chi and bingo are available within the Centre and many different outings throughout the year.
Annan Harbour Action Group
Annan Harbour Action Group
Unit 1A
Silverlaw Industrial Estate
Annan
DG12 5BT
T:01461 758210
E: ahagharbourofficer@gmail.com
W: http://www.annanharbouractiongroup.btck.co.uk/
Our aim is to open Annan Harbour as a lively community asset. Please support us with your donations. We have already achieved lots of improvements at the harbour and we are continually looking for funds from charities and organisations but we welcome your support.
Annandale Churches Together
W: http://asabpc.org.uk/act

E: jgpickles@asabpc.org.uk

Annandale Churches Together (ACT), are a group of different Christian churches and denominations, with the same basic calling – to worship God, to share the good news about Jesus Christ and to work for the good of all people.
Our contact person changed so we have very little contact detail about this organisation.
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72-74 High Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2AA
T: 01576 203053
E: admin@actsbus.org.uk
W: www.actsbus.org.uk
Annandale Transport Initiative aims to provide community transport and other services for the inhabitants of Annandale and the surrounding areas in need by reason of disablement, poverty, social or economic circumstances.
Apex Scotland
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2 Back Rampart
High Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2AA
T: 01776 700973
E: dumgal@apexscotland.org.uk
W: www.apexscotland.org.uk
Apex Scotland are the specialist organisation which for over 25 years has contributed to a safer Scotland by working with offenders, ex-offenders and those at risk to give them the necessary skills to change their behaviour and lead fulfilling lives.
ARC Scotland
Unit 12
Hardengreen Business Centre
Eskbank
Dalkeith,
EH22 3NX
T:0131 663 4444
E: diane.eaton@arcuk.org.uk
W: www.arcuk.org.uk/scotland/
ARC Scotland provide a range of services such as high quality information, networking opportunities, accredited and non-accredited training, conferences and good practice guidance to promote new ways of working.
Ardwell Community Kirk
Ardwell Community Kirk
Ardwell
Stranraer
DG9 9NZ

W: http://www.ardwellkirk.com/

E: ARDWELLKIRK@OUTLOOK.COM

ASH Scotland
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8 Frederick Street
Edinburgh
EH2 2HB
T:0131 2209486
E: ashscotland@ashscotland.org.uk
W:www.ashscotland.org.uk
ASH Scotland – Action on Smoking and Health (Scotland) – is the independent Scottish charity taking action to reduce the harm caused by tobacco. They seek to improve health and quality of life by limiting the number of young people taking up smoking, reducing the number of adult smokers, protecting people from second hand smoke and tackling the inequality resulting from tobacco use.
Ask Dad Project
E: mark@fastforward.org.uk

T:  0131 5544300

The Ask Dad Project seeks to deliver an innovative health education, training and upskilling programme to Scottish Dads nationwidein partnership with Fathers Network Scotland. The programme will engage with father’s groups to provide customised workshops and information sharing sessions addressing risk-taking and health and wellbeing. This in turn will allow Scottish Dads to respond better to their children’s health queries.
Auchencairn Initiative
c/o Screel House
Auchencairn
Castle Douglas
DG1 1QL
T:01556 640399
E: will.levi.marshall@btinternet.com
W: www.auchencairn.org.uk
The Auchencairn Initiative was started in August 2001 to provide the village with an organisation to undertake capital projects and raise funds for the Community.
Aurora Events D&G
172A Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2NJ

E: ellen.mitchell.rbc@gmail.com

The main objective of this association is to achieve a more prominent and accessible arts community throughout Dumfries and Galloway, and provide opportunities for young people to engage in the arts
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Balloch Wood Community Project, The
E: djscherrer@btinternet.com
The Balloch Wood Community Project is an initiative seeking to manage and use Balloch Wood for the benefit of the local community.
Bankfoot House (Moffat) Ltd
14 Well Street
Moffat
DG10 9RS

T: 01683 220073

The Society is established to relieve aged impotent and poor people of all classes, for the advancement of religion and education and for other charitable purposes beneficial to the community.
Barnardos
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Barnardos Skypark
Suite 5.3
45 Finnieston Street
Glasgow
G3 8JU
T: 0141 222 4700
E: fiona.bennett@barnardos.org.uk
W: www.barnardos.org.uk
Barnardo’s believes in children regardless of their circumstances, gender, race, disability or behaviour. Their purpose as a charity today is to transform the lives of the UK’s most vulnerable children.
Be United
C/O Turcan Connell,
Princes Exchange
1 Earl Grey Street
Edinburgh
EH3 9EE

W: https://be-united.org.uk/
E: info@be-united.org.uk

BE United are well established in Scotland, through their work they recognise the quality and richness of Scottish culture. They are committed to celebrate and integrate the melting pot of cultures that make up our Scottish society.

BE United strives to build on Scotland’s welcoming and open reputation and to enable Scotland to be known and recognised to fully embody and represent these qualities nationally and internationally.

Beechgrove Sports Partnership
Beechgrove Sports Partnership
27 Old Carlisle Road
Moffat
DG10 9QJ
T: 07770 831 425
E: bspdl@hotmail.com
The Beechgrove Sports Partnership was set up in 2014 in  a joint enterprise between the Beechgrove Bowling Club, the Beechgrove Tennis Club and the Moffat Community Sports Hub. The principle purpose was to work with these organisations and the local community to secure the future of sport at Beechgrove Recreation Ground by providing a modern and accessible pavilion.
Bethany Christian Trust
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36 Whitesands
Dumfries
DG1 2RS
T: 01387 259400
E: craigneilson@bethanychristiantrust.com
W: www.bethanychristiantrust.com
Bethany Christian Trust supports around 6,000 homeless and vulnerable people every year in Scotland to find, equip and maintain a home within their local community.
Better Lives Partnership
43 Cotton Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1AR

W: www.betterlivespartnership.org.uk

E: ckennedy@betterlivespartnership.org.uk

The main aim of the Better Lives Partnership is to develop a range of opportunities for children and young people with autism spectrum conditions and related disabilities as well as families, carers and practitioners who support them.
Birchvale Players
Birchvale Theatre
Southwick Road
Dalbeattie
DG5 4HR

W: http://www.birchvaletheatre.co.uk/

E: enquiries@birchvaletheatre.co.uk

T: 07717 676254

The Birchvale Theatre is a small community venue providing a local hub for drama, film, and entertainment in Dalbeattie.

It is the home of The Birchvale Players who originally developed the space in 1976. But increasingly it is used by other touring professional and amateur groups looking for a small welcoming place to entertain people.

Birrens Historic Group
Satur Mill
Middlebie
Lockerbie
DG11 3LH
T: 01461 500284
E: corsemaul@btinternet.com
W: www.birrenshistoricgroup.org
The aims are to promote Birrens Roman Fort, surrounding marching camps, related buildings, the surrounding land that lies within the schedule monument and areas of historic interest as defined by Historic Scotland, and Birrens walk; to bring public awareness to Birrens of the great and important historic role that it played in the local society; to organise events, help organise archaeological digs; to work with Historic Scotland and local Archaeologist Development Planning and Environment teams.
Black and Gold Foundation
Galabank Stadium
North Street
Annan
DG12 5DQ

E: phipj@btinternet.com

‘The advancement of public participation in sport’.

‘The provision of recreational facilities, or the organisation of recreational activities, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons for whom the facilities or activities are primarily intended’.

Blair Centre
The Blair Activity Centre provides physical and mental challenges that will enhance young women’s learning, physical and social development, as well as promote team building and other essential life skills to best provide for our amazing young role models.
Bravehearts Amateur Boxing Club
3 St Ninians Crescent
Whithorn
Newton Stewart
DG8 8PJ
E: braveheartsabc@hotmail.com
British Heart Foundation
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Unit 12-13
Loreburne Centre
Dumfries
DG1 2BD
T: 01387 257261
E: D29@bhf.org.uk
W: www.bhf.org.uk/
The British Heart Foundation is the biggest funder of heart research in the UK and also the UK’s number one heart charity. Coronary heart disease is the UK’s single biggest killer but they are leading the fight against it. The pioneering research has helped to transform the lives of people living with heart and circulatory conditions. Their work has been central to the discoveries of vital treatments that are helping to change the face of the UK’s fight against heart disease.
British Red Cross
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North Lodge
Nithbank
Dumfries
DG1 2RZT: 01387 739852
E: lporteous@redcross.org.uk
W: www.redcross.org.uk
The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. They are part of a global voluntary network, responding to conflicts, natural disasters and individual emergencies. They help vulnerable people in the UK and abroad prepare for, withstand and recover from emergencies in their own communities.
Broughton House - National Trust for Scotland
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12 High Street
Kirkcudbright
DG6 4JX
T: 0844 493 2246
E: information@nts.org.uk
W: www.nts.org.uk/Property/Broughton-House-and-Garden/
Right in the heart of Kirkcudbright, a pretty artists’ colony on the Solway Firth, this 18th-century Georgian house is the former home of Scottish painter E A Hornel, one of the Glasgow Boys.Painstakingly preserved and recreated, it’s a living museum of Hornel’s life and work, packed to the rafters with his paintings and those of his contemporaries, as well as his vast library, which includes one of the world’s biggest collections of works by Robert Burns.
Buddies
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93 Friars Vennel
Dumfries
DG1 2RF
T: 01387 256312
E: info@buddiesdumfries.co.uk
W: www.buddiesdumfries.co.uk
Buddies was set up to support adults with disabilities (primarily learning) to live the lives that they want to by helping them to achieve their personal goals and outcomes. Buddies was created by listening to the views and needs that people with disabilities said they had. Instead of providing a service that Buddies think adults with disabilities want, they are giving them a voice to say what THEY want.
Building Healthy Communities - Machars Area Partnership
W: http://bhcmachars.blogspot.co.uk/

T: 01671 404267

E: dave.grove@nhs.net

Building Healthy Communities in the Machars is part of a region wide programme and is a partnership of public, community and voluntary organisations that meet and work together in the Machars.
Bump Baby and Beyond
41 Woodgrove Road
Dumfries
DG1 1RP
E: dgbumpbabyandbeyond@gmail.com
W: Facebook
We run a number of projects including mum2mum friends ( information and support around breastfeeding and the early days of parenting), Dumfries Sling Library, Dumfries Nappy Library and Babes in the Woods (forest playgroup/outdoor play), plus regular craft and messy play sessions for familes which are advertised through this page.
The Bunbury Banter Theatre Company
272 Bath Street,
Glasgow
G2 4JF

W: http://www.bunbanter.com/

T: 01848 218180

E: info@bunbanter.com

Bunbanter’s Young Scottish Theatre Groups offer participants a safe, creative environment to explore the diversity of theatre and the arts. No experience is necessary, fun is a key ingredient and all our students also benefit from development of the skills found within participation of drama; such as improved self-esteem, literacy, social skills and numerous other benefits.
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Canonbie and District Residents Association
Canonbie & District
c/o Byrnburnfoot House
Canonbie
DG14 0XB
T: 01387 371209
E: canonbiera@gmail.com
A major Community Planning Appraisal in 2013, funded by Dumfries & Galloway Council and NHS, recommended the setting up of a new constituted community organisation for Canonbie. The Residents Association initially grew out of community opposition to coal developments, that has led to a growing recognition of the strengths of this rural community, and a desire to celebrate and protect values of people and place. More recently the Association has joined the Development Trust Association (Scotland)
Caring for Carers
228 King Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1DS

E: caringforcarers@hotmail.com
T: 01556 503973

Caring for Carers charity shop is run by a group of volunteers to promote, foster and encourage support for carers in the community.
Carlingwark House - CIC
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The Buchan
Castle Douglas
DG7 1TH

T: 01556 505060

E: carlingwark@c-i-c.co.uk

W: http://www.c-i-c.co.uk/age-related-needs-and-dementia/carlingwark-house

Carlingwark House is an award-winning residential care home in the beautiful market town of Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway. With spectacular views of Carlingwark Loch and the surrounding Galloway countryside, we are proud to provide a comfortable home from home environment for each of our 30 residents.
Capability Scotland
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Nithbank
Bankend road
Dumfries
DG1 2SD
T: 01387 244463

E: d&gservice@capability-scotland.org.uk

W: www.capability-scotland.org.uk

Capability Scotland Dumfries & Galloway Integrated Service supports individuals between the ages of 16 – 65 with a physical disability to access full range of social opportunities within the wider community, including education, employment, training, volunteering, social and leisure. This involves support workers working with individuals to achieve their goals. Our support team is based across the region.
Care Training Consortium Ltd, The
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The Care Training Consortium
First Floor Office
Franklin Steel Building
Dumfries Enterprise Park
Tinwald Downs Road
Dumfries
DG1 3SJ
T: 01387 249111
E: fiona@caretrain.co.uk
W: www.caretrain.co.uk
CTC delivers a wide range of skills training courses to organisations in the Health and Social Care sector, as well as other businesses across Dumfries and Galloway.
Carsethorn Community Development Group
E: mark.hennessy@objectiveps.com
The group is set up to respond to the erosion and flooding of Carsethorn community. Due to the increase in storms over the winter months there is a real threat to the coastline. The group want to protect the community by building sea defences.
Castle Douglas Community Information Technology Centre
Cotton Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1AJ
T: 01556 503167
E: learnit@castle-douglas.co.uk
W: www.theitcentre.org.uk
They offer training for the complete beginner through to the more advanced. Courses can be certificated for recognition by employers or undertaken just for fun and personal achievement. Many of their courses can be funded through the ILA Scotland scheme and the IT suite is open on a flexible access basis so that learning can fit into your life.
Castle Douglas Day Centre for Older People
Rooms 3 &4
Community Centre
Cotton Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1AJ

E: formarwen@hotmail.com

Providing activities, companionship, meals and snacks to older adults in the community.
Castle Douglas Development Forum

E: info@castledouglas.info

W: http://www.castledouglas.info/

To incorporate various civic (not for profit) organisations under one body for the purpose of improving facilities for volunteer groups, enhance civic pride and provide events and other activities including a coordinated approach to help attract tourism to our town. A shop/office (to be known as the CDDF Charity Shop) will provide the base for the Development Forum and become, in time, the information outlet for volunteer services in Castle Douglas.
Cats Protection Charity Shop
14 George Street,
Stranraer
DG9 7RL

T: 03453 712 759

E: cpwigtownshire@btinternet.com

W: https://stranraer.cats.org.uk/

Stranraer & District Branch was formed in April 1999 and covers the whole of the county of Wigtownshire. The area covered is very sparsely populated by humans, but is very densely populated by cats, in towns as well as on the many farms.

  • Rehoming.
  • Homechecking.
  • Neutering.
  • Fundraising.
CatStrand, The
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High Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 3RN
T: 01644 420374
E: brian@catstrand.com
info@catstrand.com
W: www.catstrand.com

Called The CatStrand after the very small stream that used to run underneath it, the name also reflects the stream of activities that flow through it.

Not only does The CatStrand promote a varied music, arts and exhibition programme – it also boasts up-to-date training and conference facilities, offers local information and a cafe, and runs regular computer classes and exercise classes. It is home to the CatStrand Cinema and there are plenty of things to do for both the younger and older members of our communities. A central focal point for the whole of Dumfries and Galloway, the CatStrand welcomes individuals, groups and businesses wanting to hire fully equipped meeting rooms. The CatStrand aims to offer a range of high quality events, activities and facilities, with full disabled access, to suit every taste and every visitor – all under one roof.

The CatStrand Singers
High Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 3RN

E: mothermalarkey@hotmail.co.uk

To provide a place for local people to come together and enjoy singing. to offer a social aspect to the group
Centre Stage Theatre
c/o The Langholm Initiative
Buccleuch Mill
Glenesk Road
Langholm
DG13 0ES
E: chris@centrestagetheatre.org.uk
W: www.csyt.co.uk
Run as a voluntary run Community Theatre, Centre Stage Theatre has collaborated with professional artists in the region and the high production values in their shows have earned them a great reputation.
Chariots of Fire CIC
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Chariots of Fire Driving Centre
Boreland
Lockerbie
Dumfriesshire
DG11 2LL
E:enquiries@chariotscic.org.uk
W: http://www.chariots.org.uk/
Chariots of firs has been established for 19 years, bringing the exciting sport of carriage driving to all, especially youngsters with special needs. Established by the late Amanda Saville, the COF team are professional and dedicated individuals who love to engage with people and ponies.
Charles William Fox Fund
Tonderghie House
Whithorn
Newton Stewart
DG8 8HZ
T: 01988 500436
Makes grants, donations, loans, gifts or pensions to individuals
Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland
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9 Haymarket Terrace
Edinburgh
EH12 5EZ
T: 0131 225 6963
E: paul.okroj@chss.org.uk
W: www.chss.org.uk
Their mission is to improve the quality of life for people in Scotland affected by chest, heart and stroke illness, through medical research, influencing public policy, advice and information and support in the community.
Civil Rights First
Strathleven House
Levenside Road
Dumbarton
G82 3PD

E: Isabelleclark@civilrightsfirst.co.uk

The Clan Armstrong Trust Ltd
E: frank.wherrett1@talktalk.net
Excerpt from http://www.langholm-online.co.uk/pages/content.asp?PageID=246

“The acknowledged voice of the Armstrongs, we’re a clan society devoted to researching and preserving the heritage of the family name. Our members come from Scotland to New Zealand, from Canada to Holland. Our brief is a wide one: caring for local Armstrong monuments and sites and amassing a huge collection of Armstrong archives. We send out a twice-yearly magazine on Armstrong matters and hold an annual clan get-together. We also have the world’s biggest Armstrong museum… based here in Langholm.”

Clarebrand Village Hall Committee
Taigh Beag
Calrebrand
Castle Douglas
DG7 3AH
T:01556 502585
E: heather.brash@mypostoffice.co.uk
The committee organises a few events during the year such as quiz nights, the annual craft fair, car boot sales, etc.
Clarks Little Ark
40 Forsyth Avenue
Sanquhar
DG4 6AT
T:01659 50123
E:ashankly@yahoo.co.uk
Co-Wheels Car Club
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The Lodge
Redhill
Durham
DH1 4BD
T:0191 375 1050
E:info@co-wheels.org.uk

Co-wheels is a public access car club that is run as a social enterprise. Geographically, Co-wheels is the UK’s largest car club operator. They make the model work in more locations by creating innovative partnerships with local authorities, public sector organisations, business and communities.
Community Energy Scotland
CES
72-74 Hight Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2AA
T:01576 204541
E: info@communityenergyscotland.org.uk
W:www.communityenergyscotland.org.uk
Community Energy Scotland is a registered charity that provides practical help for communities on green energy development and energy conservation.
CEIS Dumfries and Galloway
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77 Buccleuch Street
Dumfries
DG1 2AB
T:01387 808123
E: ceis@ceis.org.uk
W: www.ceisayrshire.co.uk
CEIS Dumfries & Galloway is a branch of CEIS Ayrshire and a part of CEIS Group. CEIS Dumfries & Galloway’s vision is to make Scotland a better place to live and work with a more inclusive economy. To support this CEIS Dumfries & Galloway provides a comprehensive employability, business services, recruitment and skills development service. Through engagement with businesses in a partnership approach to recruitment and workforce planning CEIS Dumfries & Galloway link and support both jobseekers and employers. Learn more at www.ceisayrshire.co.uk/dumfries-galloway
Community Integrated Care
cic
Community Integrated Care
Martin Holmes, Regional Manager
c/o Charnwood Lodge
Annan Road
Dumfries
DG1 3AD
E: information@c-i-c.co.uk
T: 07515 315 445
We focus on working locally, understanding the special characteristics of each community we deliver services in. To do this, we have structured our organisation into six regional divisions, which each have the resources, specialist skills and support to deliver excellent services in our local communities. Each Regional Business Unit is led by a Regional Director, and is supported by our Widnes-based Head Office.
Community Shop Dumfries and Galloway
98 – 100 Friars Vennel
Dumfries
DG1 2RE

T: 01387 320120

E:  communityshop-dumgal@outlook.com

Compass Brain Injury Specialists Ltd
Afton Drive
Dumfries
DG2 9ES
T: 01387 261166
E: info@cbisl.org
W: www.cbisl.org
Compass Brain Injury Specialists is a specialist service for adults, children and young people with acquired brain injury and their families and carers.

We serve the whole of Dumfries and Galloway.

Regardless of how serious the brain injury, we help survivors and their families to prepare for how their lives may change and support them in their recovery and onward journey.

Creative Whithorn Arts and Crafts Association
101 Main Street
Port William
DG8 9SD

W: http://www.creativewhithorn.co.uk/

E: smithdtp@gmail.com

In 2013 Jack Sloan established the first Whithorn Arts and Crafts Trail. From this grew the Creative Whithorn Arts & Crafts Association. As a Not for Profit collective we have a constitution and hold regular meetings.

However, the Association has a much broader remit than just the trail. Their aim is to maintain and enhance, promote and develop the practice, understanding and appreciation of the arts/crafts and creative activities in Whithorn and the Machars of Galloway.

Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust
cvcwt
Daltamie
Palnure
Newton Stewart
DG8 7BE
T: 01671 401423
E: enquiries@cvcwt.org.uk
W: www.cvcwt.org.uk
Cree Valley Community Woodlands Trust (CVCWT) evolved from Forest Environment Panel discussions in 1998. The management of a mosaic of habitats involving woodlands from “source to sea” was set on course by community meetings, a feasibility study and the appointment of a Project Manager and an Administrator.
Creetown Initiative Ltd
54 St John Street
Creetown
Newton Stewart
DG8 7JF
T: 01671 820654
E: creetown@btconnect.com
In 2002 a group of local people came together to examine options for providing affordable housing and regeneration projects in the Creetown area. Subsequently, in 2004 the Creetown Initiative was set up to address a range of local needs. In 2006 the initiative accessed funds to employ a full time project worker to take forward its regeneration plans. Since 2006 we have created 3 full-time posts, and 7 part-time or occasional posts and in 2009 became a social enterprise/development trust/community anchor.
Crichton Carbon Centre
crichton carbon centre
Maxwell House
Dumfries
DG1 4UQ
T: 01387 702091
E: j.mason@carboncentre.org
W: www.carboncentre.org

Crichton Carbon Centre builds on its track record of academic excellence by encouraging and supporting behaviour change through engagement with individuals, communities and businesses.

Crichton Foundation
Crichton Foundation
Crichton Foundation,
Browne House,
Bankend Road,
Dumfries,
DG1 4ZZ
T:01387 702 047
E:mail@crichtonfoundation.com
The Crichton Foundation is a charity which supports a diverse Campus and innovative centre for learning and enterprise in Dumfries and Galloway. Through our fundraising efforts the Foundation helps to widen access to higher and further education; assists the academic institutions to develop their academic programmes and facilities; preserves and regenerates the heritage of the Crichton estate as a public asset; and raises awareness of the importance of the Crichton University Campus for the prosperity of the local community.
Crichton Institute
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Crichton Institute
Maxwell House
The Crichton
Bankend Road
Dumfries DG1 4UQ
T: 01387 345370
E: nicola.ritchie@glasgow.ac.uk
W: www.crichtoninstitute.co.uk
Crichton Institute is all about the local universities and colleges in the region working together for the region’s development, while making sure it is recognised both nationally and internationally.
Crocketford Community Initiative
Anderson Memorial Hall
Castle Douglas Road
Crocketford
DG2 8RU

W: www.crocketford.org

E: info@crocketford.org

Crossmichael Development Group
Crossroads (Mid+Upper Nithsdale)
Townhead Photographic Shop
Sanquhar
DG4 6DA
T: 01659 50005
E: xroads-sanquhar@btconnect.com
Offering services to offer the carer respite. Services include personal care, outings, sitter service, and household assistance.
Crossroads Care and The Princess Royal Trust for Carers have merged to form the leading carers charity Carers Trust.
Crossroads (Newton Stewart & Machars) Care Attendant Scheme
26 South Main Street
Wigtown
Newton Stewart
DG8 9EH

W: www.crossroads-newtonstewart.co.uk

E: info@crossroads-newtonstewart.co.uk

Cruck Cottage Heritage Association
E: cruckcottagetorthorwald@gmail.com
Cruse Bereavement Care
CRUSE
8 Gordon Street
Dumfries
DG1 1EG
T: 01387 250252
E: dumfries@crusescotland.org.uk
W: www.crusescotland.org.uk
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland (CBCS) exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people in Scotland. We seek to help anyone experiencing bereavement to understand their grief and cope with their loss. We work primarily through volunteers, providing free care to bereaved people. We also train and educate individuals and organisations who may in turn be able to contribute to the well-being of bereaved people.
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Dalbeattie and District Community Day Centre
Burn Street
Dalbeattie
DG5 4AE
T: 01556 611839
E: olivia2@dalbeattie.eclipse.co.uk
Run mainly for over 65’s. Hot 3 course lunch, morning coffee, afternoon tea, afternoon activities, bingo, bus runs, games etc.
Dalbeattie Angling Association
43 High Street
Dalbeattie
DG5 4AD
T: 01556 640399
E: will.levi.marshall@btinternet.com
W: www.fishgalloway.co.uk
The Dalbeattie Angling Association leases 3.5 miles of the lower Urr. Within this section there is a large amount of good fly water with spinning permitted in higher water conditions. The lower beat, Craignair, is tidal at its bottom end and has nine named pools plus a number of other likely spots. The upper beat, Firthhead, has a pleasing mixture of pools glides and runs and is ideal fly water in most conditions.
Dalbeattie Civic Daze
13 Copeland Terrace
Dalbeattie
DG5 4ET
T: 01556 610143
E: keith@keithdickie.wanadoo.co.uk
W: www.dalbeattiedaze.org

The Civic Daze Committee is made up of volunteers, who, in addition to Civic Week, organise and arrange fundraising and other events throughout the year, including our now annual Half Marathon and 10k Run in June, Sundaze in the Park (with Duck Race) in May – and the Civic Flower and Produce Show in August

Dalbeattie Communtity Initiative
dci
71 High Street
Dalbeattie
DG5 4HA
T: 01556 612518
E: info71.dci@gmail.com
W: www.dalbeattiematters.co.uk/features.asp?ID=40
Initially formed in September 1997 in response to a number of local Business closures and the subsequent negative impact on the local economy and the community.
Dalbeattie First Responders
Station Road
Dalbeattie
DG5 4AN
T: 01556 612348

E: dalbeattiecfrs@googlemail.com

Dalbeattie CFR is a group who respond to medical emergencies in the town and surrounding areas when requested by the Scottish Ambulance Service.
Dalbeattie Forest Community Partnership
71 High Street
Dalbeattie
DG5 4HA
T: 01556 611677
W: http://www.dalbeattiematters.co.uk/features.asp?ID=114
Dalbeattie Forest occupies 1100 hectares of granite upland directly adjacent to the town of Dalbeattie. The primary purpose of the forest has always been to harvest timber on a commercial and sustainable basis. However, it is also one of over 100 sites in the country where there is a working partnership between Forestry Commission Scotland and the local community to develop the forest for recreational use by the public.
Dalbeattie Mens Shed
Unit 8
Castle Works Trading Estate
Edingham

W: http://dalbeattiemensshed.co.uk/

E: allison.geoff@gmail.com

Dalbeattie Men’s Shed (DMS) is a place where men can spend time tinkering, repairing and making things while socialising with others who have similar interests. A larger version of the typical man’s shed in the garden – a place for men to feel at home and pursue practical interests with a high degree of autonomy. Men can work at their own pace in a safe, friendly and inclusive venue.
Dalbeattie Museum
81 High Street
DG5 4BS

E: info@dalbeattiemuseum.co.uk

W: www.dalbeattiemuseum.co.uk

T: 01556 611657

Dalbeattie Playgroup
Dalbeattie Playgroup
Dalbeattie Primary School
Southwick Road
Dalbeattie
DG5 4HR
T: 07922077329
E:dalbeattiepg@yahoo.co.uk
Dalbeattie Scout Group
Doonholme,
Barhill Road,
Dalbeattie,
DG5 4JB
E:linda1ashton@hotmail.co.uk
The Scout Association provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for 400,000 young people aged 6-25.
Dalbeattie Star Football Club
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Islecroft Stadium
Dalbeattie
Kirkcudbrightshire
DG5 4HE

E: bob.solwaypressservices@gmail.com

Dalbeattie Tea Dance Club
Mahwood
Shore Road
Auchencairn
Castle Douglas
DG7 1QZ
T: 01556 640307
E: gmakins.123@btinternet.com
They are a friendly local club and they do mainly Sequence Dancing with some Old Time and Ballroom.Everyone is welcome, come along for a sociable afternoon and meet new friends. Visitors are welcome to join us for our afternoon.If you don’t know the dance help will be given.
Dalry Town Hall Management Committee
St John’s Town of Dalry, commonly known as Dalry is a village in Dumfries and Galloway. It is located 16 miles from Castle Douglas and sits in an area known as the Glenkens.

Meetings are held monthly on the Monday after the Farmers’ Market which is the second Saturday of the month.

Dance Galloway
43 Hestan Road
Dalbeattie
DG5 4DE
T: 01556 612854
E:info@dancegalloway.org
W: http://www.dancegalloway.org/
Dance Galloway is committed to raising the profile of dance and movement in Dumfries and Galloway.We meet to connect with other dance and movement practitioners.We share dance information and set up dance events to encourage everyone to dance on a regular basis whatever age or ability.
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DG Voice
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Dumfries Office:
Midsteeple (2nd Floor)
High Street
Dumfries
DG1 2BH
Stranraer Office:
Millenium Centre
75 George Street
Stranraer
DG9 7JP
T: Dumfries – 01387 257770T: Stranraer – 01776 705645

E: info@dgvoice.co.uk

W: www.dgvoice.co.uk

DG Voice believe that disabled people in Dumfries and Galloway can improve their quality of life by joining together with a united voice that is heard in the right places. Started in 1998 as Dumfries and Galloway Coalition of Disabled People, DG Voice is a vibrant and expanding disability movement in South West Scotland, with influence on the local, Scottish and UK stage. Run by their members for all disabled people in Dumfries and Galloway, they remain true to their founding values.
Dicks Hill Creche Limited
Park Children’s Services Centre
Ashwood Drive
Stranraer
DG9 7NW

T: 01776 889472

E: amandahorberry@live.co.uk

The aim of the creche is to provide very young children and their families an opportunity to develop their full potential. The service is centred on a high quality, sessional respite childcare facility and involves significant multi-agency partnership working.
Dinimig
5 Renwick Place
Sanquhar
DG4 6BA
T: 07437012487
E: l.j.sharpe@talk21.com
Direct Inclusive Collaborative Enterprise (DICE)
dice
128 Criffel Road
Dumfries
DG2 0PN
T: 01387 253195
E: directinclusive@gmail.com
W: http://directinclusive.org/
DICE support disabled people and people living with long-term conditions in Dumfries and Galloway to take control of their own care and support needs so they can live the life of their choice with dignity and as equal citizens.
Doodle Trust
purple-logo
New Market Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1HY

T: 0300 123 4185

E: info@doodletrust.com

Labradoodle Trust was set up in January 2010 after the original Labradoodle Rescue UK (set up in 2007) was closed to make way for Labradoodle Trust.
Doonhame Derby Dolls
doonhame derby dolls
No Fixed Address
E: doonhamederbydolls@gmail.com
W: www.doonhamederbydolls.co.uk
Based in Dumfries we are the first Roller Derby league in the South of Scotland.
Duke of Edinburgh's Award, The
dofe
Oasis Youth Centre
Newall Terrace
Dumfries
DG1 1LW
T: 01387 273885
E: Gary.Kirkpatrick@dumgal.gov.uk
W: www.dofe.org
DofE gives all young people aged 14-24 the chance to develop skills for life and work, fulfil their potential and have a brighter future.
Dumfries and District Model Railway Club
Station House,
Station Road,

LOCKERBIE
DG11 2HA

E: mikeinhawthorbank@hotmail.co.uk

Dumfries and District Model Railway Club meet on Tuesday and Sunday evenings between 20.00hrs and 22.00hrs
Dumfries and Galloway Advocacy Service
d&g Advocacy service
9 Church Crescent
Dumfries
DG1 1DF
T:01387 247237
E: info@dgadvocacy.co.uk
W:www.dgadvocacy.co.uk
Dumfries and Galloway Advocacy Service has been delivering independent advocacy across the region for over 25 years and delivers one to one and collective/group advocacy. The service supports people with issues relating to mental health, learning disability, social services, GP, hospital and much more. They are a registered charity and voluntary organisation and are a free, confidential, person centred service. Advocacy means: having someone on your side, helping you to share your thoughts, feelings and wishes. Advocacy – Defending your right to be heard.
Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival
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28 Edinburgh Road
Dumfries
DG1 1JQ
T:01387 259627
E: info@dgartsfestival.org.uk
W:www.dgartsfestival.org.uk
Each year, the festival involves a lively and varied programme, showcasing an eclectic range of top-billed performances in music, drama, dance, arts and literature in a selection of venues from the tiny, intimate Swallow Theatre to the grandeur of the Easterbrook Hall and a wide outdoor stage on the banks of the River Nith.
Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum
dgambadge
Heathhall
Dumfries
DG1 3PH
T:01387 16322
E: bob.sloan@hotmail.co.uk
W:www.dumfriesaviationmuseum.com
The Museum is run by volunteers and houses a large and ever expanding aircraft collection, aero engines and a very impressive display of artefacts and personal histories relating to aviation, past and present. Both civil and military are represented. There is also a small, but ever expanding collection of memorabilia honouring airborne forces.
Dumfries and Galloway Befriending Project
befriending project
19 Bank Street
Dumfries
DG1 2NX
T:01387 247812
E:projectoffice@befriending.org
W:befriending.org
The Project offers young people experiencing problems at home, school or in the community, the opportunity of extra support and regular positive adult attention. Having and working with a befriender can help the young person tackle difficulties before they get too big.
Dumfries and Galloway Blood Bikes
W: www.dgbloodbikes.org.uk

E: info@dgbloodbikes.org.uk

T: 01556 670273

Dumfries & Galloway Blood Bikes is a charitable organisation set up by local volunteers to deliver essential blood and urgent medical supplies, out of hours, between hospitals and healthcare sites in South West Scotland and sometimes beyond.
Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre
dgcrc-logo
Dovecotewell
Dumfries
DG1 4RH
T:01387 770210
E:info@caninerescue.co.uk
W:www.caninerescue.co.uk
Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre services the whole of Dumfries and Galloway but, when space permits, they will take in dogs from pounds in England and from Northern Ireland to save them from destruction. They have a contract with our local council to look after stray dogs while they wait to be reclaimed by their owners and to rehome them if they are not claimed. They are licensed by the local authority for the care of dogs.
Dumfries and Galloway Care Trust
caretrust-logo
78 Brooms Road
Dumfries
DG1 2LA
T:01387 247580
E: info@caretrust.org.uk
W:www.caretrust.org.uk/output/home.asp
The Care Trust is an award winning organisation, established as a charity in 1988. It’s aims were to improve the quality of life for adults with learning and mobility difficulties. It was started by the Health Board and Social Services and the first Chairman was also the Chairman of the Health Board.
Dumfries and Galloway Carers Centre
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2-6 Nith Street
Dumfries
DG1 4EP
T:01387 248600
E:claudine.brindle@dgalcarers.org
W: http://www.dgalcarers.co.uk/
They provide information, advice and support to anyone who cares for a relative or friend. They also aim to raise awareness of the needs of Carers and the contribution they make to care in the community.
Dumfries and Galloway Chamber of Arts
c/o Municipal Chambers
Dumfries
DG1 2AD

E: hello@dgunlimited.com

W: www.dgunlimited.com

Dumfries and Galloway Chamber of Commerce
dg chamber
Hillhead House,
Tthe Crichton,
Bankend Rd,
Dumfries
DG1 4UQ
T:01387 270866
E: admin@dgchamber.co.uk
W:www.dgchamber.co.uk
Independent locally run Chamber of Commerce working for business in Dumfries and Galloway
Dumfries and Galloway Citizens Advice Service
citizens advice service
Dumfries
81-85 Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2PQAnnan
19a Bank Street
Annan
DG12 6AACastle Douglas
3 St Andrew St
Castle Douglas
DG7 1DEStranraer
23 Lewis Street
Stranraer
DG9 7ABT:0300 303 4321
E: info@dagcas.org
W: www.dagcas.org
D&G CAS, an amalgamation of Dumfriesshire CAB, Castle Douglas and District CAB, Stranraer CAB, Dumfries Welfare Rights, Stranraer Welfare Rights, Nithsdale Housing Advice Service, Upper Nithsdale Welfare Rights and Dumfries & Galloway CAB Benefits Advice Project.The objectives are to ensure that individuals do not suffer through ignorance of their rights and responsibilities, or of the services available, or through an inability to express their needs effectively, and to exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies.
Dumfries and Galloway Disability Access Panel
2 Home Farm Cottages
Castlemilk
Lockerbie
DG11 1AH

T: 01576 510 326
E: alex.thorburn@btinternet.com

Dumfries and Galloway HandyVan/SRHSS
72 High Street,
Lockerbie
DG11 2AA
T: 0800 069 9173
E: Yvette@dghandyvan.org.uk
W: http://www.dghandyvan.org.uk/
Our mission is to provide safety and security services for the inhabitants of Dumfries & Galloway in need by reason of age, disablement, social or economic circumstances to remain as independent and physically active as they can be, residing in their own home for as long as they wish.
Dumfries and Galloway Hard of Hearing Group
hard of hearing
The Hub
24-26 Friars Vennel
Dumfries
DG1 2RL

If you want to become a volunteer, contact Siân on infodghhg@gmail.com or call 07944 698453

The Dumfries and Galloway Hard of Hearing Group is a local charity which provides services for people who are hard of hearing. The group operates across Dumfries and Galloway offering a care and maintenance service of NHS hearing aids and providing support and advice of our Service Users.

Dumfries and Galloway ia
d&g ia
The Rowans,
7 Queensbury Road,
Craigs Road,
Dumfries,
Dumfries & Galloway
DG1 4UR
T: 01387 263768
E: Derekoliphant12@gmail.com
W:www.iasupport.org

IA, the Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Support Group (formerly known as the Ileostomy Association of Great Britain and Ireland), is a mutual support group which has the primary aim of helping people who have had their colon removed.
It was started in 1956 by a group of people who had ileostomies themselves, together with some members of the medical profession. It was the first ostomy association in the United Kingdom and it is a registered national charity.

Dumfries and Galloway LGBT Plus
T: 0800 020 9653
E: info@lgbtplus.org.uk
W: http://lgbtplus.org.uk/
Dumfries and Galloway LGBT Plus is a charity that has been running since April 2015 in response to a locally identified need for work with LGBT plus adults, older people and their families in Dumfries and Galloway and surrounding areas.

The organisation aims to directly support LGBT Plus people to live happier, safer and healthier lives and to empower them to engage more confidently within their local communities, and also aims to work with organisations and communities so they can better support, include and value LGBT Plus adults, older people and families.

Dumfries & Galloway ME and Fibromyalgia Network
Thistledew
Albert Street
Dalbeattie
DG5 4JPT: 07437 602610
E: admin@dgmefm.org.uk
Providing a local forum where ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia sufferers can socialize, swap information, support each other and learn about events and meetings held by the Dumfries & Galloway M.E. Network
Dumfries and Galloway Multicultural Association
D&G ma
DGMA Muticultural Centre
Old Assembly Close
Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2PH
T: 01387 254624
E: info@dgma.org.uk
W:http://www.dgma.org.uk/home/
In June 2003 a number of minority ethnic community leaders, who wanted to raise the profile of diversity and the different cultures in the area, created Dumfries and Galloway Multicultural Association (DGMA). It is an organisation open to all members of ethnic, religious and cultural minority communities in our region as well as organisations and individuals keen to promote the aims of the Association.
Dumfries and Galloway Over 50's Group
Venue:
St George’s Church Hall
George Street
DUMFRIES
DG1 1EJ

E: Duck@purplenerds.co.uk

T: 01387 263988

The aim of the Group is to promote friendship amongst older people in Dumfries and Galloway.

Days: Thursday

Times: 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

Frequency: Bi-monthly – 2nd Thursday of alternate months ( Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sept, Nov )

Dumfries and Galloway Personality Support Group
Burnfell
Crocketford
DG2 8RL
E: pdgroupindg1@btinernet.com
Dumfries & Galloway Personality Disorder Support Group offers help, hope and understanding to family, friends and loved ones affected by Personality Disorder. They are passionate about trying to improve the way in which Carers of someone with Personality Disorder have access to the correct information regarding treatment of their loved ones and that they have access to appropriate training and support to enable them to care for and understand their loved ones in the manner they deserve.
Dumfries and Galloway Radio Voluntary Unit
74 Findlater Court
Dumfries
DG2 0NB

E:  dgru456@gmail.com

The unit helps to cover local events such as the Dumfries how, Rockerbie and Annan R.O.M with radio communications in a professional polite manner, with the aim of making thee event safe and fun for the public, event organisers and importantly our members who are attending, duties include crowd control, traffic control and public safety.
Dumfries and Galloway Recovery Network
Burnfell
Crocketford
Dumfries
DG2 8RL
E: dg.recovery@btinternet.com
The organisation’s purposes are:To advance health and wellbeing of people in Dumfries and Galloway who are affected by a mental health problem.To provide training and learning for people about recovery from mental health problems and to raise awareness about recovery
Dumfries and Galloway Small Communities Housing Trust
114 Drumlanrig Street
Thornhill
DG3 5LS
T:01848 332516
E:mike.staples@dgscht.co.uk
W:www.dgscht.co.uk
The principal aim of the Dumfries & Galloway Small Communities Housing Trust is to work with small rural communities to identify and address local housing needs as part of wider rural regeneration.
Dumfries and Galloway YouthBank
7 Battery Street
Annan
DG12

E: Tracey.wood@dumgal.gov.uk

YouthBank Scotland is an innovative grant making and empowerment initiative run by young people for young people. YouthBank Scotland builds on young people’s skills and experiences to enable them to give cash for action, funding young people’s ideas for the benefit of the wider community.

D and G YouthBank is open to all young people aged between 12-25 in Dumfries and Galloway . The YouthBank is hosted by a Dumfries and Galloway Council

Dumfries Baptist Church
Newell Terrace
Dumfries
DG1 1LW
T:01387 268926
E: dumfriesbaptistchurch@gmail.com
W:dbchurch.weebly.com
Dumfries Baptist Church was formed in 1872 and today aims to build on that heritage, offering modern, vibrant and relevant ways to explore Christianity, to worship God, and to make a difference to the community we live in.
Dumfries Civic Pride
Municipal Chambers
Buccleuch Street
Dumfries
DG1 2ADT: 01387 245920

E: civicpride@dumgal.gov.uk

W: http://www.dumfriescivicpride.co.uk/

Dumfries Civic Pride are a group of volunteers who try to keep Dumfries attractive for townspeople and visitors but they can not do it all on our own. They can always use help and, although they have the support of Dumfries and Galloway Council, they welcome anyone, young, or old, to help them in their aims.
Dumfries Community Day Centre for Older People
Cumberland Street
Dumfries
DG1 2JX
T:01387 266401
E:dumfriesdaycentre@googlemail.com
Day centres offer you the opportunity to take part in activities, meet new people, learn new skills and hobbies and have a hot meal. Being away from home can make a nice break, both for you and for anyone who cares for you.
Dumfries Get Together
3 Makbrar Wynd
Dumfries
DG1 4XD
E: get.together@live.co.uk
Dumfries Get Together is a diverse and welcoming Ladies social group.Ladies 35 to 100 years young
Are you new in town? Fed up of spending too many nights at home in front of the TV?
Or perhaps you’ve been here for a while but want to widen your social circle?Are you interested in exploring Dumfries & its surrounding area?
Keen on meeting new people with a variety of backgrounds and interests?
Do you want to enjoy activities, events, discover places to go out and make acquaintances & friendships?
Dumfries High Street (Management) Limited
T: 01387 252435

E: info@midsteeplequarter.org

Dumfries Male Choir
T: 01557 330195

E: Choir@dumfriesmvc.org.uk

W: http://dumfriesmvc.org.uk/

Dumfries Male Voice Choir have been singing and having fun doing it since 1950. They are a friendly bunch, who meet together to rehearse on Wednesday nights from September to May.
Dumfries Men's Shed
Noblehill Park
Annan Road
Dumfries
DG1 3EY

E: dyfrighywel@nhs.net
W: http://menssheds.org.uk/

A Men’s Shed is a larger version of the typical man’s shed in the garden – a place where he feels at home and pursues practical interests with a high degree of autonomy. A Men’s Shed offers this to a group of such men where members share the tools and resources they need to work on projects of their own choosing at their own pace and in a safe, friendly and inclusive venue. They are places of skill-sharing and informal learning, of individual pursuits and community projects, of purpose, achievement and social interaction. A place of leisure where men come together to work.
Dumfriesshire East Community Benefit Society
c/o Southern Uplands Partnership
Studio 2,
Lindean Mill
Galashiels
TD1 3PE

E: decbscio@gmail.com

Dumfries Toy Library
Playworks
1 George STreet
Dumfries
DG1 1EA
T:01387 249990
E:play.works@btconnect.com
Parents/Carers with children aged from birth to 3 years are welcome at the Toy Library. They loan toys and also have stay & play sessions. The service is free of charge. They give priority to residents in NW Dumfries but families in other areas of Dumfries are welcome to apply.
Dumfries YMCA
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School Lane
Laurieknowe
Dumfries
DG2 7AJ
T:01387 259472
E: dumfries.ymca@gmail.com
W:www.ymcascotland.org/locations/dumfries
In recent years Dumfries YMCA has increasingly been developing partnerships and delivering youth work services not only within local communities in the town but also in support of other organisations across Dumfries and Galloway. Focusing predominantly on Youth, community development and streetwork.
Dumfriesshire and Cumbria Greyhound Rescue
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128 Criffel Road
Dumfries
DG2 0PN
T:01387 253195
E: marian.pagan@btinternet.com
W:www.dgrescue.org.uk
Dumfriesshire & Cumbria Greyhound Rescue (DCGR) rescue and rehome ex-racing and ex-coursing greyhounds. Greyhounds are gentle and loyal pets. They are usually laid back and lazy, and need little exercise. They adapt quickly to family life and they love nothing better than a cuddle.
Dumfriesshire and Stewartry Women's Aid
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12 Whitesands
Dumfries
DG1 2RR
T:01387 263052
E:admin@dumfrieswomensaid.org.uk
W:www.dumfriesshireandstewartrywomensaid.co.uk
Dumfriesshire and Stewartry Womens Aid are a charitable organisation for women and children whose lives have been affected by Domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can be shown in many forms such as physical, emotional, sexual and financial.
Dumfriesshire Federation Scottish Womens Rural Institute
swri
2 Mirrenhill Cottage
DG11 2NT
T:01576 610342
E:val.hillen@tiscali.co.uk
W:www.swri.org.uk/WhereToFindUs/dumfriesshire.htm
Dumfriesshire Federation covers an area from Sanquhar in the north to Gretna in the south, and from Dumfries to Langholm in the east. The Federation consists of 46 Institutes, split up into six Groups, and membership is approximately 1400. Each of the Groups is conducted in the same way as the Federation, with Chairman and Office Bearers and, besides Headquarters and Federation sponsored classes, they hold their own classes, shows and competitions.
Dyslexia Scotland South West
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Park House
Thornhill
DG3 5JW
E:Dyslexiascotlandsouthwest@hotmail.co.uk
W:www.dyslexiascotland.org.uk/your-branch/south-west
We support people affected by dyslexia, and campaign on their behalf, in many different ways. Whether through the national helpline, our branch network or online in the members area, we raise awareness and campaign for change.
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Eaglesfield Public Hall
1 Dial Place
Eaglesfield
DG11 3PA
T:01461 500208
E:rjewing@btinternet.com
Early Years Scotland
Early Years Scotland
Lochvale Suite
Georgetown Community Centre
Lochvale House
Georgetown Road
Dumfries
DG1 4DFT: 01387 266722
E: clare.carson@earlyyearsscotland.org
Formerly the Scottish Pre School Play Association.Early Years Scotland is a national organisation that invests in our youngest children pre-birth to 5.They deliver essential support and guidance to providers of early learning and childcare in every local authority in Scotland.

Early Years Scotland also work directly with young children and families in a range of local settings including community venues, nurseries and prisons.

Eastriggs and Gretna Heritage
2 Blake Terrace
Dornock
Annan
DG12 6SR
T:01461 40460
E: richardrbrod@aol.com
Ecclefechan Day Centre for Older People
High Street
Ecclefechan
Lockerbie
DG11 3DF
T:01576 300227

E:  ecclefechandaycentre@btconnect.com

Ecclefechan Community Project
Ecclefechan community project is a committee for the village of ecclefechan to raise money for park benches, play equiptment flowers and grass cutting for areas in and around ecclefechan. The page will show dates of meetings, fundraising events and achievements of the group.
Ecclefechan Village Hall
Townfoot
Ecclefechan
DG11 3DR
E: jill.m.callander@magnoxsites.com
EcoWeek Trust, The
Orbister
Old bridge of Urr
Castle Douglas
DG7 3BZ
T:0845 347 9317
E: enquiries@ecoweek.org.uk
W:www.ecoweek.org.uk
The EcoWeek Trust is non-profit-making educational trust. We have not registered as a charity; the benefits are marginal at best and the regulatory and administrative overhead of charitable status is enormous for a small organisation.
Electric Theatre Workshop
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E:justin@electrictheatreworkshop.com
Electric Theatre Workshop is a contemporary theatre company, producing original plays for local and national audiences. Based in the centre of Dumfries at our Performing Arts Hub, we make a real commitment to the creative health of our region, encouraging artists to draw from it and urging communities to participate in it.
Enable Annan and District
28 Hospital Road
Annan
DG12 5HP
T: 01461 203521
E: membership@enable.co.uk
A voluntary organisation that supports children, young people and adults with learning disabilities, together with their families and carers. Organises weekly social club for adults and monthly discos, and runs a self advocacy group to help members have their say about decisions which effect their lives.
Ewes Public Hall
Kirkton Ewes
Langholm
DG13 0HJ

E: aileen.cavers@nhs.net

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F G Deans Memorial Hall
Hall based in Castle Douglas used by local Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs and leaders
First Base Agency, The
6 Buccleuch St,
Dumfries
DG1 2AH

T: 01387 279680

E: markglenmill@aol.com

First Base is a drug, alcohol and gambling information centre. Our services include support projects for Veterans, families and women at risk of violence as a result of addiction problems. We deliver presentations, training, issue food parcels and give ‘signposting’ advice to visitors to the Agency.
Fertility Network Scotland - D&G
W: http://fertilitynetworkuk.org/

T: 01424 732361

E: info@fertilitynetworkuk.org

Fertility Network UK provides free and impartial support, advice, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues.
Food Train
Food Train New
30 Castle Street
Dumfries
DG1 1DU
T:01461 207778
E:helen@thefoodtrain.co.uk
W: www.thefoodtrain.co.uk

The Food Train has several bases across the region, please see their website for the full list.

The Food Train provide a range of services, delivered by volunteers, to older people in Scotland including grocery shopping home deliveries, household support services and befriending services.
Foundation Scotland
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The Kiosk
Gatehouse of Fleet
DG7 2BE
T:01557 814927
E: office@foundationscotland.org.uk
W:www.foundationscotland.org.uk
Foundation Scotland is an independent charity established to strengthen local communities by providing a source of funding to community led projects the length and breadth of Scotland.
Freewheel Disabled Club
Croftside
Ecclefechan
Lockerbie
DG7 2BE
T:01576 300347
E: ritamccrae@btinternet.com
Friends of Ellisland
Holywood Road
Auldgirth
Dumfries
DG2 0RP

W: http://www.ellislandfarm.co.uk/friends.asp

T: 01387 740426

E: friends@ellisland.co.uk

Friends of Midpark Hospital
Lockerbie Road
Dumfries
DG1 3AP
T:01387 254826
E: boddy3ap@btinternet.com
Advance volunteering and volunteering opportunities within Midpark Hospital; and Promote Midpark Hospital and the community of interest it serves across Dumfries & Galloway in improving the quality of life of people with lived experience of mental distress; and To advance the welfare of patients in Midpark Hospital.
The Community Reuse Shop (Stranraer) Ltd
Enterprise House
Fountain Way
Blackparks Industrial Estate
Stranraer
Wigtownshire
DG9 7UD
T:01776 707375
E: info@reuseshop.org.uk
W: https://www.reuseshop.org.uk/
The Community Reuse Shop (Stranraer) Ltd opened in July 1997 to collect furniture and repair, restore and sell it to people throughout Wigtownshire. The project consists of a showroom, an office and training area, a warehouse. The Stranraer Community Reuse Shop Workshop repairs, restores and builds furniture and ensures electrical equipment complies with safety standards.
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Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere
Kirroughtree Courtyard
Stronord
Newton Stewart
DG8 7BE

W: http://www.gsabiosphere.org.uk/

E: marie@gsabiosphere.org.uk

Galloway Cricket Club Trust
Kenlum Cally
Gatehouse of Fleet
DG7 2DJ

E: dawn@slagnaw.co.uk

Galloway District Scout Council
Dairy House
Rainton
Gatehouse of Fleet
DG7 2DR
T:01557 814972
E:haworthtribe@hotmail.co.uk
W:www.gallowayscouts.org.uk
The Scout Association provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for 400,000 young people aged 6-25.
Galloway Fisheries Trust
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Fisheries House
Station Industrial Estate
Newton Stewart
DG8 6ND
T:01671 403011
E:mail@gallowayfisheriestrust.org
W:www.gallowayfisheriestrust.org
The aim of the Galloway Fisheries Trust is to restore and maintain aquatic biodiversity, particularly native fish, in Galloway by means of practical, responsible and sustainable approaches to land, water and fishery management, based on sound science, for the benefit of the community as a whole.
Galloway Forest Schools
The Tower
Rutherford Hall
Gatehouse
DG7 2HS
T:01557 814190
E:franklin.cecilia@gmail.com
The Galloway National Park Association
W: https://www.gallowaynationalpark.org

E: gallowaynationalparkassociation@btinternet.com

Galloway National Park Association was set up by a group of local people who believe a National Park could deliver economic and social benefits for our communities.

Trustees and members include farmers, landowners, artists, tourism operators and conservationists, and the list is steadily expanding.

Galloway Talking Newspaper Association for the Blind
Rephad
London Road
Stranraer
DG9 8BU

E: catherine.cowan44@yahoo.co.uk

T: 01776 830315

Galloway Thistle Youth Football Club
Blairmont Park
Newton Stewart
DG8 6NU

E: adair.holm6@btinternet.com

Galloway Youth
28 Torrs Drive
Castle Douglas
DG7 1JH
T:01556 503450
E: wildchild.glynis.lockhart@gmail.com
Garlieston Youth Group
Whithorn Lodge
DG8 8HJ
T:01988600786
E: mail@whithornlodge.co.uk
The organisations purposes are to provide and organizing recreational activities with the aim of improving the conditions of life for the young people within the Garlieston area.
Gatehouse Bunker c/o Gatehouse Community Church, The
32 High Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 2HP
E: bunkeroo@ymail.com
The Bunker is a club for children aged 8+ and still at primary school. The Bunker meets every two weeks on Fridays from 7-8:30 p.m. You don’t have to belong to the church to go to the Bunker.
Gatehouse Development Initiative
56 High Street
Gatehouse of Fleet
Castle Douglas
DG7 2HP
T:01557 814458
E: GDI@gatehouse-of-fleet.co.uk
The Gatehouse Development Initiative exists for the benefit of the Gatehouse Community and provides a framework for the development of projects within the community.
Gatehouse of Fleet YMCA
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5 Digby Street
Gatehouse of Fleet
Castle Douglas
DG7 2JW
T:01557 814704
E:info@gatehouseymca.org.uk
W:www.gatehouseymca.org.uk
Gatehouse of Fleet YMCA is committed to creating opportunities for the emotional, physical, spiritual and social development of local young people of all faiths, and of none.
The Drop-in Centre is a secure, comfortable, creative environment where local young people can meet together and take part in activities they have helped to plan and to pay for.
Get Hooked On Fishing
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Broom Farm Estate
Annan
DG12 5PF
E:lesley.arkison@ghof.org.uk
W:www.ghof.org.uk

Get hooked on fishing are an angling charity which helps provide positive opportunities for young people and communities. They deliver fun and interactive training around the sport of angling. Their work is designed with the help of young people to give the participants more confidence and to demonstrate that there are alternative pathways and better opportunities available to them.

Gifhorn Friends Club
Municipal Chambers
Buccleuch Street
Dumfries

T: 01387 261056

E: enidwelch@btinternet.com

Girl Guiding Dumfriesshire
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1 Marchhill Drive
Dumfries
DG1 1PP
T:01387 255423
E:anneharrow52@yahoo.com
W:www.girlguidingdumfriesshire.org.uk
Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK. They build girls’ confidence and raise their aspirations. They give them the chance to discover their full potential and encourage them to be a powerful force for good. They give them a space to have fun.
Glen of Luce Community Association (SCIO)
Glencairn Bowling Club
Dunreggan
Moniaive

E: duncansa@supanet.com

Glenluce Vintage Tractor Rally
W: https://www.glenlucetractors.com/

E: jeanmckie@hotmail.com

Glenkens Business Association
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Kenlea
Balmaclellan
Castle Douglas
DG7 3QE
T:01644 421108
E:glenkensbusiness@gmail.com
W:www.visitglenkens.com
The underlying purpose of the GBA is to seek to identify, create and develop opportunities and initiatives in the Glenkens that will assist local business and enterprises as well as the community to thrive and prosper.
Glenkens Community Arts Trust Limited
Glenkens Men's Shed
Glenkens Sustainable Development Steering Group
Balmaclellan
Castle Douglas
DG7 3QE
T: 01644 420361
E: roland@glenkensbb.co.uk
Glenlochar Community Centre
Glentrool & Bargrennan Community Trust
Gophers
Sycamore Way
Stranraer
DG9 7BY
T: 01776 703753
To promote the benefit of adults with physical disabilites in Wigtown District by associating the local and statutory authorites. Voluntary organisations and inhabitants in a common effect of advance education, further health and promote the provision of facilities, in the interests of social welfare, for recreation and other leisure-time occupation so that the conditions of life of the aforementioned disabled adults may be improved.
Gretna General Interest Group
3 Hospital Road
Annan
DG12 5JE
T: 01461 203474
E: peterrsl@netscape.net
Greystone Rovers Youth Football Academy
greystoneroversfc
2 Nithplace
Noblehill
Dumfries
DG1 3HT
T: 07718139527
E: graeme.irving@yahoo.co.uk
W: www.greystonerovers.co.uk
Guild of Players
Shakespeare Street
Dumfries
DG1 2JH
T: 01387 254209
W: www.theatreroyaldumfries.co.uk/guild-of-players/
The Guild of Players was founded as an amateur dramatic company in 1913. It has put on a season of plays for all but six of the years since then. There were no productions between 1915 and 1919, and none in 1944. Nowadays the Guild puts on a season of three plays (each running for four nights) and a pantomime (running for a fortnight) every year. Every job, from directing the plays to serving the coffee in the intervals, is undertaken voluntarily by Guild members.
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Haugh of Urr Village Hall
Haven Stranraer, The
25 Royal Avenue
Stranraer
DG9 8ET
T: 07710734074
E: thehavenstranraer@btinternet.com
Heartstart Newton Stewart & the Machars
30 South Port
Port William
DG8 9SG
T: 01988 700637
Heartstart courses teach you CPR and other emergency life saving skills and they are free to attend.There are over 3,800 Heartstart schemes across the UK supported by the British Heart Foundation.
Help for Heroes
Heston Rovers FC
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5 Charles Street
DG12 5AG
T: 07828310823
E: tom.carruthers@tiscali.co.uk
W: www.hestonrovers.co.uk
Heston Rovers Football Club are a Scottish senior football club who play their home games at Palmerston Park in Dumfries, where they ground-share with Queen of the South F.C..
Holywood Trust, The
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Hestan House
Crichton Business Park
Bankend Road
Dumfries
DG1 4TA
T: 01387 269176
E: funds@holywood-trust.org.uk
W: www.holywood-trust.org.uk
The Holywood Trust is a grant giving charity which supports opportunities for young people in Dumfries and Galloway primarily aged 15 – 25.
Home Energy Scotland – South West
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Watson Peat Building
Auchincruive
Ayr
KA6 5HW
T: 01292 525508
E: andrew.filby@sw.homeenergyscotland.org
W: www.homeenergyscotland.org
Home Energy Scotland from the Scottish Government is the only source of clear and impartial advice on making your home cheaper to heat. They offer advice to everyone and already, over a third of Scotland’s households have already been offered free help.
Home-Start Wigtownshire
homestartwig
The Cabin
c/o Park Children’s Services Centre
Ashwood Drive
Stranraer
DG9 7NW
T: 01776 706984
E: homestartwig@aol.com
W: www.home-startwigtownshire.co.uk
Home-Start supports families who are finding it difficult to cope with the stresses of bringing up a young family.
Hub Dumfries and Galloway, The
24-26 Friars Vennel
Dumfries
DG1 2RL
T: 01387 269161
E: info@thehubdg.org.uk
W: www.thehubdg.org
The Hub Dumfries and Galloway is a Community Action Centre which develops and delivers community-led projects and services from its base in Dumfries.
Hutton Community Fellowship
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Imagineering Club
Lochmaben
DG11 2AA
T: 01387 810009
E: howecol@gmail.com
Improved Access to Psychological Support
Birkenshaw House
Butterhole
Dalbeattie
T: 01556 610260
E: lili@ia2ps.co.uk
W: www.ia2ps.co.uk
Include Us
Independent Custody Visiting Scheme
Independent Living Support
ils
8 George Street Meuse
Dumfries
DG1 1HH
T: 01387 262226
E: enquiries@ils-dumfries.co.uk
W: www.ils-dumfries.co.uk
ILS is a charity that was set up to provide Housing Support for people living in Dumfriesshire. The aim of the service is to try to alleviate and prevent homelessness in our local area and to give people the skills they will need to manage their own tenancies within their own communities.
Inspired Community Enterprise Trust
UsualPlace
24-26 Friars Vennel
Dumfries
DG1 2RL
T: 01387 269161
E: info@theusualplace.org
W: www.theusualplace.org
Inspired Community Enterprise Trust was set up in November 2011 with the aim of providing employment and training and wider community relationships and citizenship opportunities for young people with additional support needs.
Isle Futures
Isle Futures
Port Briar Croft
Isle of Whithorn
DG8 8JE
T: 01988 500100
E: manager@islefutures.co.uk
Isle Futures is a regeneration project dedicated “to improving the economic, social and environmental life of the Isle of Whithorn.”
Isle of Whithorn Youngsters Project Group
15 Boyach Crescent
Isle of Whithorn
DG8 8LD
T: 07850558390
E: kaylew10@aol.com
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John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum Trust
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c/o Dumfries Museum
Rotchell Road
Dumfries
DG2 7SW
T: 07740 554130
E: Rebecca.Coggins@dumgal.gov.uk
Johnstonebridge Centre and Community Development Trust ltd
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3 Beechfield Lane
Johnstonebridge
Lockerbie
DG11 1EY
T: 01576 470662
E: jackytaylor-001@hotmail.co.uk
W: www.johnstonebridgecentretrust.co.uk
Johnstonebridge Lunch Club
Junction 17
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Kaleidoscope-Support in Mind
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Mountainhall
Bankend Road
Dumfries
DG1 4AL
T: 01387 249513
E: kaleidoscope@supportinmindscotland.org.uk
W: http://www.supportinmindscotland.org.uk/information-and-support/services/regional-office-kaleidoscope-dumfries
Kate's Kitchen
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Powfoot
Annan
DG12 5PS
T: 07748 380731
E: jackie.kateskitchen@gmail.com
Kate’s Kitchen operates like a cafe, where everyone is welcomed by our team of friendly volunteers, for a cuppa, a hot meal and a friendly chat.
Key Community Supports
Key
Nith Avenue
Dumfries
DG1 1EF
T: 01387 247466
E: richy.lewis@keyhousing.org
W: www.keycommunuitysupports.org
KEY supports people with learning disabilities throughout Scotland. They have a deep commitment to helping each person get the individual help they need to enjoy life to the full.
Kindred Spirits
6 Walltrees Road
Thornhill
DG3 5NS
T: 01848 330158
E: tuliprippingale@hotmail.com
Kippford Association, The
Kirkconnel and Kelloholm Senior Citizens Outing Association
10 Nith Buildings
Kelloholm
Kirkconnel
DG4 6RX
T: 01659 67369
E: janeyoung@live.co.uk
Kirkconnel Parish Heritage Society
40a, Main Street
Kirkconnel
Dumfriesshire
DG4 6NB
Tel 01659 66002
“We are involved in a wide range of activities. Successful work has included creating and reinstating 7 heritage sites in the village, creation of 6 miles of paths; provision of genealogy information; compilation and production of 2 local heritage books, heritage work with local schools, production of various videos; and old photograph restoration. Our most recent achievement was working in partnership with Scottish Enterprise Dumfries and Galloway to introduce of wireless broadband into the Upper Nithsdale area.”
Kirkconnel WRI
6 Druburn Road
Kelloholm
DG4 6SL
T: 01659 67432
To provide to the highest standards, educational, vocational, recreational, and social opportunities for those who live and work in the country or are interested in country life. Group has baking demonstrations, craft demonstrations and talks on various subjects.
Kirkcudbright Fair Trade Town Group
Kirkcudbright Forum
Kirkcudbright Skate Park
Kirkcudbright Swimming Pool
Castledykes Road
Kirkcudbright
DG6 4AW
T: 01557 331881
E: mail@kbtpool.co.uk
W: www.kirkcudbrightswimmingpool.co.uk
“Opened in 1997 our safe, clean swimming pool measures 20m x 8.5m. The water depth is 0.9m, graduating to maximum depth of 1.5m in the deepest part of the pool.We pride ourselves on the high standard of our water quality and the cleanliness of the whole facility. We are very much a family pool and love to encourage youngsters, we have lessons all week for the young and not so young. Swimming is the best exercise you can take with no impact injury.”
Kirkpatrick Durham Recreation Association
Smithy House
Kirkpatrick Durham
Castle Douglas
DG7 3HE
T: 01556 650377
E: david.wishart@naims.co.uk
The Association manages a Bothy and garden within 3 acres of land as a community facility.A number of recreational and social activities take place as well as being an informal area for walking, gardening and playing.
Knockengorroch CIC
Carsphairn
Castle Douglas
DG7 3TJ
T: 01644 460662
E: info@knockengorroch.org.uk
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Langholm Daycentre
Charles Street
Langholm
DG13 0AA
T: 01387 380185
E: langholmdaycentre@btconnect.com
Langholm Initiative, The
Buccleuch Mill
Glenesk Road
Langholm
Dumfriesshire
DG13 0ES
T: 01387 380914
E: judith@langholminitiative.co.uk
enquiries@langholminitiative.co.uk
W: www.langholm-online.co.uk/pages/content.asp?PageID=156
The Langholm Initiative was formed in 1994 to improve the business, social and physical environment of Langholm and the surrounding areas.
Langholm Playcare Ltd
langholm playcare
Langholm Community Centre
Charles Street
Langholm
DG13 0AA
T: 01387 380775
E: langholmplaycare@btconnect.com
W: www.langholmplaycare.co.uk
“We aim to provide consistent high quality, safe, secure, happy and stimulating childcare to parents and children in and around Langholm, Dumfries and Galloway.”
Langholm Town Band
Kernigal
Walter Street
Langholm
DG13 0AX
T: 01387 380425
E: kernigal@me.com
Langholm Youth Dance Club
c/o Elizabeth Street
Langholm
DG13 0AJ
T: 01387 381193
E: malahat666@aol.com
Learners Together
North West Resource Centre
College Drive
Lincluden
Dumfries
DG2 0BX
E: anneheads891@hotmail.co.uk
Leonard Cheshire
Lochar House
Heathhall
Dumfries
DG1 3NU
T: 01387 711337
E: bill.milven@leonardcheshire.org
W: www.leonardcheshire.org
We work for a society in which every person is equally valued. We believe that disabled people should have the freedom to live their lives the way they choose – with the opportunity and support to live independently, to contribute economically and to participate fully in society. That belief is at the heart of everything we do.
Leswalt Community Association
Leswalt
DG9 0LJ
T: 01776 870581
E: iainandlou@btinternet.com
Let's Get Biking (Dumfries and Galloway)
Let's Get Sporty
letsgetsporty
c/o Georgetown Community Centre
Georgetown Road
Dumfries
DG1 4DF
T: 07530 292763
E: bookings@letsgetsporty.com
W: www.letsgetsporty.com
Let’s Get Sporty are a local Community Interest Company (CIC) which aims to provide young people in Dumfries & Galloway the opportunity to enjoy and learn about sport. As a non-for-profit organisation, all the income that they generate gets reinvested in the community.
LGBT Youth Scotland
lgbtyouth
88B High Street
Dumfries
DG1 2BJ
T: 01387 255058
E: kerry.riddell@lgbtyouth.org.uk
W: www.lgbtyouth.org.uk
Lifecare Trust
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30-32 Station Road
Burges Hill
RH15 9DS
T: 01444 236593
E: angela.butcher@lifecaretrust.org.uk
W: www.lifecaretrust.org.uk

Lincluden Community Centre
Lincluden Community Centre

Off College Road
Lincluden
Dumfries
DG2 ODH

T: 07513 031593

Lincluden Community Centre is owned by Dumfries and Galloway Council and is managed by a Voluntary Management Committee. The centre is comprise a main hall which can hold up to 150 people; a kitchen; a Cafeteria with equipment for in house catering; and car parking.
Opening Times. The Centre is used by a number of groups including: Tai chi, rainbows, samba sisters, bingo, African drumming, brownies, dog training classes, spiritualist church. The main hall is also available for use for training events.
Lingo Flamingo
Living Streets Scotland
livingstreets
Thorn House
5 Rose Street
Edinburgh
EH2 2PR
T: 01312452649
E: penny.morriss@livingstreets.org.uk
scotland@livingstreets.org.uk
W: www.livingstreets.org.uk
Local Initiatives in New Galloway (LING)
Loch Arthur Camphill Community Ltd
Loch Arthur Farmshop,
Beeswing,
Dumfries
DG2 8JQT: 01387 259669
E: admin@locharthur.org.uk
W: http://www.locharthur.org.uk/
Loch Arthur is a shared way of life in a modern rural Community. It offers security, together with challenges. We are committed to the fulfilment of the individual through a diversity of relationships and activities which create authentic social integration.
Loch Ryan Sailing Club
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Trewennack
Kirkland Court
Kirkcolm
Stranraer
DG9 0NS
T: 01776 854204
E: mojorowl@googlemail.com
W: www.loch-ryan-sailing-club.co.uk
Lochmaben & District Community Initiative
Roselea Villa
Lockerbie Road
Lochmaben
Lockerbie
DG11 1NJ
T: 01387 810094
E: h.baisden@btinternet.com
W: www.lochmaben.org.uk/groups/ldci.html
Lochmaben Action Group
1 Campbell Court
Lockerbie
DG11 1NF
T: 01387 810926
E: middleton8707@yahoo.co.uk
W: www.lochmaben.org.uk
The aim of Lochmaben Action Group is to promote the well being of the community by providing facilities held in the Portacabin which is situated in the Primary School playground. A Management Committee meet once a month and oversee a range of groups such as the Lunch Club either on a weekly or monthly basis.
Lochmaben Church of Scotland
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16 Ravenshill
Lochmaben
Lockerbie
Dumfriesshire
DG11 1QZ
T: 01387 810743
E: georgesmith1943@talktalk.net
p.read94@btinternet.com
W: www.lochmaben.org.uk
Lochmaben Friendship Group
4 Mill Road
Lochmaben
Lockerbie
DG11 1PZ
T: 01387 810256
Lochmaben Friendship Group have speakers, demonstrations, a Christmas party, festive lunch and a guest day. As their members are older people they benefit by getting out and socialising with others as well as learning from the demonstrations. They also enjoy a cup of tea!
Lochmaben Playcare
Lochmaben Community Centre
Stanedyke Crescent
DG11 1QY
T: 01387 811911
E: lochmabenplaycare@tiscali.co.uk
Lochmaben Royal Burgh Pipe Band
Lochmaben Table Tennis Club
Lochmaben
DG11 2AA
T: 01387 810627 or 01387 811558
E: howecol@gmail.com
The club has a healthy membership of all age groups in the community and have taken advantage of the services of the Tennis Development Officer for South West Scotland, Colin Dunbar. Colin has run successful coaching sessions for junior and senior players over the last two years and they plan to run more coaching sessions this season.
Lockerbie and District Computer Access Project
10 High Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2AA
T: 07543 796820
E: angela.brydson@yahoo.co.uk
Lockerbie Christmas Lights
Lockerbie Curling School
Lockerbie Golf Club
Corrie Road
Lockerbie
DG11 2ND
T: 01576 203363
E: info@lockerbiegolf.co.uk
W: www.lockerbiegolf.co.uk/
Lockerbie Golf Club is a very pleasant parkland course with a Par 67. It is on an elevated setting which affords stunning views over the Annandale Valley and surrounding hills. The original nine hole course was designed by the legendary James Braid and in 1986 a further nine holes were added. The course has several hazards including trees, a pond and contours contributing to an interesting layout.
Lockerbie In Bloom Community Garden
Queens Crescent
Lockerbie
DG11 2BA
Lockerbie Community Garden is the vegetable-growing arm of Lockerbie in Bloom, at the Polytunnel, Queens Crescent, Lockerbie. All are welcome to grow here!
Lockerbie Men's Shed
Lockerbie Old School
Dryfe Road
Lockerbie
DG11 2AJ
T: 077113 39674
E: info@lockerbieoldschool.co.uk
W: www.lockerbieoldschool.co.uk/
The Old School Project Group was established by local residents with a view to securing the 140 year old former Dryfesdale Public School building as a community resource after it was deemed surplus to requirements by the council.
Lockerbie Squash and Racketball Club
Lockerbie Swimming Pool
72-74 High Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2AA
T: 01576 203998
E: bob@lockerbieswimmingpool.com
W: www.lockerbieswimmingpool.com
It is Lockerbie Swimming Pool’s intention to introduce you to their aims, plans and objectives for achieving a lasting legacy which will be of benefit, not only to the people of Lockerbie but to the surrounding communities which collectively form Mid and Upper Annandale. Lockerbie Swimming Pool and Leisure Centre Trust which registered as a charity with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator on 9 December 1995 consists entirely of local community members who willingly give of their personal time in an unpaid capacity to try and make this a reality.
Lockerbie Town Hall Management
High Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2ES
T: 01576 202632
E: lockerbietownhall@gmail.com
Loreburn Bridge Club
Loreburn Bridge Club
Howgate Street
Dumfries
DG2 7AE
T: 01387 261391
E: secretary@loreburnbridge.net
W: www.loreburnbridge.net
Loreburn Housing Association
27 Moffat Road
Dumfries
DG1 1NN
T: 01387 321317
E: customerservice@loreburn.org.uk
W: www.loreburn.co.uk
Loreburn Housing Support Service
139 Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2QE
T: 01387 321300
E: customerservice@loreburn.org.uk
Lothlorien Therapeutic Community
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Lothlorien Community
Corsock
Castle Douglas
Dumfries & Galloway
DG7 3DR
T: 01644 440602
E: lothlorien1@btopenworld.com
W: www.lothlorien.tc
Lothlorien is a therapeutic community for people with mental health problems, situated in a quiet rural setting in South West Scotland. Lothlorien was originally started in 1974 by the Haughton family, who built the 13 bedroomed log house, one of the largest in its kind in Britain, from locally hewn larch and pine trees.
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Machars Action Ltd
26 S Main Street
Wigtown
Newton Stewart
DG8 9EH
T: 01988 402633
E: info@macharsaction.co.uk
W: www.macharsaction.com
Machars Action offers support, services and information to local communities, community organisations, local charities and visitors to the area of Mid Galloway. They are passionate about promoting the area and act as a Viisitor Information Point (VIP) assisting visiitors to the Machars, and providing a comprehensive Events Guide which lets visitors and residents know what’s happening in the area.
Marie Curie (Dumfries and Galloway)
Marie Curie Helper Service (Dumfries and Galloway)
Massive Outpouring of Love
Plunton House
Borgue
Kirkcudbright
T: 07497080557
E: office@mool.scot
W: http://www.mool.scot/
Massive Outpouring of Love (MOOL) is a humanitarian movement dedicated to helping people in need wherever they are, be that locally or across the globe; while ensuring that the human element of the situation is at the heart of all we do.
Maxwell Memorial Hall Terregles
Mainshead
Tereggles
Dumfries and Galloway
DG2 9TJ
T: 01387 720487
E: alammin@hotmail.com
Men's Shed Dumfries
Mennock WRI
Auchenruith
Sanquhar
DG4 6HY
T: 01659 50384
Mennock WRI aim to provide to the highest standards, educational, vocational, recreational, and social opportunities for those who live and work in the country or are interested in country life.
Mill on the Fleet
65 High Street
Gatehouse of Fleet
Castle Douglas
DG7 2HS
T: 01557 814099
E: millonthefleet@btopenworld.com
W: www.millonthefleet.co.uk
Millennium Amateur Boxing Club
Knockoyd Farm
Kirkcolm
Stranraer
DG9 0NU
T: 01776 707665
E: stranraerboxing@hotmail.com
Mindfulness4U
Dumfries
DG2 8DE
T: 07866756243
W: http://mindfulness4u.info/
Moffat and District Community Initiative
1 Ladyknowe
Moffat
DG10 9DY
T: 01683 220227
E: info@visitmoffat.co.uk
Moffat CAN
moffatcan
Old Church Depot
Annanside
Moffat
DG10 9HB
T: 01683 221847

W: http://moffatcan.org/index.php?page=home

Moffat CAN is a community-owned company and charity. Their aims are:* To provide local jobs, work experience and training within the green sector, particularly for those facing barriers to employment.* To promote environmental and sustainability awareness and engagement throughout the community.* To provide sustainable, low-carbon products and services, with an emphasis on reducing carbon footprints.
Moffat Childcare
Ladyknowe Hall
Moffat
DG10 9DY
T: 01683 220460
E: moffatchildcare@btconnect.com
W: www.moffatchildcare.co.uk
Small ‘n’ Tall Moffat Childcare caters for children aged from 0 – 16 years, providing day care, out of school care, sessional care, pre-school nursery and early starters facilities. The children in their care have access to a purpose designed, safe and stimulating environment and are cared for by experienced qualified staff.
Moffat Community Woodlands
Moffat First Responders
St John’s Rectory
3 Mansfield Place
Moffat
Dumfries and Galloway
DG10 9DS
T: 01683 220837
E: moffatfirstresponders@gmail.com
Moffat Museum
moffat museum
Harthope House
Churchgate
Moffat
Dumfries and Galloway
DG10 9EG
T: 01683 220868 or 01683 220100
E: secretary@moffatmuseum.co.uk
W: www.moffatmuseum.co.uk
Moffat Town Hall Redevelopment Trust
Town Hall
High Street
Moffat
DG10 9HF
T: 01683 221102
E: moffathall@gmail.com
W: www.moffattownhalltrust.co.uk
Moffat Water Hall
Annanbridge Cottage
Moffat
DG10 9RZ
T: 07767361066
E: lynneningbo@gmail.com
Moniaive Initiative (SCIO)
Craigdarroch Gardens Cottage
Moniave
Thornhill
T: 01848 200203
E: moniaiveinitiative@gmail.com
W: www.moniaive.org.uk/moniaive-initiative
Who they are:A community organisation dedicated to delivering legacy projects for Moniaive and the surrounding area, in partnership with the community and community groups.What they do:Offer advice on funding, put you in touch with other groups and help you get started on your own ideas for community involvement.
Moniaive Playcare
Chapel Street
Thornhill
DG3 4EJ
T: 01848 200153
E: moniaiveplaycare@gmail.com
W: http://moniaiveplaycare.wordpress.com/
Moniaive Playcare provides pre-school education and breakfast club and after school childcare in the village of Moniaive in Dumfries and Galloway.They are a not for profit social enterprise run by a management committee of volunteer parents supported by specialist advisors and our qualified team of staff. They seek grant funding to meet the community need for childcare and to cover our running costs and maintain our services to a high standard.
Moorside Nucleus SCIO
20 Hobart Terrace
Eastriggs
DG12 6QB
T: 01461 700069
E: wheelsfargo@aol.com
W: www.wheelsfargo.org
More Nosh 4 Ur Dosh
Mossburn Community Farm
Hightae
Lockerbie
DG11 1LE
T: 01387 811288
E: mossburnanimalcentre2@hotmail.com
Mossburn Community Farm was originally set up in 1987 to provide help for misused, abused, unwanted and neglected horses and ponies as well as young people with physical and mental problems.This original remit was later widened, and now care for all domestic animals except cats, dogs and donkeys which have their own specific charities.
Mossdale Village Hall
MS Society
ms society
88 Ratho Park
Glasgow Road
Newbridge
EH28 8PP
T: 07889088016
E: lboyce@mssociety.org.uk
W: www.mssociety.org.uk
MS Society Dumfries and District Branch
ms society
Blacksteps Cottage
Dumfries
DG2 0SS
T: 07972229320 or 0792229344
E: msdumfriesbranch@btinternet
MS Dumfries is the local branch of the Multiple Scleroris Society working to support people affected by MS in the Dumfries area including family members and carers of people with MS. The branch is made up entirely of volunteers who offer support and advice on personal, domestic and other matters and giving financial assistance where appropriate as well as arranging social, leisure and fundraising activities to support the work of the branch.
Mull of Galloway Trust
13 Stair Street
Stranraer
DG9 9PT
T: 01776 840255
E: maureenchand@gmail.com
Munches Park
Barnhill Road
Dalbeattie
DG5 4JB
T: 01556 613260
E: judy.brydson@c-i-c.co.uk
Munches Park senior care home provides residential, respite and day care support for older people. We are situated on the outskirts of Dalbeattie in the picturesque South West of Scotland, only a few miles from the Solway coast and surrounded by forestry.
The Museum, Newton Stewart
York Rd,
Newton Stewart,
Dumfries and Galloway
DG8 6HH
T: 01671 401048
Housed in the former St John’s Church, the Museum contains a wealth of historical treasures, some pre-Victorian, with exciting and interesting displays of the natural and social history of Galloway.
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Nail Factory, The
56 Southwick Road
Dalbeattie
Dumfries and Galloway
DG5 4EW
T: 01556 611686
National Deaf Childrens Society
ndcs
Second Floor
Empire House
131 West Nile Street
Glasgow
G1 2RX
T: 0141 354 7850
E: ndcs.scotland@ndcs.org.uk
W: www.ndcs.org.uk
The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people. They believe:* Deaf children can do anything other children can do, given early diagnosis and the right support from the start.* Deaf children should be involved in decisions that affect them at as early an age as possible.* Families are the most important influence on deaf children and young people, and need clear, balanced information to make informed choices.* Effective language and communication skills lie at the heart of deaf children and young people’s social, emotional and intellectual development.* Deaf children should be valued by society and have the same opportunities as any other child.
New Galloway Community Enterprises Ltd
Newton Stewart and Minnigaff Traditional Music Festival
Newton Stewart Day Centre
Newton Stewart Initiative
Newton Stewart Indoor and Community Club
Dourie Drive
Portwilliam
DG8 9SR
T: 07918 688157
E: cairnsmorecars@btinternet.com
Newton Stewart Traditional Music Festival Association
Nith Catchment Fishery Trust
Nith Inshore Rescue
Nith Valley Day Centre
Needle Street
Sanquhar
DG4 6JP
T: 01659 66487
E: janiceham@supanet.com
Restore Community Projects
Lochside Enterprise Workshops,
Shirley Rd
Dumfries
DG2 0ED
T: 01387 320 320
E: admin@restore.scot
W: http://www.restoredumfries.com/
Restore Community Projects was previously known as Nithsdale Furniture Project. They are based in 28-32 Friars Vennel  and Shirley Road, Lochside.  The key objectives of Restore Community Projects are:

  • To provide good quality low cost furniture and appliances
  • To provide training and employment opportunities, in particular those who are or have been homeless or those with social needs
  • To help the environment through the reuse and recycling and appliances.
Noblehill and Parkhead Community Development Association
North West Dumfries Community Cafe Limited
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Oldbridge Nursery
5 Roseland Terrace
Dumfries
DG2 0RS
Old Luce Development Trust
Order of St John Scotland Dumfries Branch
Elmar
Greenlea
Collin
Dumfries
DG1 4PS
T: 01387 750308
E: a17jvt@aol.com
Oxfam (Moffat)
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Pamela Young Trust
Parents Inclusion Network
PIN
1 Gordon Street
Dumfries
DG1 1EG
T: 01387 252683
E: parentsinclusion@gmail.com
W: www.parentsinclusionnetwork.org.uk
The Parents Inclusion Network (PIN) is an established group of families affected by disability – parents and carers with sons and daughters with a disability. The key to what PIN is about is in the title – it is first and foremost a group dedicated to and managed by parents and carers, so it is about what is important to them.
Patient Opinion
Scion House
Stirling University
Innovation Park
Stirling
FK9 4NF
T: 0131 2081206 or 0800 122 3135
E: info@patientopinion.org.uk
W: www.patientopinion.org.uk/
Patient Opinion was founded in 2005 and is now the UK’s leading independent non-profit feedback platform for health services. Patient Opinion is about honest and meaningful conversations between patients and health services.
People's Project, The
3 Crown’s Court
Dumfries
DG1 1HU
T: 07850719558
E: mark@jardinefunerals.co.uk
Peter Pan Moat Brae Trust
peterpanmoatbrae
Moat Brae House,
George Street,
Dumfries,
Dumfries and Galloway
DG1 1EA
T: 01387 255549
E: info@peterpanmoatbrae.org
W: www.peterpanmoatbrae.org
In December 1924, JM Barrie, the author of Peter Pan, was awarded the Freedom of the Burgh of Dumfries in south-west Scotland. Reflecting on one of the happiest times in his life, as a pupil at Dumfries Academy nearly 50 years earlier
Portpatrick Trust
Port William First Response Team
8 Manx View
Port William
Newton Stewart
DG8 9SA
T: 01988 700488
W:www.portwilliam.com/community-groups/port-william-first-responders/
Port William First Responders have been running for 10 years. Members were recently honoured by the Scottish Ambulance Service for their contribution to the community with 10 Year Recognition Pins at a ceremony in Glasgow. Responders are trained to attend to emergency calls received by the ambulance service and provide care until the ambulance arrives.
Port William Community Development Trust
Glen Fruin
Port William
DG8 9QP
T: 01988 700501
Portpatrick Harbour Community Benefit Society
ProjectScotland
project scotland
20 Hopetoun Street
Edinburgh
EH7 4GH
T: 0131 226 0700
E: info@projectscotland.co.uk
W: www.projectscotland.co.uk
ProjectScotland is a charity that helps young people get on in life through volunteering.
They are a charity that helps young Scots aged 16 to 30 to get on in life by volunteering full-time with a Scottish charity.
They partner with hundreds of Scottish charities to create quality volunteering placements in Scotland. This year we will place 900 volunteers.
Here’s why it matters.
They offer 16 to 30 year-olds the chance to make a positive contribution to their community and their country through volunteering. Why volunteer? Young people and young adults get experience of work and a chance to develop themselves. Charities throughout the country get additional skills, talents and energy. Local communities are strengthened as new links and connections across generations are made. Scotland is a better place.
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Quarriers Family Support Service
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T: 01505 612224
W: www.quarriers.org.uk
Quarriers provides practical care and support for thousands of vulnerable children, adults and families who face extremely challenging circumstances.
Through there diverse range of services across the UK, they help thousands of people to lead happier, more fulfilling lives. By challenging inequality, they give vulnerable people more opportunities and, importantly, they ensure that their voices are heard.
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Rainbow Family Centre
Rathbone
rathbone
Rathebone
39a George Street
Dumfries
DG1 1EA
T: 01387 255274
E: dumfries@rathboneuk.org
W: www.rathbone.org/Pages/home.aspx
At Rathbone you can learn in a way that suits you. They will help you find a programme that’s just right for you and support you all the way through it.
Relationships Scotland Dumfries and Galloway
relationship scotland
92 Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2PS
T: 01387 251245
E: info@relationships-scotlanddg.org.uk
W: www.relationship-scotlanddg.org.uk
Relationships Scotland’s network of affiliated local services provide relationship counselling, family mediation, child contact centres and other family support services across all of mainland and island Scotland. There work supports individuals, couples and families experiencing relationship difficulties. Around 20,000 people have contact with there services each year.
REMAP
Colmar
Quarry Road
Dumfries
DG1 1QH
T: 01387 711029
Respite Now c.i.c
respite
65 Oakbank Drive
Cumnock
Ayrshire
KA18 1BA
T: 01290 430 323
E: info@respitenow.org.uk
W: www.respitenow.org.uk/index.html
Respite Now offers a range of services and products that are available to people with learning & other disabilities, their family, friends and supporters. They have used our experience at the “coal face “ to create an environment that is modern, easy to use, informative and meets the demands of the 3rd sector.
Restore Community Projects
Rhet Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Initiative
Rhubarb Tree, The
Barnhourie Mill
Dalbeattie
DG5 4PU
T: 01387 780622
Richmond Fellowship
richmond fellowship
1 Shakespeare Street
Dumfries
DG1 2JJ
T: 01387 250560
W: www.richmondfellowship.org.uk
River Cree Hatchery and Habitat Trust
T: 07798653740 or 01671402291 or 01671403722
E: mcrosbie7@aol.com or rmbell@hotmail.com or flanagan1948@yahoo.co.uk
W: www.rivercreehht.org.uk/index.html
River of Life Church
river of life
Lovers’ Walk
Dumfries
Sumfries and Galloway
DG1 1LU
T: 01387 264646 or 01387 830229
E: mark@riveroflife.org.uk
Robert The Bruce Commemoration Trust
15 High Road
Hightae
Lockerbie
DG11 1JS
T: 01387 811111
E: imchad@freeola.com
Rockerbie
3 Townhead Street
Lockerbie
DG11 2AG
T: 01576 204418
Rokpa Trust
Royal British Legion Scotland
Royal Four Towns Hall Association
School Road
Lockerbie
DG11 1JN
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
Royal Voluntary Service Dumfries and Galloway
Unit 4 & 5 Holme Industrial Estate
Ballplay Road
Moffat
Dumfriesshrie
DG10 9JU
T: 01683 221026
W:http://www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/service/1238-dumfries-and-galloway
RSABI
rsabi
RSABI
The Rural Centre
West Mains of Ingliston
Newbridge
Midlothian
EH28 8LT
T: 0131 472 4166
W: www.rsabi.org.uk
Ryan Youth Theatre
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Sacro
sacro
17 Buccleuch Street
Dumfries
DG1 2AT
T: 01387 259109
E: infodumfries@sacro.org.uk
W: www.sacro.org.uk
Salvation Army
Salvation army
157 High Street
Dumfries
DG1 2QT
T: 01387 259109
Sambeasties
6 Kingholm Road
Dumfries
DG1 4AX
T: 01387 262118
Sandhead Learning and Internet Centre (SLIC)
SLIC
Sandhead
Dumfries
DG9 9JF
T: 07585 714319
E: sandhead.internet.centre@gmail.com
W: www.sandheadlearning.co.uk
Since the inception of Sandhead Learning & Internet Centre (SLIC) in 2004, the centre has gone from strength to strength and has become an integral part of community life. The services we provide are delivered with the help of a team of dedicated, loyal and hardworking volunteers, without whom much of the centre’s work would not take place. They deliver various courses for all members of the community and carry out employment related activities for our Job Club members which also includes setting up email accounts and registration with Universal Jobmatch. As a UK Online Centre partner they are now a City & Guilds accredited centre delivering a level 3 accredited award in Online Basics.
Sanquhar and District Silver Band
Sanquhar Bowling Club
Sanquhar Royal Burgh March Riding Association
41 Forsyth Avenue
Sanqhar
DG4 6AT
T: 01659 50551 or 01659 58287
Savour the Flavours
savour the flavours
High Street
Moffat
DG10 9ET
E: liz@savourtheflavours.co.uk
Savour the Flavours was Dumfries & Galloway’s regional food and drink network, which supported and promoted local food and drink during the period 2009-2013. Savour the Flavours ceased activities in October 2013.
Savour the Flavours worked with producers, chefs, retailers, farmers’ markets, manufacturers, event organisers, schools and consumers to raise awareness of the exceptional local produce to be found in Dumfries & Galloway.
SAYLSA (The Community Rail Partnership for Carrick & Wigtownshire)
14 Vatersay Place
Kilmarnock
KA3 2GS
T: 01563 533442
E: mlm@doctors.org.uk
The SAYLSA was formed in 2007 as a community-led rail partnership with the aim of developing services and facilities for this historic railway as well as helping to secure its long-term future. It is a charity registered in Scotland and members include Community Councils, local Councillors, rail passengers, former railway staff, people with an interest in the line and ScotRail.
Scottish Childminding Association
scma
Blackhill
Newton Stewart
DG8 0NZ
T: 01581 300659
The Scottish Childminding Association (SCMA) is the only organisation dedicated to supporting childminders in Scotland. There main aim is to promote childminding as a quality childcare service. They do this in part by helping SCMA childminders to be the best they can be.
Scottish Community Development Network
Scottish Organisation for Practice Teaching
Scottish Rural Action
Scottish Wildlife Trust
Scottish wildlife trust
Unit 3
Station Yard Industrial Estate
Castle Douglas
Kirkcudbrightshire
DG7 1LA
T: 01556 504516
Scout Association Dumfriesshire District, The
Dumfries and Galloway
Sense Scotland - Dumfries and Galloway
Shambellie House Trust
SHAP
SHAP
c/o SONAS
Stapleton Road
Annan
DG12 6FB
Shaw Trust (Stranraer)
Shawl Group, The
18 Blackpark View
Stranraer
DG9 7SD
SHAX
SHAX
SHAX
Merrick House
The Crichton
Bankend Road
Dumfries
DG1 4TA
T: 01387 245358
E: info@shax.org.uk
W: www.shax.org.uk
SHAX is an independent local Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. They are based at Merrick House, The Crichton, Dumfries.
SHAX is governed by a Board of Trustees whose membership includes senior personnel from local established Support Agencies and individuals interested in supporting our aims – which are to provide practical help to individuals and families who are facing hardship brought about by homelessness.
SHAX supplies minimal cost crisis need used furniture and white goods to people in Dumfries and the surrounding areas.
Shelter Support Service - Dumfriesshire
shelter
95 Irish Street
Dumfries
Dumfries and Galloway
DG1 2NP
T: 0344 5152390
E: info@shelter.org.uk
W: scotland.shelter.org.uk
Shelter Scotland tackles the root causes of bad housing by lobbying government and local authorities for new laws and policies, and more investment, to improve the lives of homeless and badly-housed people.
Sanquhar and District Silver Band
Station Road
Sanquhar
DG4 6DG
T: 01659 50527
E: morag.driving@btinternet.com
To provide a programme of entertainment for local people and to provide a medium whereby young people may continue to practice music and progress skills learned at school.
Small Town Sounds
Dumfries and Galloway
Solway Credit Union
solway credit union
The Hub
24-26 Friars Vennel
Dumfries
DG1 2RL
T: 01387 267200
W: www.solwaycreditunion.co.uk
They are the credit union for people who live in SW Scotland – from Annandale & Eskdale in the east to the Stewartry in the west.
A credit union is a co-operative financial institution that is owned and controlled by its members and operated for the purpose of promoting thrift, providing credit at reasonable rates – or in other words it provides a way for people to pool their money and make loans to each other. A credit union is managed and controlled by a volunteer Board of Directors. All directors are members of the credit union and are elected by the membership at the AGM. Each member has one vote, regardless of the amount of their savings.
Solway Firth Partnership
solway firth
Campbell House
The Crichton
Bankend Road
Dumfries
DG1 4UQ
T: 01387 702161
E: info@solwayfirthpartnership.co.uk
W: www.solwayfirthpartnership.co.uk
Solway Firth Partnership works to support a vibrant and sustainable local economy while respecting, protecting and celebrating the distinctive character, heritage and natural features of our marine and coastal area.
They do this by working with people on both sides of the Solway Firth and further afield on a wide range of projects. They also contribute to development of policies for management of the coast and sea. They aim to engage with as many people as possible to help ensure that local views shape the future of the area.
Solway Sinfonia
solway sinfonia
E: postmaster@solwaysinfonia.org.uk
W: www.solwaysinfonia.org.uk
Solway Sound
c/o Senspry Support Services
122-124 Irish Street
Dumfries
DG1 2PB
Soul Soup
Southern Uplands Partnership
South of Scotland Beekeepers Association
South of Scotland Wildlife Hospital
South of scotland wildlife hospital
Barony College
Parkgate
Dumfries
DG1 3NE
T: 01387 860461
The South West of Scotland Piping and Drumming Academy
7 Church Crescent

Dumfries

DG1 1DF

South West Rape Crisis & Secual Abuse Centre
South West Scotland Community Rail Partnership
Sports Driving Unlimited
Sports driving unlimited
Cleuchheads
Balgray
Lockerbie
DG11 2RN
T: 01576 610544 or 07717754385
E: rosemary@sportsdrivingunlimited.org.uk
W: www.sportsdrivingunlimited.org.uk/index.html
Sports Driving is a registered charity started in 2007 by a small group of enthusiastic volunteers who are keen for people with an impairment to enjoy the fun, excitement and health benefits of taking part in sports carriage driving.
There present trustees have a wide range of skills and interests but all are eager to make sure as many as possible can take part in this remarkable sport. They agreed to use the operating name ‘Sports Driving Unlimited’ to put into words there belief that anyone with a physical or mental impairment can take part in sports carriage driving and benefit from therapeutic contact with ponies.
Spring Fling CIC
Gracefields Arts Centre
28 Edinburgh Road
Dumfries
DG1 1JQ
Springboard Charity, The
spring boards
T:07833 247 401
E: kellyj@springboarduk.org.uk
W: www.springboard.uk.net
Helping young people achieve their potential; supporting unemployed people of any age into work; and people facing multiple barriers to work.
SSAFA Forces Help
SSAFA
T: 01387 266840
E: tonyrauxaf@aol.com
SSAFA Forces Help exists to help according to need, all men and women serving, or who have served at any time, in the Armed Forces of the Crown, and their families and dependants, which include widows and widowers.
The local Branch of SSAFA Forces Help operates within Dumfriesshire and the Stewartry and its Caseworkers and visitors act as sympathetic, knowledgeable and confidential friends to people with problems and difficulties, however personal and varied, and make financial grants when needed.
St John the Evangelist Episcopal Church
St John's Town of Dalry Community Properties Trust
Stair Park Community Garden Centre
Garrchloyne
Gartland Mains
Stranraer
Wigtownshire
DG9 9BD
Step Together Volunteering
Stewartry Care
Stewartry Care
43 Cotton Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1AR
T: 01556 504699
E: enquiries@stewartrycare.co.uk
W: www.stewartrycare.co.uk
Stewartry Care is a social enterprise company and is committed to supporting our local communities. It is important to them that we remain locally owned and managed. They currently sponsor a bowling club within the region and attend many regional events to provide information about the care and support services we provide. Since its inception in 1993.Our Company has grown and expanded. Allowing them to provide a high quality of service across Dumfries and Galloway.
Stewartry Community Safety Forum
Address Line 1
Address Line 2
Town
Postcode
T:Telephone
E:Email@emailemailmail.org.uk
Stewartry Guide Association
The Stove Network Ltd
Stranraer African Drumming Group Drum for fun
W: www.drum-for-fun.co.uk
They are a not for profit community group led by volunteers. First started over 10 years ago as a result of a 10 week taster drumming course organised by the pathfinder project at Dicks Hill, they enjoyed it so much that lottery funding was applied for and they were able to buy there own drums and the group was formed. They began to meet regularly starting in Park school then moving to the ARC. Thier group has grown and changed over the years as members have come and gone but they remain a strong, active and inclusive group.
Stranraer Archery Club
Stranraer and District Community Fireworks Display
Stranraer and District Old People's Welfare Organisation Limited
Coronation Day Centre
Whitson Avenue
Stranraer
DG9 7AW
Stranraer and Galloway Visual Arts Society (Sea Piyot Arts)
T: 01776 703138
E: Stcolmans1@tiscali.co.uk
Stranraer and Rhins of Galloway Agricultural Society
T: 01776870242 or 07515902664
E: info@stranraershow.co.uk
W: www.stranraershow.co.uk
The Stranraer Show is one of Dumfries and Galloways most popular annual events. The show is organised and hosted by Stranraer & Rhins of Galloway Agricultural Society in order to showcase the best of local livestock, agricultural products and rural crafts.
The Show is the perfect mix of the traditional agricultural show where it’s all about the livestock, the competition and showmanship as well as having a huge variety trade stands, craft and food stalls and live entertainment to ensure a great day out for all the family.
Stranraer Credit Union
stranraer credit union
25 Hanover Square
Stranraer
DG9 7AG
T: 01776 706911
E: stranraer_cu@tiscali.co.uk
Stranraer Credit Union was formed originally as a Savings Club by a few local neighbours and friends in the Dickshill area of Stranraer and collections were made in the resource centre there. In 1999 it was accredited by the FSA (Financial Services Authority) as a Credit Union.
Stranraer Happy Hooves
Logan Kennels
Port Logan
Stranraer
Wigtownshire
DG9 9ND
T: 0845 241 1339
Stranraer Millennium Centre Community Trust
Stranraer millennium
75 George Street
Stranraer
Dumfries and Galloway
DG9 7JP
T: 01776 700000
E: admin@stranraermilleniumcentre.org.uk
Stranraer Recycling Group
Burges Cottage
Leswalt
Stranraer
Wigtownshire
DG9 0LG
T: 01776 870 679
E: thecanbank@yahoo.co.uk
W: www.stranrearrecycling.org.uk
The SRG was founded in 2002 and was set up as a lobby group to encourage and promote recycling in Dumfries and Galloway. A niche market was found in Aluminium cans with a pilot scheme to collect cans in the village of Portpatrick. Proceeds from sale of the Aluminium cans went to the Portpatrick Community Council.
Stranraer Town and Rural Trust
Stranraer YMCA
stranraer ymca
Thistle Business
Park/Station Street
Stranraer
Dg9 7HJ
T: 01776 700100
E: info@ymca-stranraer.org.uk
W: www.ymca-stranraer.org.uk
Stranraer YMCA would like to give the children of the Stranraer community the opportunity to become a member of our organisation.
Summerhill Community Centre
Ballochmyle Terrace
Dumfries
DG2 9EF
T: 01387 247344
Sunshine Group, The
2-6 Nith Street
Dumfries
DG1 2PW
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The Talking Newspaper Association for Dumfries and Galloway
Teenage Cancer Trust
Terrence Higgins Trust, The
terrence higgins trust
Terrenc Higgins Trust
314-320 Grays Inn Road
London
WC1X 8DP
T: 0800 802 1221
E: info@tht.org.uk
W: www.tht.org.uk/
Thorney Croft
T: 01776 888660
E: thorneyc@c-i-c.co.uk
Thorneycroft residential care home is situated in the small and friendly town of Stranraer, in the South West of Scotland. Thorneycroft caters for 60 older people, with a range of needs, including dementia and frailty. They can also provide respite support in our home.
There service also includes an adjoining day service, which offers people the opportunity to spend time with company, enjoying engaging activities and social interaction.
Threave Garden - National Trust for Scotland
Thornhill and District Music for All
Tinwald Parish Hall Committee
Turning Point Scotland
tps
22 Newall Terrace
Dumfries
DG1 1LW
T:01387 247123
E: dumfries&galloway@turningpointscotland.com
W:www.turningpointscotland.com
Turning Point Scotland has provided services in Dumfries & Galloway since 2003 and has grown to work across 19 separate locations in the region providing support to individuals living on their own, to small group of 3 to 4 people sharing accommodation.
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Uma Kadampa Meditation Centre
Upland Arts Development CIC
Upper Eskdale Development Group
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Community Hub
The Old School
Eskdalemuir
DG13 OQJ
T:01387 373760
E:nicholas.j.jennings@gmail.com
W:www.eskdalemuir.com
After extensive consultations with the remote and isolated community of Eskdalemuir, the former disused primary school was transformed into a vibrant community hub.  This is now a venue for community creative and learning activities, social events, ceilidhs, music evenings and themed evenings.  There is an art gallery, well used by local artists, a shop and a café/bar which is themed around local produce and healthy eating.  The Hub provides a number of volunteering opportunities.
Upper Nithsdale Arts & Crafts Community Initiative Limited
Known as: A’ The Airts

8-12 High Street,

Sanquhar

DG4 4AL

T: 01659 50514

E: contact@atheairts.org.uk

W: https://atheairts.org.uk/

A’ The Airts is a Community Arts and Crafts centre nestled in the heart of Upper Nithsdale, Dumrieshire, Scotland. They support the communities of upper Nithsdale as a hub where individuals can meet and express their creativity. They offer a number of facilities such as workrooms a theatre, shop and cafe.
Upper Nithsdale Family Service (Action for Chldren)
Kirkfield
Greystone Avenue
Kelloholm
Kirkconnel
DG4 6RB
T:01659 66135
E: u.nithsdale@actionforchildren.org.uk
W: Click Here
Action for Children use a system of whole-family support, providing an intensive relationship and support to contribute to the wellbeing of families they work with; this can stabalise families and enable them to overcome their difficulties and live happier lives together.If families and relationships are strengthened, children who were previously on the edge of being placed in care are able to stay at home.
Upper Nithsdale Minibus Project
20 Euchan Street
Sanquhar
DG4 6AG
T:01659 50397
Upper Nithsdale WAGGS
User and Carer Involvement
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User and Carer Involvement
Office 1,
Kindar House,
The Crichton,
Bankend Road,
Dumfries
DG1 4ZZ
T:01387 255330
E:carolynlittle@userandcarer.co.uk
W:www.userandcarer.co.uk
User and Carer Involvements mission is to ensure that people who have mental illness, dementia or learning disabilities, and their carers have a representative voice and, as a result, see positive changes in their service provision
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Vegetarian for Life
VegetarianForLife
Dalveen
Grange Road
Moffat
DG10 9HS
T:01683 220888
E:tina@vegetarianforlife.org.uk
W:www.vegetarianforlife.org.uk
Vegetarian for Life (VFL) is a young and dynamic charity that was launchd in 2008. Their vision is to improve the quality of life of the UK’s older vegetarians and vegans.
Victim Support Dumfries and Galloway
victim
9 Hanover Street
Stranraer
DG9 7SB
T:01776 707229
E: victimsupport.dumfries&galloway@victimsupportsco.org.uk
W:www.victimsupport.org.uk
Victim Support Scotland is the lead voluntary organisation in Scotland helping people affected by crime. It provides emotional support, practical help and essential information to victims, witnesses and others affected by crime. The service is free, confidential and is provided by volunteers through a network of community based victim and youth justice services and court based witness services.
Visibility
Nithbank
Dumfries
DG1 2SD
T:01387 267131
E:seehear@visibility.org.uk
W:www.visibility.org.uk
Visibility has been working with people with visual impairments for over 150 years. They support people to make their own choices and live their lives fully, confidently and independently. The people they work with are truly inspirational, together they achieve incredible things, but know that they can achieve even more. They are an innovative and forward looking organisation, ambitious for the children and adults they work with, and they continually strive to bring the most innovative and effective support services to those who need them.
VOICE
Playworks
1 George Street
Dumfries
DG1 1EA
T:01387 249990
E:christinelead@aol.com
Voluntary Health Scotland
Voluntary Health Scotland
Mansfield Traquair Centre
15 Mansfield Place
Edinurgh
EH3 6BB
T:0131 474 6189
E: mail@vhscotland.org.uk
W:www.vhscotland.org.uk
Voluntary Health Scotland are the national membership body for voluntary organisations working to improve health, tackle health inequalities or provide health care.
Volunteer Recruitment Forum
VRF Chair;
Kathy Berman
Support in Mind Scotland
Kaleidoscope
Bankend Road
Dumfries
DG1 4ALT: 01387 249513
E: kathybnsf@aol.co.uk
The Volunteer Recruitment Forum (VRF) is a constituted peer support group of volunteer co-ordinators from a number of voluntary agencies in Dumfries & Galloway who collaborate in the recruitment (and signposting) of volunteers.
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Wanlockhead Museum Trust
wanlockheadmuseum
Hidden Treasures,
Museum of Lead Mining
Wanlockhead
ML12 6UT
T: 01659 74387
E: miningmuseum@hotmail.com
W: www.leadminingmuseum.co.uk
Uncover our treasures including a real 18th century lead mine set deep in the hillside where visitors can experience the thrill of going underground. Make your way along village paths to the two miners’ cottages and see how the miners really lived before exploring the second oldest subscription Library in Europe, which has recently gained Recognition status as being a collection of National Significance. Enter the Visitor Centre to discover a fantastic display of rocks, minerals, gold, mining and local artefacts.
Wellness & Recovery College, University of West Scotland
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Dumfries Campus
Dudgeon House
DG1 4ZN
The Dumfries and Galloway Wellness and Recovery College, is a local initiative that delivers a range of wellness and recovery focussed learning and development opportunities.
West Galloway U3A
C/o Briarbank,
Dunragit,
Stranraer,
Wigtownshire
DG9 8PL
T: 01581 300240
W: www.westgallowayu3a.magix.net
Whauphill Community Association
Whitecraigs
1 Curlew Close
Newton Stewart
Wheelie Fun
Whithorn and District Business Association
55 George Street
Whithorn
Newton Stewart
DG8 8NU
T: 01988 500038
E: g.bailey@whithornbroadband.net
To promote business and business development within Whithorn and Mochrum registration area. Strive to maximise tourist potential, and give assistance and support to members and promote a pride in the area.
Wigtownshire Indoor Bowling Centre
Whithorn Trust, The
45-47 George Street
Whithorn
Newton Stewart
DG8 8NS
T: 01988 500508
E: enquiries@whithorn.com
W: www.whithorn.com
The Royal Burgh of Whithorn has an important history which is immediately obvious from the medieval street layout. Even more significant is the hidden evidence of the early origins of a settlement on this site going back to the 5th century, Scotland’s first Christian community.
Wigtown Agricultural Society
Crailloch
Port William
DG8 9RN
T: 01988 860233
W: wigtownshow.org.uk
Wigtown Bay Sailing Club
15 Goose Eye
Keighley
BD22 OPD
T: 01535 663847
E: Linda.sec.wbsc@btinternet.com
W: www.wigtownbaysailingclub.org
Wigtown Festival Company Ltd
Wigtownshire Animal Welfare Association
Animal Welfare Support Shop
24 – 26 Castle Street
Stranraer
Wigtownshire
DG9 7RT
T: 01776 854273
Wigtownshire Community Sports Centre
19 Lochdale
Stranraer
DG9 7TE
T: 07921 857042
E: brendanh170@gmail.com
Wigtownshire Community Transport
c/o DGFirst
Commerce Road
Stranraer
DG9 7DD
T: 01776 707500
E: wigtownshirecommunitytransport@yahoo.co.uk
Wigtownshire Sports Council
c/o The Millennium Centre
75 George Street
Stranraer
DG9 7JP
T: 07717 758 638
E: sportscouncil@btinternet.com
W: www.wigtownshiresportscouncil.co.uk
The Sports Council offers its members financial assistance to support training, purchase of equipment, entry fees or travel to competitions and training. The Sports Council organises the annual Sports Personality Awards recognising the sporting achievements of Wigtownshire sports people.
Wigtownshire Women's Aid
Queen Street
Newton Stewart
Wigtownshire
DG8 6JW
T: 01671 402403 or 01776 703104
E: wigwa@hotmail.co.uk
W: www.scottishwomensaid.org.uk
Scottish Women’s Aid is the lead organisation in Scotland working towards the prevention of domestic abuse. They play a vital role campaigning and lobbying for effective responses to domestic abuse.
World Peace Prayer Society, The
Allanton Sanctuary
Auldgirth
Dumfries
DG2 0RY
T: 01387 740642
E: allanton@worldpeace-uk.org
W: www.worldpeace.org
World Wide Volunteering
wwv
Kelton Mill Cottage
Kelton
Castle Douglas
DG7 1RZ
T: 01935 825588
E: wwv@wwv.org.uk
W: www.wwv.org.uk
WWV supports people of all ages and backgrounds to take positive action to change their lives. They work with some of the most disadvantaged people in the UK to build skills, confidence, self-esteem and most importantly, to enable people to re-connect and engage in and with their local communities and the wider world.
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Xcel Youth Trust
Market Place
High Street
Langholm
DG13 0JQ
T: 01387 380886
E: xcelproject@gmail.com
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Yorkhill Children's Charity
Youth Alive
youth alive
Youth Alive
Lighthouse Church
Maxwell Street
DG2 7AN
T: 01387 259257
E:youthalive@btinternet.com
W: www.youth-alive-dg.org.uk/index.html
Youth Scotland (D&G)

Associate Members
Auchencairn Community Council for Heuchan Memorial Fund
Balmaclellan Community Council
Borgue Community Council
Crossmichael and District Community Council
Dalbeattie Community Council
Dalry Community Council
Kelton Community Council
Kirkcolm Community Council
Kirkpatrick Juxta Community Council
Moffat and District Community Council
Penpont Community Council
Port William Community Council
Portpatrick Community Council
Ruthwell and Clarencefield Community Council
Stranraer Community Council
The Royal Burgh of Lochmaben Community Council