Kirkcudbright Youth Project is looking for a couple of enthusiastic adult volunteers to help at the junior sessions on some Wednesday nights 6pm – 7:30pm. We have a fantastic group of young people aged 9 – 13 and as our member numbers have increased, we are looking for some volunteers to help supervise the young … Read more
The Trust have received a request from Dumfries and Galloway Council to post an appeal for volunteers to work in our new art gallery. Here it is. Volunteering Opportunities at Kirkcudbright Galleries Are you interested in engaging with our future visitors, letting them know about the wide variety of artists and artistic styles of those who … Read more
The Kirkcudbright Festival Management and Partnership Group is seeking to commission a Festival Guest Curator with an international reputation. She or he will help research and programme a high-quality arts festival. In essence, the appointment of Festival Guest Curator is the artistic fulcrum of this project, and will bring all the cultural elements of the … Read more
The new constitution for Kirkcudbright Development Trust was agreed at an EGM on 4th September 2017. You can find a copy here.
KDT will hold an extraordinary general meeting on 4th September at 18:30 in Daar Road House to ratify a new constitution. The proposed new constitution can be found here. The changes to the constitution are as follows. We have based the new constitution on the latest template from the Development Trust Association of Scotland which … Read more
The 2016 accounts for Kirkcudbright Development Trust can be found here. Our income for the year was £113,578 and our expenditure was £56,688, giving an overall surplus for 2016 of £56,890. The Trustees would be happy to answer any questions you may have on the accounts.
Kirkcudbright Development Trust have been awarded £140,000 from The Holywood Trust to help with the redevelopment of the Johnston School. This award follows hot on the heels of our Big Lottery Award bringing our total for the project to nearly £1,000,000. Work continues to apply for further funding from other organisations in order that the … Read more
The Trust is now running Silvercraigs Caravan Park under a service level agreement with Dumfries & Galloway Council. It is hoped that the Park will be transferred to the Trust in autumn 2017. Colin Wyper and his team have made a huge difference to the park and the letters of complaint received by the Council … Read more
Galloway Forest Park is one of the darkest places in the UK and has been awarded a Dark Sky Park designation, one of only four in the western world. Part of the development of the Johnston School will be a Dark Sky Visitor Centre open to the public promoting the park and all things astronomical. … Read more