Scotland’s most southerly point The Mull of Galloway Experience has announced their opening times and events for May 2016, they include a Spring craft Market and a Smugglers weekend plus much much more.
Spring Craft Market
Our next event is the Spring Craft Market on Sunday 29th May. Local crafters and artists from the Kirkmaiden area and further afield will be displaying and selling their crafts from 10am until 4pm
Bookings are now being taken for the talks and tours that will be taking place during our Smugglers’ Weekend with Francis Wilkins on 9th and 10th July. Details of how to book can be found on the events page of our website.
Saturday 9th July – 10am to 12.30pm – A Lecture: The Mull of Galloway Smugglers’ Homecoming
2 to 5pm – A Tour: The Bay of Luce Smugglers’ Route: The West
Sunday 10th July – 10am to 12.30pm- A Lecture: The Bay of Luce’s Smuggling Story
2 to 5pm – A Tour: The Bay of Luce Smugglers’ Route: The East
5pm Grand Finale: African Drummers outside the Gallie Craig Coffee House, Mull of Galloway.
Lightkeeper‘s Garden Project
The Lightkeeper’s Garden project continues and volunteers are very welcome to join us. The living willow structure is now in place and this is an interactive 6ft boat in which children can play inside once the garden is officially open. Raised vegetable plots, a decking area, plants to encourage wildlife and bug hotels are all included in the plans for the garden. You can follow our progress on the Grow Wild Website.
The Mull of Galloway is an approved venue authorised to host civil ceremonies. We can cater for intimate ceremonies consisting of 25 guests or less at our unique site at Scotland’s most southerly point. Visit our website for further details.