Castle Douglas Quaker Meeting
Due to Covid-19, Meetings for Worship in Scotland may not be meeting in person. Meetings may be making alternative arrangements online. Please contact the meeting for information. See the advice given to Quaker Meetings for more details.
Meeting Place: Community Centre, Cotton Street, Castle Douglas DG7 1AJ (please use rear entrance)
Meeting for Worship: Sundays at 10.30 a.m. Children welcome, please contact us for details.
Meeting accessible to wheelchair-users via rear door, including toilet and car-parking space.
Hearing loop available, please ask.
Castle Douglas is in south-west Scotland, about half way between Dumfries and Kirkcudbright. South west Scotland has taken up the 'theme town' concept championed so successfully by Wigtown, since it won its designation as Scotland's National Book Town. Kirkcudbright is being branded as an Art Town. With approximately fifty local businesses involved in either producing or selling food and drink, it is easy to see why Castle Douglas has been designated a Food Town. The "theme town" concept certainly makes these locations stand out as being of importance to anyone with an interest in a particular theme, be it books, art or food.
Phone: 01556 504 909
Email: castledouglas [at] quaker.org.uk