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17th June 2015


The Cally Temple Project is an example of how the passion of local people for their historic environment can lead to heritage projects that create opportunities for volunteering and learning.

There will be three illustrated talks on the Cally Temple project and the Designed Landscape of Cally in the Faed Gallery, Mill on the Fleet at 2 pm on Thursday 25th June. This will be followed by a visit to the Temple where there will be an opportunity to hear some of the poems which have been inspired by the Cally Temple project.

This will be a great opportunity to learn all about what has been achieved at Cally over the last few years, to learn how Gatehouse has been working with communities from across Europe and to see the restoration work which has been carried out at the Temple.

The Cally Temple project is supported by Heritage Lottery Fund, Forestry Commission, South West Environmental Action Trust, Solway Heritage, Dumfries and Galloway Council, Scottish Book Trust, the Galloway Preservation Society and the Murray Usher Foundation

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