Save the Date!
6th November 2018 – 18:15pm to 21:30pm
the Catstrand, New Galloway
The Dumfries Archival Mapping Project (DAMP) will be holding their 6th annual evening at the Catstrand, New Galloway in early November.
The Headline of the evening is ‘Maps with woods and trees’. There will be talks about Dumfries & Galloway’s most ancient woodlands; an introduction to place names that have woodland or tree relevance and superstition and the singles trees including the Carlingwalk Thorns, situated within the Galloway Glens area of Castle Douglas.
These evenings are very popular and we would advise booking early so as not to be disapointed!
Full ticket (incl. food and membership) – £23 pounds, Evening only – £15 pounds
For more info and to book a place, contact Archie McConnel on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme for the evening
This is scheduled to take 45 minutes but with luck we can get on to the more exciting part of the evening sooner rather than later.
Finger buffet served with soft drinks. A bar will be open for those who would like something stronger.
7.45pm: Woodlands on the maps
Short talks regarding two of the region’s most ancient woodlands; Lochwood near Moffat and Kier Wood near Penpont. This will be followed by an introduction to place names that have woodland or tree relevance. Plus maps and panel discussion.
8.40pm: Short break
8.45pm: Single Trees on the maps
Further short talks on superstition and singles trees, the Carlingwark Thorns and the Ancient Tree Inventory. Plus Maps and panel discussion.
9.30pm: Finish and Close