December 15, 2020
Fogbank over Mull of Galloway

Investigating the Mull of Galloway

The dramatic Mull of Galloway has long been an enigmatic location. There is archaeological evidence of human activity there from the Neolithic onwards, but the site […]
November 19, 2020

Myths, Legends, and Folklore

Do you know of any stories, ancient or modern, true or fantastic, connected to places on the Rhins coast? We would love to hear from you […]
November 5, 2020

A Hero set in Stone

The Kilmorie Stone, at Kirkcolm Church, dates to the 9th-10th centuries and features a depiction of mythical Scandinavian hero Sigurd, famous for many daring deeds including […]
October 12, 2020
Glittering Ruby tail Wasp on Grass of Parnassus flower

Flower Fridays to appear live!

Our Flower Friday Facebook posts have proved so popular that they will be appearing live this summer! We are currently in discussions with Logan Botanic Garden […]
September 23, 2020

Coast visits inspire song-writing

We had a great couple of days working with pupils from Portpatrick Primary school. Two days outside exploring the beach and coastal cliffs provided lots of […]
September 2, 2020

Squirrel Spotting

There are several places on The Annandale Way where you might see Red squirrels. There is a good chance of seeing them in Corncockle wood and […]
July 19, 2020
Family crossing bridge at Euchan Glen

Euchan Glen

July 14, 2020
Doon Castle Ruins from above

Rhins Revealed: Archaeology Talk

Join us on Wednesday 22nd July at 7pm The RGCP Facebook will host an online talk with archaeologist Graeme Cavers of AOC Archaeology Group. Graeme will talk […]
May 6, 2020
Southern Upland Way

COVID-19 Statement

July 15th In line with many other Scottish Long Distance Trails activities we have gradually reopened the SUW from 3rd July 2020 as the 5 mile […]