Scotland's most southerly point
Scotland's most southerly point

Category Archives: MoG Blog

Easter at the Mull of Galloway

Easter at the Mull of Galloway

Easter fun at the Mull of Galloway Join us for lots of fun family events including storytelling, arts and crafts and lots more on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th April 2015. The lighthouse and lighthouse exhibition will be open from 10am until 4pm on Saturday and Sunday (last entry to the top of the towerContinue Reading

BBC The Adventure Show

BBC The Adventure Show

Cameron McNeish visited the Mull of Galloway last year filming for his BBC “The Adventure Show” programme introducing his long walk up Scotland, from the Mull of Galloway to Islay. Cameron McNeish climbed the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse and walked the Rhins of Galloway coast  and beyond in this recent BBC2 programme. See his spectacularContinue Reading

Kirkmaiden Local Resilience Groups

Kirkmaiden Local Resilience Groups

Drummore and Port Logan Resilience Groups Maureen Chand, Chairperson of the Mull of Galloway Trust recently presented hand held radios to Betty Beck and Jean Humphrey, Chairs of Drummore and Port Logan Resilience Groups. This should help these local volunteers to keep in touch with each other by radio during times of emergency in theContinue Reading

SPOOKtober Halloween at the Mull of Galloway

SPOOKtober Halloween at the Mull of Galloway

Join us at the Mull of Galloway Experience for a Halloween event on Sunday 26th October from 10am until 4pm – SPOOKtober!! Download our poster for SPOOKtober at the Mull of Galloway Spooktober! Halloween at the Mull of Galloway Kids and big kids come along in Halloween fancy dress for a family fun spooky dayContinue Reading

Mull of Galloway Shipwreck

Mull of Galloway Shipwreck

SS Enda Shipwreck at the Mull of Galloway At 5.00am on the 27th February 1933 the passenger/cargo ship SS Enda ran aground just south of the village of Port Logan on the Mull of Galloway. The ship, on charter to Burns & Laird Line Ltd of Glasgow was a 860 ton iron steam ship. ItContinue Reading

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