Kyle Excursions - New Galloway
Friday 11 January
South Ayrshire Community Transport – New Galloway
New Galloway was established by Viscount Kenmure in 1633 and is the smallest royal burgh in Scotland. The village’s attractive high street features the town hall with its striking tower and whitewashed stone cottages. Nearby are the ruins of Kenmure Castle which has an unfortunate history of being burned down three times.
Pick Up: 09.30
We strongly advise you to pay in advance to secure your seat on any of our trips.
You can pay by card by telephoning: 01292 270864 or
John Pollock Centre, Mainholm Road, Ayr, KA8 0QD
* All times are approximate. We`ll contact you shortly before your trip to confirm your pick up time.
Please note, unless otherwise stated, "Cost" does NOT include meals, refreshments or admission charges.