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The Mill on the Fleet

The Mill on the Fleet was built in 1788 as a cotton spinning mill and restored as a visitor and exhibition centre by Dumfries and Galloway Council in the 1980s. It is also houses the Gatehouse Tourist Information Centre.

The Mill cafe kindly agreed to let us use their space to host 'Meal and Movie' nights, during Covid restrictions. This meant we could can all enjoy and healthy cooked meal and relax afterwards with a film, while maintaining social distancing and keeping everyone safe. We even had our own Bake off competition for the youths to take part in.


The Breakpad bike shop

The Break Pad Bike Shop at Kirroughtree Mountain Bike Trailhead is where we hire mountain bikes for our youth trips.


Galloway Community Transport

Started in 2001 as Glenkens Transport Initiative and re-named in 2019 as Galloway Community Transport, our charity has become an important part of the local community and is greatly valued by people living in an area with very limited public transport. We hire their buses for all trips and excursions.


Station House Cookery School

Station House Cookery School is a unique experience in Dumfries and Galloway.  Developed in the beautiful train station buildings in the picturesque fishing town of Kirkcudbright, Nick and the team offer a wide range of cookery classes for all ages and tastes delivered by passionate and knowledgeable tutors.  We have had many fun and educational classes as a group learning new skills and recipies.


Wheels of Fleet

This new bicycle project based at the Mill on the Fleet in Gatehouse, aims to encourage more people to use the bike for journeys, enjoying all the benefits that go with it. With successful funding applications from Cycling Scotland and Cycling UK, they are organising bike maintenance workshops, led bike rides and riding lessons. We regularly partner to help our youths with bike repair and affordable bikes.


Youth Work Dumfries and Galloway Council

We promote Dumfries and Galloway council youth work. They work across the region in variety of locations including community buildings and schools. They also also have their own youth bases:

  • The Oasis Youth Centre in Dumfries

  • The Youth Base, Douglas Ewart high school

  • Agnew Park, Stranraer

  • Lockerbie Youth Room, town hall

  • Gretna Youth Room, Richard Greenhow Centre


Gatehouse Tennis Club

Gatehouse Tennis Club is a friendly, welcoming club registered with the Lawn Tennis Association and Tennis Scotland. 

The club has one tarmac court. 

The club welcomes players of all ages and stages and for anyone who would like to try tennis or is considering club membership.

We have membership and run regular tennis sessions for your youths.

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