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Community Action Plan Update
Posted on : 4th June 2017

At the end of last year consultants Community Links Scotland carried out a survey and consultation of what people in Thornhill wanted for the community. The results of this survey have since been worked up into a Community Action Plan …

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Scotland’s Biggest Little Festival is back !
Posted on : 29th March 2016

Scotland’s Biggest Little Festival is back ! . Now in its 4th Year Thornhill Music Festival will once again have the ducal village rocking over the May Holiday Weekend (29th April to May 1st) As always the festival will be …

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Thornhill Christmas Fayre
Posted on : 29th October 2015

Thornhill Christmas Fayre and Late Night Shopping Monday 7th December between 6pm and 9pm. Craft Fair, Nithsdale Singers, The Ragtime Rascals, Buccleuch and Queensberry Caledonia Pipe Band, Santa’s Grotto, Free Kiddie Rides and Bottle Stall. Click here to view the …

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Thornhill Music Festival 2015
Posted on : 23rd February 2015

Now in its 3rd year Thornhill Music Festival runs from 1st May until the 3rd May 2015. Once again the festival brings a rich and diverse programme of music to the village including acclaimed Blues artist Aynsley Lister . The …

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Late Night Xmas Shopping
Posted on : 25th November 2014

Thornhill Late Night Xmas Shoping will be on Monday December 1st between 6pm and 9pm. Entertainment includes Pipe Band & Santa’s Grotto. Come along and join the fun.

Mrs Adam’s Bequest
Posted on : 24th June 2014

Following the Public Meeting held at Wallace Hall Academy on November  12th, it was agreed that Thornhill Community Council would carry out a feasibility study on the Duke William project , (to include state of the art library facilities, meeting …

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MapWhere we are

Thornhill is at the heart of Dumfries & Galloway in south west Scotland in the beautiful rolling countryside of Nithsdale, steeped in history both natural & physical.

1.5 Hours from Edinburgh by Car.
1.5 Hours from Glasgow by Car.
2 Hours from Newcastle by Car.