Andrew Black’s experimental documentary focuses on the Washburn Valley in North Yorkshire, overshadowed by a monstrous satellite surveillance station, submerged beneath reservoirs, and haunted by generations of past inhabitants.

Rooted: Growing a Local Food Ecosystem meets nature friendly farmers and food producers across D&G, explores ways to access local food, and visits community projects. Includes a seed swap, plus snacks from the Galloway Food Hub. 

An informal gathering to generate connection and discussion, exploring sustainability in artistic vision and enterprise, and the value of the UNESCO Biosphere to creative businesses.

Jane Bailey’s popular monthly Mini Yoga Retreats continue at Cample! Enjoy some guided Yin Yoga, meditation, and Yoga Nidra instruction, with a cuppa and home-baking.

Join us on Weds 13 March for our next Book group discussion. Our current read is Cecile Pin’s debut novel Wandering Souls, which begins November 1978 – Vung Tham, Vietnam.

Our first exhibition of 2024 opens this Spring. We are delighted to announce an exhibition of new and recent work by Scottish painter Gabriella Boyd: ‘At the moment I seem to be arriving at places that feel like a heightened sensory perception of an environment.’

Past events

Find a range of downloadable materials for activities you can do from home.