Mill Sessions : Nick Harper: 58 Fordwych Road

Thursday April 11th  7.30pm

Tickets £12 from TicketSource or on the door.

58 Fordwych Road is an all new show that centres around a living room in a flat in Kilburn, London in the 1960sThe abode of up and coming singer songwriter Roy Harper and his wife Mocy was an after hours hang-out for the legends who played at Les Cousins in Soho at the height of the acoustic explosion in swingin' sixties London.

Artists such as Bert Jansch, Davy Graham, John Renbourn, Paul Simon, Sandy Denny, Marc Bolan and others dropped in, to drop out, jam and try new tunes. But all along, there was someone else there .... a toddler, part of the family, inhaling the music and absorbing the vibe; Roy's young son, Nick Harper.

Christmas Fair

Sunday 2nd December 

2 - 6pm

Stalls will include:

Arts & Crafts

Christmas Gifts 

Seasonal Produce

with Festive Refreshments and Entertainment

All Welcome

Mill Session : Vanja Modigh

Friday 9th November : 7.30pm

£10 on the door or in advance from Ticketsource

From the Land of the Midnight Sun comes this hauntingly beautiful a-capella trio. Discover captivating, strong and magical music with arrangements filled with innovative rhythmical beats, power and humour as well as heart. Vanja Modigh draw from their rich Nordic folk heritage, mixing original material with their own arrangements of traditional songs in a new and authentic way. Vanja Modigh bring the colourful northern lights to their performance and create a sound that won’t leave anyone unmoved.

William Nicholson: The Borgue Piper and Poet

Friday October 19th : 7.30pm

With pipers Jock Agnew and David Hannay, and readings by Mike Duguid.

William Nicholson (1782–1849) was born in Borgue. He was also known variously as "The Bard of Galloway" and the itinerant singer "Wandering Wull". His best writing makes distinctive use of his native Scots language and many of his works are in the form of song. He is probably best remembered today for "The Brownie of Blednoch".

Admission Free

George Fraser, Mountaineer

Friday 12 October : 7.30pm

Sue Agnew

George Fraser, a mountaineer from Gatehouse of Fleet, died in 1959 on expedition in the Himalayas during an attempt on Ama Dablam, one of the most beautiful peaks in the Himalayas. George Fraser and his climbing partner Mike Harris were last seen through swirling mists moving strongly toward the summit, having apparently overcome the last difficult steps. They were not seen again ...

Event: Orographic - by Oceanallover

Doors Open Days 2018
2 September 2018
 
This project is about morphography, transfiguration, mapping, describing, showing and epitomising; it is about mountains, desire, emotion, before and after, landscape, drawing, moving, falling down, gravity, ecology and responsibility.
Feis Rois
Feis Rois

Feis Rois Ceilidh Trail 2018

Cairnsmore of Fleet National Nature Reserve @ The Mill on the Fleet

Friday 27th July 2018 : 12-2pm

Free Admission - Donations Welcome

A live traditional music performance from some of Scotland's most exciting up and coming artists.