Soup Soup

Soup Soup are looking for 4 meters of Kitchen Worktop. 

Dumfries Community Radio (DCR Online) Goes LIVE

After months of planning and hard work, Dumfries’s first 24/7 online radio station will launch on Friday 26 October at 4 pm. 

Based in new studios in the grounds of The Crichton, the station has been set up by Dumfries residents Graham Anderson, Fiona Jones and Aaron Kelly who together, bring a wealth of experience to the not-for-profit station which aims to broadcast music, promote local events, groups and organisations; and will reflect the latest news for the town’s community.

Members of the community will play a big part in DCR Online.  The aim is to recruit and train a network of community volunteers who will contribute to interviews and features from a large number of events across the town, as well as hosting and presenting specialist shows. 

Dumfries & Galloway Youth Council

Dumfries and Galloway Council are looking for young people aged 12-25 who want to get stuff done in their community. The youth council will be an activist group that makes sure decision makers listen to and act on the views of young people.

Lets Change Competition

Do you have an idea that could create positive change? Enter #LetsChangeThat 2018 competition before 5th November for the opportunity to win £1000 to put your idea into action.

Year of the Young Person - Youth Awards

Dumfries and Galloway Council are hosting their first annual Dumfries and Galloway Youth Awards at Easterbrook Hall in December. They are looking for nominations for their enterprise and regeneration category.

Dumfries and Galloway Pride Survey

Following on from the Dumfries and Galloway Pride event on 15th September, LGBT Plus want to hear from all of the community on their thoughts and opinions of this year's event.