Penpont Heritage Centre

Penpont

Penpont is a small but thriving village in the beautiful area of mid-Nithsdale in Dumfries and Galloway in Southwest Scotland.

Unusually for a place of its size, it still has its church and primary school, a post office and tearoom, a general store, a service garage, a bus service and an active community council.

Each year there is a week long Gala held in the first week of July.

It also has a rich and generally well-recorded history, which includes its main claim to fame as the birthplace of the remarkable African explorer, Joseph Thomson.

 

If you would like to make a donation to the group, please click here to contact us. Thank you.


General

General

The Centre is now closed for the season. We are available to individuals or groups by appointment.  Click here to contact us.

 

 

NEW PAGES!

We are pleased to have the Joseph Thomson Maasai Trust and the Olakira Le Maa Trust join our website. These new pages are: 

JT Maasai Trust

The Walk

The Olakira Le Maa Trust

 

Information

 If you are looking for any heritage information please do not hesitate to contact us by clicking here.

 

EVENT:

Our next event is an exhibition remembering the World War One, Sunday 12 November to 20 November 2017 1.00 - 3.00 pm in the Centre.  Please check out the Forthcoming Events page to see what is planned by clicking here.

Group Bookings

We welcome individuals, groups and school parties. Please contact us to arrange your booking.

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Become a Friend

Become a Friend

Would you like to help this Centre continue and flourish?

If YES you could:

1. Become a member.

2. Donate/loan materials to our archives.

3. Help fund running costs by becoming a friend.

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