We strive to make sure that all in attendance to a Stove event have a safe and enjoyable experience. When booked to attend a Stove event, the following should be adhered to:
Nith Life is a new, grassroots, community-led group that is exploring ways to ensure the River Nith is recognised as a significant part of the region’s sustainability plans for the future. The Stove Network and The Galloway & Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere are supporting Nith Life in its development. Nith Life and The Galloway & Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere in partnership with the University of Manchester are hosting a series of interactive workshops in locations along the River Nith including Thornhill, Sanquhar and Glencaple.
This display is an opportunity for everyone to contribute their thoughts on the river, to explore how we can shape the future of the river together. It includes creative, interactive games about the local and global perspectives of sustainability and climate change.
More information about the Biosphere available here:
Access Information: GENERIC Level Access in rear of building through adjacent close to left-hand side of the Cafe (facing the front of the building). To ensure your experience with us is as best as it can be, please do let us know if you have any specific access requirements and we’d be happy to help. Please email Kevin or Sal on: [email protected] or phone 01387 252435 and speak with one of our team. We are able to provide walk-throughs of the building before attending our events as well as assign seating before your arrival.