Knackerin' his'sel fir the airts...


26 Feb 19
by Billie Jones

Galloway Forest Park at Kirroughtree

Project Co-ordinator and Festival Director Nathon Jones will be taking to the Galloway Forest Park this coming May to run/cycle in the Galloway Hillbillies Kirroughtree Hillbilly Duathlon, a 10km run and 18km mountain bike, to raise funds for The Vault Arts Centre and annual music & dance festival.

The Kirroughtree Hillbilly Duathlon consists of a 10km trail run followed by an 18km mountain bike around the flowing trails of the Galloway Forest Park. The run follows walkers paths and forest road, with the mountain bike route sticking to the 7stanes red route (The Twister).

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6th annual music festival

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