Dryfesdale Lodge News


Tundergarth Primary Exhibition

Online Exhibition Goes Live Pupils at Tundergarth primary school, near Lockerbie, have been working on a local history project this term, exploring the story of the Corrie dragon that features on their school badge.   Do you know the legend of the Corrie dragon?   To find out more about the Corrie dragon and the view […]


Online Exhibition Coming Soon

New online exhibition featuring work from Tundergarth primary school to be launched early June!  Over the years Dryfesdale Lodge has hosted a number of fascinating temporary exhibitions along side our memorial and local history displays. But having closed at the end of the 2019 summer season and not having had a chance to reopen since, […]


Financial boost from local business

Trusts financial boost from local business Lots of heritage sites and visitor centres have struggled over the last year with forced closures and then restricted re-openings and having been shut since October 2019, the Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Centre in Lockerbie is no exception. However, a kind donation form Russell Roof Tiles will have helped easy […]


Pan Am Flight 103 Online Memorial Service 2020, Dec. 21 at 7:03 p.m. GMT

The service will honor the 270 people, who were killed when Pan Am Flight 103 was destroyed by a terrorist bomb over Lockerbie, Scotland.


Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Centre goes live for Doors Open Day 2020

Check out the two wee films on Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Centre and the Garden of Remembrance for Doors Open Day 2020


Virtual Door Open Day 2020

During weekends in September, virtual visitors can explore sites across Scotland from the depths of the Paisley Abbey drain to the heights of Angus’ Airlie Monument.


Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Center going online for Doors Open Day

Doors Open Days is Scotland’s largest free festival that celebrates heritage and the built environment. It offers free access to over a thousand venues across the country throughout September, every year.


Unfortunately we are closed due to Covid-19 virus

Unfortunately the Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Centre will be closed due to the Covid-19 virus for the foreseeable future.


Lockerbie Air Disaster Quilt to feature on Imperial War Museum website

The quilt by the Solway Quilters depicts a tree with falling leaves representing the people who died onboard the plane Pan Am Flight 103 when it was bombed in flight on 21st December 1988.


Photos taken by Timothy McCracken on the 21-12-19

Photos taken of the Garden of Remembrance on the 31st anniversary of the Lockerbie Bombing

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