Pinwherry and Pinmore

Working together as a community in South Ayrshire

Pinwherry and Pinmore

Working together as a community in South Ayrshire

Pinwherry and Pinmore

Working together as a community in South Ayrshire

Pinwherry and Pinmore

Working together as a community in South Ayrshire

Pinwherry and Pinmore

Working together as a community in South Ayrshire

Pinwherry and Pinmore

Working together as a community in South Ayrshire

Latest News

PPCC Working on Community Littering Events

PPCC Working on Community Littering Events

The PPCC have been working on areas, in our community which have had littering events, it has now been agreed to move the waste bin in Pinmore [Dinvin Road] to be next to the Bus Stop to prevent littering, this has successfully been carried out by the Waste Management...

PPCDT Spring 2022 Newsletter

PPCDT Spring 2022 Newsletter

The Pinwherry and Pinmore Community Development Trust Spring 2021 Community Newsletter is now available to view online and download. Please scroll down the page to view. It is also uploaded on the Documents page of our community website.

PPCC

Pinwherry Pinmore Community Council Meetings

PLEASE NOTE New PPCC Meeting times are now 7pm

Community Development Trust

PPCC Community Council

Pinwherry Community Association

Our Community

The small villages of Pinwherry and Pinmore are situated 6 to 8 miles south of Girvan on the A714, surrounded by farmland in a beautiful part of the Stinchar Valley.

Pinwherry village grew up where the River Duisk flows into the River Stinchar and looks west along the valley to Knockdolian Hill. At one time there were railway stations in both Pinwherry and Pinmore on the line between Girvan and Stranraer.

There is an existing village hall, however Pinwherry and Pinmore are developing a new Community Centre which is more accessible for people and visitors.

The ruins of Pinwherry Castle stand within the grounds of Pinwherry House, and can be seen from the road when entering the village from Newton Stewart. It dates from around the end of the sixteenth century.

The area is a perfect spot for the outdoor enthusiast, with many walks nearby and good fishing on the Stinchar. There is a great variety of wildlife in the valley, including red squirrel, deer, otters and badgers.

Stinchar Valley Magazine

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