Dumfries and Galloway Family History Society is based at the Family History Research Centre.
It holds an extensive library of documents, directories, newspaper indices, CD's and microfiches for the study of family history and the local history of the South West of Scotland.Resources on microfilm and microfiche include the censuses of 1881, 1891 and 1901, Dumfries Newspapers up to 1900 and Wigtownshire Newspapers for 1833 - 1900.
A number of useful resources are available on their website and there is an Online Shop where a variety of books can be purchased. You can also purchase or renew membership online.
Dumfries and Galloway Family History Research Centre, 9 Glasgow Street, Dumfries DG2 9AF
r 01387 248093
Annan Art Club are a group of people who paint/sketch as a hobby.
A ladies singing group based in Annan but with members from throughout the local area.
Annan Town Band celebrated their centenary in 2001.
Organising regular walks in the area and beyond - come and join us!
The only bridge club in the Annan area which is affiliated to the Scottish Bridge Union.
The Society is based at the Family History Research Centre in Dumfries.
One of the oldest active Ladies' Burns Clubs in the world, founded in 1928.
We are one of the masonic lodges in the town of Annan.
The Annan branch of a National men's club for retired people with varied interests.
The Group was established to foster a shared interest in varied aspects of needlework.
Get involved in raising funds for local charities / projects and good causes.
Two pipe bands merged to form "The Royal Burgh Of Annan Pipe Band".
Open to both men and women, the Solway Burns Club was founded in 1921.
A group of like minded people who enjoy organising events for the town.