A SENSE OF COMMUNITY
The picturesque village of Kippford nestles on the banks of the Urr Estuary on Dumfries and Galloway’s stunning Colvend Coast in south-west Scotland.
The Kippford Association exists primarily to promote the benefits of living in Kippford and the surrounding area, looking after the interests of the residents.
Wind: 24km/h ENE
UV index: 6
A Hidden Gem
Kippford is often referred to as a hidden gem or Scotland’s Riviera Coast. It combines beautiful seaside scenes with some old-world charm.
On most historical maps, Kippford is listed as Scaur, which was the original title. Scaur is a Scottish word that refers to a steep cliff or bank.
Looking after the interests of the village
The Kippford Association exists to represent the Villagers and look after the interests of the village. This includes managing the village hall, providing recreational facilities and organising cultural and social activities. Everyone who is a resident of Kippford is automatically deemed a member of the Association, which is run by a committee of local residents. We rely on fundraising events and the generosity of the Kippford residents.
Keep up to date with all the latest news, goings-on and events within Kippford.
Events happening in May and June include...
The Kipp Nature Reserve Update Our native woodlands will be four years old next month. The amount of
The Kipp Nature Reserve Update The 4,600 trees we planted in March 2019 will soon be 3 years old. There have
Tree of the Year 2021 We did it! Our tree has won Tree of the Year 2021. It is an honour
The Kipp Nature Reserve Update I think May can be described as having been a benign month. Damp, but not too