Took a trip out to Kirudbright whilst staying near Annan. It is a pretty little town on an estuary with a ruined castle and with some nice attractions one of which turned out to be a real gem. Discovered in the Town Hall an exhibition of paintings by Alexander Goudie based on Robert Burns "Tam o Shanter". Although not all the series of paintings are present a large number portraying the poem's story are and each is associated with an approprriate line of verse. Absolutely brilliant and entrance is free although voluntary contributions are invited and we were more than pleased to donate. There is a small bookshop from which a souvenir guide could be purchased and another small gallery to visit. The information on the Town Hall indicated that the gallery regularly holds a summer event. Worth going out of your way to see but be quick as it finishes 31 August..
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