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Rise in visitor numbers to historic sites

Caerlaverock Castle, Cardoness Castle and New Abbey Corn Mill are among sites of historic interest in Dumfries and Galloway that have seen an overall rise in visitor numbers of 41% between April and July 2017. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) look after 37 properties in the region, eight of which are staffed sites, and have welcomed nearly 43,000 visitors in the first four months of the financial year.

 

 

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