Opening times

Mon-Wed and Fridays - 8.30-12.30 and 1.30-5.30

Saturdays - 9.00-12.30 and 1.30-5.00

We are closed on Thursdays.

Please check opening times during public holidays.

We serve our customers the traditional way, over the counter in the shop.

Many more items are in the shop.

We are happy to order other things for you, with no carriage charge.

We deliver Calor Gas locally.

Tel: 01848 330267

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The shop is in the centre of Thornhill, on the main A76 road north of Dumfries, with ample parking nearby.

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Contact us

We deliver Calor gas to Thornhill, Penpont and much of the local area. Orders can be placed over the counter in the shop or by telephone on 01848 330267. If you need a specific item and want to check before visiting us, feel free to phone.

We don't use emails or any kind of online shopping cart system because our customers still prefer to deal with us face to face.

Where are we?

If you are new to the area, the shop is at 42-3 Drumlanrig Street in the middle of Thornhill, on the main A76 road north of Dumfries. There is usually ample parking in Drumlanrig Street.

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Visitors' information

Thornhill is a large and bustling village in mid-Nithsdale, a livestock-farming and hilly area of great beauty. The village and others nearby make an ideal base for a holiday or short break away from out-of-town retail parks and traffic queues.

Thornhill has plenty of shops, pubs, tea-rooms and places to stay. Drumlanrig Castle with its stunning woodland and a fine network of cycle and foot trails is nearby. The beautiful Nith river has salmon and trout fishing, there's an eighteen-hole golf course and there are many quiet roads for cycling, with some interesting hill paths for walking. Thornhill is a very special village which combines old and new. A drive or ride westwards into Galloway reveals some more of the hidden gems which typify south-west Scotland, while a route onto the M74 motorway through the Dalveen Pass offers a foretaste of highland Scotland.