1986 Stoneykirk Village
This area is mainly cultivated grassland and barley for feeding beef and dairy cattle. Has a number of farms, mostly privately owned. Stoneykirk village has a population of approximately 150 people, including a small council estate of 26 houses, a village hall, a 100yr ol medium sized victorian church, and the village school is now used for the further education of the mentally disabled. To the east is West Freugh airfield, an M.O.D. Estblishemtn, managed by a private company and used in connectin with the adjacent aerial firing range on land and sea. The area is flat towards the sea but rises to approximatly 100ft. to the west of the vilage. Between the A715 and the sea is restricted land marked Danger Area, and south of this is Clayshants Caravant Park and also land
Map of the area
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