Car Clubs

Wheels4Creetown

Creetown is the first location for the “Wheels4Creetown” car club and is pleased to offer members both 5 and 7 seat vehicles. It is hosted on the Moorcar website to enable new members to register their details for insurance and invoicing. Membership is only £5 per month and will be invoiced along with usage.

For car club members joining in Creetown complete the registration details via the Moorcar website, present your actual driving licence to the local coordinator at Creetown Inititative and send a copy of the licence paper counterpart and front of a picture licence to “Moorcar Woodstone Barn, Crammers Bridge, Chudleigh. TQ13 0DW”.  You can also scan these documents to [email protected] This will provide the fully comprehensive insurance to drive the cars.

You must make all bookings through the website. If you have any queries about making or cancelling a booking then ring Jeremy at Moorcar on 07753325014.

In the unlikely event that there are problems with the cars then please ring the local coordinator  Kevin Dodd at Creetown Initiative Ltd on 01671 820654.

Both the Renault Clio 1.5dci Dynamique (SY10 ZDC) and Renault Grand Scenic 1.5dci Privilege (PJ10 UKU) are parked in Adamson Square car park, Creetown, by the clock tower. The hourly rate for both cars is £2.95 an hour, with a day rate of £24/day. The keysafe is located in the fire escape exit at Creetown Initiative office just along the main street from the car park at 54 St John Street. Please note the Grand Scenic has a keyless entry card and push button start, both vehicles are fitted with Sat Nav.

The Renault Clio 1.5dci has a rating of 64.2mpg on the urban cycle.

The Renault Grand Scenic 1.5dci has a rating of 55.4mpg on the combined cycle.

Creetown is a small town in Dumfries and Galloway, on the north side of the Solway Firth. It was once a fishing village and at one end of a ferry across the River Cree estuary to Wigtown, and major exporter of Granite for buildings throughout the world. Internationally, it is best known for its Gem Rock Museum and the “Green Man” film location in “The Wickerman”. The town is in a central position for visitors to Galloway; but set back from the A75 trunk route, preserving its nature.

Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, and the great poet Robert Burns, all knew this tranquil area, so please join us and see for yourself what makes our location and community so special.