• Beith post office on the move

    BEITH Post Office is moving to the Nisa store in Eglinton Street from Monday, January 12. …

  • Torpedo cash secures Beith jobs

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    A MULTI-MILLION pound MoD contract to upgrade torpedoes will secure around 100 jobs at a Beith munitions company. …

  • Blaze hits baled hay at Beith farm

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    FIRE appliances from Dalry and Kilbirnie raced to a barn on fire at Flashwood Farm, Dalry just after 6.30pm on Thursday, December 11. …

  • Beith baker was more than twice the legal limit

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    A BEITH baker has been banned from driving after he was found to be more than twice the drink drive limit. …

  • Busy year for the Largs Gaelic Choir

    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    To find out what the choir is doing in 2015 an Open Evening will take place on Tuesday 13th January at 7.30pm in St Columba's Episcopal Church Hall, Aubrey Crescent, Largs. …

  • Beith Young Farmers help sick kids

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    BEITH District Young Farmers Club has made a generous donation to the Childrens Ward at University Hospital Crosshouse. …

  • Police plea after Beith versus Buffs bottlings

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    POLICE have appealed for witnesses after two men were injured by thrown bottles at the recent Beith v Kilwinning Rangers cup tie. …

  • Beith pupils read out the names of the World War 1 fallen

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    Children from P4 at Beith Primary School, took part in what turned out to be a very moving service of remembrance held on November 11 in the grounds of Beith Auld Kirk at the Cross, writes Julie Crook, press secretary Garnock Valley Family History Group ( …

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