• Garnock Valley Family History Group mark centenary of World War 1

    THE Garnock Valley Family History Group marked the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War with a moving tree planting ceremony. …

  • Fairlie and Millport's smuggling past

    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    The coastline between Fairlie and Largs in the late 18th century was a thriving place, during the war on smuggling, as illegal goods were brought upon our shores in a desperate bid to avoid detection by the authorities. …

  • Beith man fled the scene of road traffic accident

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    A BEITH man fled the scene of an accident, then denied he had been driving, sparking weeks of investigations. …

  • Dalry BC hold another successful event in anniversary year

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    Dalry Bowling Club have held what could be described as the best event yet in its 150th anniversary year. …

  • A successful workday for the 'Deid Man's Plantin'

    by Fiona Fisher

    Saturdays work day was a huge success thanks to the 21 dedicated volunteers who turned out. The... …

  • Gangs risk lives on overhead cables

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    POLICE have warned that a gang of idiotic thieves are risking their lives by stealing overhead power cables in Beith and Dalry. …

  • News from Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Centre

    Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald

    There are a lot of differences in the behaviour of tawny owls and barn owls. Barn owls are farmland birds, hunting low over fields with hedges and woodland edge. Tawny owls are more numerous, being much less choosy about their habitat. …

  • BCDT Defibrillator Training

    Beith Community Development Trust have organised a training day to educate the community in how to... …

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      RE: Gree Goods Station on the Caledonian Railway

      Super info yet again from Roger, well done. What would be great to have is a map and synopsis... more
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Further information has come to light about Mary Spier Gunn and one interesting fact it is …

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