North Carrick Employment Fair
27 February 2019
10 am – 12(noon)
Come along and speak to local businesses, colleges and other partners to see what employment opportunities and courses are available within the Girvan and surrounding areas
27 February 2019
10 am – 12(noon)
Employers are invited to attend to promote vacancies and opportunities at the above event. If you are interested please contact:
Elissa Goldie on 01465 829003
Donwload an Employer Invitation form
FRIDAY 11TH January
1.45- 3.00pm : Dailly Church Hall, Main street , Dailly
TAKE SOME “ YOU TIME”
A gentle way to help Improve fitness, stamina & strength through traditional Hatha Yoga practices.
Working at your own pace.
Asana – physical practices , for strength /flexibility
Pranayama – Breath awareness/ breathing practices
Yoga Nidra – Deep Relaxation
For further information call Fiona on 01465 811427
Wear loose comfortable clothes (layers) & bring a blanket & yoga mat if you have one ( some mats/ blankets will be available )
Costs : £5.00 per class drop in at
4/4/2018 – Dailly Scout Group Replacement Equipment – £500
2/5/2018 – Dailly Scout Group Adult training costs – £500
6/6/2018 – Dailly Community Garden Misc Equipment costs – £500
5/9/2018 – Dailly Community Council Part cost Auto Defib – £500
7/11/2018 – Dailly Community Council WW1 Memorial Bench – £500
5/12/2018 – Dailly Angling Club Assistance with river fees – £500
5/12/2018 – Dailly Scout Group First Aid Course for leaders – £500
5/12/2018 – Dailly Community Council Memorial Park Lectern – £500
“To Absent Friends has really captured people’s imaginations since we started it in 2014,” says Robert Peacock of Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief, the alliance of organisations behind the festival. “There have been some very poignant and moving events, as well as many lighter moments shared. Just because someone has died doesn’t mean they are not a part of our lives any more. They are there in our stories and memories. The festival gives people time and space to remember those people – whether it’s just raising a glass, or something more formal. In this day and age, we don’t often stop and do that.”
To Absent Friends will take place across Scotland from 1 – 7 November 2018. For further information contact Robert Peacock on or 0131 272 2735.
Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief
Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care
24 Canning Street
Tel: 0131 272 2735
Fax 0131 272 2800
Galloway National Park Association events in Girvan and New Cumnock completed the programme of public meetings. Over the past few months they have attended 34 public meetings throughout the South of Scotland and talked to over 1,000 people.
While they will take a short summer break from meetings the conversation continues on Facebook and Twitter. Their next task will be to digest everything that has been said and then report all of to their Conference in the autumn. For more information check out the website .
We will support Poppy Scotland’s ‘The 1918 Poppy Pledge’, with the aim of raising £1,918 [as specified by the Pledge] during 2018 to support the armed forces community living in Scotland.
We will fly the Union Flag and Saltire from County Buildings for an extended period from Friday 2 November until Monday 12 November.
We will participate in the annual Remembrance Service at Ayr Auld Kirk and wreath-laying ceremonies across South Ayrshire.We will promote the nationwide Day of Commemorative Events, based on communities coming together with pipers, buglers and beacons of light, which is being co-ordinated by Pageantmaster Bruno Peek LVE OBE OPR under the banner of ‘Battle’s Over: A Nation’s Tribute 11th November 2018’.
We will promote local events organised to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. We would like to encourage your group to get involved in these commemorations and to ensure South Ayrshire’s people and places have an opportunity to pay tribute to those who helped shape the world we live in today.Some further information on how to do this is set out below.
Knitted poppy banner
We’re looking for your help to create a knitted banner of 2018 poppies that will be displayed to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
You can donate as many knitted or crochet poppies as you like and these will be added to our camouflage netting banner donated by the Royal Highland Fusiliers. You can add your poppies directly to the banner on display at Ayr Town Hall, or leave your poppies in our special collection buckets at our customer service centres in Ayr, Maybole,Prestwick, Girvan and Troon.
Poppy patterns are available online at or from our customer service centres or local libraries. All poppies should be provided by Friday 28 September 2018.
Battle’s Over: A Nation’s Tribute
A nationwide Day of Commemorative Events, based on communities coming together with pipers, buglers and beacons of light, is being co-ordinated by Pageantmaster Bruno Peek LVE OBE OPR under the banner of ‘Battle’s Over: A Nation’s Tribute 11th November 2018’.
Full details of what is planned – and how to register to take part – are available at www.brunopeek.co.uk.