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The Walking Group met on Saturday,27th.June, for a walk in the Crosshill area, near Maybole, where we climbed the Barony Hill.which afforded great views over Ayrshire and the Firth of Clyde.
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The Walking Group meets this Saturday,(27th.June) at 12 noon at Auchincrive Church for a walk in the Crosshill area. Nothing too strenuous. Why not come along and enjoy some fresh air and gentle excercise, in good, relaxed, company.Contact our leader, John Black, for more info on 01292 478242.
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Went for a quiet sail on the Cal-Mac Ferry from Ardrossan to Brodick this morning. It is amazing what some folk will do to save buying a ticket!! This was part of an exciting Army exercise and these guys were very skilled - and brave!
My destination was the Holy Isle - sadly there were no sailings from Lamlash, as high winds were expected, so I boarded a bus - in the normal fashion - and returned to Brodick. My journey did seem quite tame in comparison!
Strong men wanted!! There was plenty of effort needed to clear these giant Rocks from the grounds at our Dalmilling Church as part of initiative to make the area a more user friendly area for Community Activity. The rocks were put there originally to discourage activity and their removal is a complete reversal of the situation, making a large grass area available for outside activities.
The rocks were not lightweight and took a bit of shifting to get them onto John Black's Trailer and several processes were tried before we decided finally on an ancient Egyptian method, as used in Pyramid construction - sliding the large rocks along a timber pathway. John Black also displayed the benefits of having Porridge every morning by reducing some of the rocks to more manageable proportions involving a 14lb. Hammer!!
Other mere weaklings -Ian Fulton, Gwyn Williams and David McMahon,with a contibution from Community Worker Fab Moyo added their weight to the clearance operation.
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COME AND JOIN US IN OUR NEW INFORMAL MEETING FOR FAMILIES ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH IN:
DALMILLING ROAD AT 10 AM*
***(except July when It will be 10.30 am)
Next Gathering 28th, June 2015,10am
Join us for tea, coffee and cake after!
It was a warm and sunny Summer's day last Wednesday and an ideal day for the Teddy Bear Toddlers' Picnic at Ayr's Belleisle Park.There was plenty juice and sandwiches to go round and opportunity to let of some steam on the grass,and in the sun. It was certainly shining on the righteous and a great success for the Toddlers Group.
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No, it is not someone who costs the earth to represent you in Court! All you 'trendies' will know it is someone who makes and charges you the earth for a cup of coffee!
This is not the case at our Coffee Club, which is open every Thursday morning from 10am till 12 noon in the Wilson Hall - Tea/Coffee and a cake is great value at a £1 - plus you can enjoy a wee blether at the same time!
Can you spare a couple of hours a month to help in the cafe' and add a wee bit extra to the Dalmilling Community? Why not add your name to the list or speak to Pat Smith and you will soon be dishing out the Lattes and the Lap-Sang's in style!
After a difficult week weather wise, our walking group enjoyed a fine sunny day with little wind for our first walk of the season through the Bluebell Woods at Threepwood in Galston.
Although small in number, our group enjoyed the walk, the fresh air, the scenery, and a good wee blether with one another.
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