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Hope Project Fashion Show

Date of Event:    October 20, 2017

The Hope Project invites anyone 50+ along to Saltcoats Town Hall on Friday 20 October for an afternoon of music sing along, dance, belly dancing and a fashion show.

The afternoon starts at 12noon till 3pm with a buffet available. Admission is £3.

Transport is available on request please call Cathy or Nikki on 01294 463 444.


Passionate About Young People’s Mental Health?

Date of Event:    October 20, 2017

Why not go to #SpeakYourMind at this year’s Festival of Politics at the Scottish Parliament on Friday 20 October!

Did you know that an estimated one in ten children and young people between the age of five and sixteen have a clinically diagnosable mental health problem?  Join the panel including members of the Scottish Youth Parliament; Greg McHugh, aka Gary Tank Commander; and Dr Trevor Lakey, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, on this interactive exploration of the issues that make mental health what some young people call “our generation’s epidemic”, and how everyone can work together to challenge them.

Book your tickets now by clicking here.

 


Vertex Festival

Date of Event:    October 20, 2017

The Vertex Festival is West Kilbride’s new music and arts festival, it will take place from 20-29 October 2017, it includes over 20 events, spread across five venues.

The exciting new programme includes live music events, a comedy night, a traditional tea dance, a pop-up cinema and a selection of talks and workshops.

For more information click here.


Linked Hands

Date of Event:    October 20, 2017

Linked Hands is a community group for everyone including anyone living with dementia and their family and friends to go along too. The group meet at Ardrossan Park Church on the 1st Friday and the 3rd Wednesday of each month.

Head along to Park Church on the 20 October for community, chat, coffee and cake at 1:30pm till 3pm.

The group is to be enjoyed by all, those who are unable to attend independently should come with a companion who can take responsibility for them and share the experience of the group.

Please note there is no transport available  to this group.

A suggested donation of £2 would be very much appreciated.

For further information please contact Tanya on 01294 538903 or Archie on 0788 145 2115.


Bosom Buddies Support Group

Date of Event:    October 24, 2017

Bosom Buddies Cancer Support Group meets regularly on the last Tuesday of the month at 2pm in the Lounge, Main Street, Largs.

Bosom Buddies is a local friendly support group consisting of people who have all experienced cancer. They offer comfort, friendship, advice and support to anyone who has cancer, or is going through treatment.

Please go along and take a friend or family member.

All are welcome to chat and enjoy a cup of tea and coffee. For more information contact Liz at 01475 675709.


Ayrshire Epilepsy Support Group

Date of Event:    October 26, 2017

The next meeting for the Ayrshire Epilepsy Support Group is on Thursday 26 October from 5pm till 7pm in Fullarton Connexions Church, Irvine.

The group is supported by Epilepsy Connections fieldworker for Ayrshire and Arran, Jim Thompson and Epilepsy Nurse Specialist, Gareth Davison.


Beith’s Foodie Thursday World Tour

Date of Event:    October 26, 2017

On the last Thursday of every month from 6pm until 8pm at Geisland kitchen a keen foodie group will be meeting to prepare & share together, dishes from all over the world such as :

Spain, Egypt, Mexico, Persia, Morocco and France

So if you are a food lover and enjoy cooking why not go along, you can also enjoy a complimentary glass of wine to toast the meal. Take your own apron, tea towel and container to take food home, along with the main ingredient (which will be advised once booked).

It costs £12 a session payable in advance, booking online essential.


Maleficant The Musical

Date of Event:    October 27, 2017

The Centrestage 15-21 year olds Musical Theatre Company present this stunning original musical by in house team Stuart Bird & Marlisa Ross, from Thursday 26 to Saturday 28 October 2017 at 7.30pm with a matiness performance at 3pm.

Featuring a brand new score and based loosely on the story of Sleeping Beauty, we follow the story of The Protector of the Moors ‘Maleficent’.

Was she always the force of evil she grew to be or was there something that caused her to become so?     Prepare to follow her story and find out why Maleficent came to be the dark force many perceive her to be.

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