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Pop Up Fairy Trail

Date of Event:    July 30, 2021

Mansfield Trinity Church in conjunction with Kilwinning Community Events and Promoting Kilwinning would like to invite you to a pop-up Fairy trail taking place on Friday 30th July 2021 at McGavin Park, Kilwinning, 10am-2pm.

Go along and hunt for fairy doors and fairy stones throughout the park. Children are encouraged to dress up if they have fairy or wizard costumes.

Don’t forget to pack your own picnic, spend some time in the fabulous playground in the park.

The event is free and parking is available at Kilwinning Academy.

For more information please phone Carol on 07922158483.

 


Dundonald Highland Games 2021

Date of Event:    August 7, 2021

Dundonald Highland Games will be held on Saturday 7th August 2021.

It is unique in capturing traditional Scottish heritage and strong community spirit within the picturesque setting of Royal Dundonald Castle.

Unfortunately, there is still too much uncertainty around massed events so we are not able to bring the usual Highland Games to you. Instead, we intend to build on last year’s virtual Games and bring more virtual events in 2021.

Everything that we do will be in accordance with the Government guidelines around social distancing so that we can keep our community safe and still have fun.

We want to be absolutely clear that, once again, there will be no mass events on the playing fields this year, and there will be no activities that involve mass gatherings.

To find out more visit https://dundonald-games.org.uk/

 


Alcohol Free Music Festival

Date of Event:    August 8, 2021

The North Ayrshire P.E.A.R service have organised transport to allow people to attend Scotland’s first alcohol free music festival. Get in touch with the team if you are interested in attending.

Adults and children are all welcome!

 


Save the Date

Date of Event:    August 14, 2021

The North Ayrshire P.E.A.R team are holding an event to celebrate the people that they support and tha people that support them!

 


Speech and Language Workshops

Date of Event:    August 24, 2021

The Ayrshire Speech and Language Team are planning a busy day of workshops on 24th August 2021 for parents and carers in North Ayrshire who are worried about their child’s speech sounds, language development or the fluency of their speech.

There will be 3 sessions running:

  • Early Language – 9;30am-10:30am – This live webinar is for families who are concerned about their child’s language development.
  • Speech Sounds Webinar – 11am-12pm. This live webinar will provide information, strategies and tips on speech sound development.
  • Stammering Webinar – 1:30pm-2:30pm – This live webinar will information, strategies and tips on supporting your child’s stammering.

To book a slot in these webinars please text your name, email address and name of your child to 07833 233 942 or call the helpline on 07833 233 942 on Wednesdays between 1 and 4pm.


Largs Viking Festival 2021

Date of Event:    August 28, 2021

The Largs Viking Festival is back for 2021.

The Festival will beheld from the 28th August – 5th September.

The Festival will include the Air Display, the Festival of Fire, the opening parade and the Viking Village.

To access the Viking Village, tickets are priced at £5 adults, £3 for students/over 60s/children aged 5+. Children under 5 go free.

To find out more visit: https://largsvikingfestival.org/



MacMillan Coffee Morning 24th September 2021

Date of Event:    September 24, 2021

Join MacMillan’s Coffee Morning on Friday 24th September 2021.

From a group in the garden, to a virtual coffee or takeaway cake, you’ll help MacMillan Cancer Support do whatever it takes for people with cancer. Once you’ve registered we’ll send you your free fundraising kit.

To find out more visit: https://coffee.macmillan.org.uk/


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