West Kilbride Community Centre
Arts & Culture, History & Heritage
An impressive red sandstone building built 130 years ago and which continues to be at the heart of much community life.
About West Kilbride Community Centre
The West Kilbride Community Centre comprises a pair of linked red sandstone buildings constructed in the 1890s by Coates of Paisley to serve as a convalescent home for its thread mill workers. It continued in this role until the 1970s when it was gifted by Coates to Ayr County Council with the condition that it should be used for the benefit of the community of West Kilbride and Seamill. It is now one of the busiest community centres in North Ayrshire and offers an Early Years Centre, a gym and a full Programme of Courses run by the Adult Education team.
More like West Kilbride Community Centre
Baby Changing Facilities
Outdoor Play Area
Transport and Parking
Health & Wellbeing
Public Toilet Facilities
Lift or stairlift
Partial wheelchair access
Ramp to main entrance
Wet room or level entry shower