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Overton Church - West Kilbride

History & Heritage

United Presbyterian Church dating from 1882

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Alba Experiences - Fairlie

Tours

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Welcome to Alba Experiences! Failte is the traditional Gaelic word for welcome and is synonymous with our culture that greets every visitor to our home.

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Lochwinnoch - Renfrewshire

Towns & Villages

Lochwinnoch is a village in the council area and historic county of Renfrewshire in the west central Lowlands of Scotland.

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Beith - Ayrshire

Towns & Villages

Beith is a small town situated in the Garnock Valley in North Ayrshire.

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West Kilbride Community Centre - West Kilbride

Indoor Activities

An impressive red sandstone building built 130 years ago and which continues to be at the heart of much community life.

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Fairlie Castle - North Ayrshire

History & Heritage

Fairlie Castle is a restored 16th century oblong castle, which overlooks the glen of Fairlie

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Haylie Chambered Tomb - Largs

History & Heritage

These neolithic tombs were discovered by James Wilson of Haylie in 1772, and can be found in Largs' Douglas Park

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Skelmorlie Aisle - Ayrshire

History & Heritage

The Skelmorlie Aisle of Largs Old Kirk is the remains of a church in the town of Largs, North Ayrshire.

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Barrfields Theatre - Largs

Indoor Activities

One of Scotland's most significant entertainment venues and the last fully operational seaside pavilion theatre in the country

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Fairlie - Ayrshire

Towns & Villages

Fairlie is a small village in North Ayrshire, around 3 miles from Largs

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Kirktonhall - West Kilbride

History & Heritage

Kirktonhall, is one of the oldest buildings in West Kilbride, built in 1660 it is the birthplace of Robert Simson (1687)

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Skelmorlie - Skelmorlie

Towns & Villages

As is common along the shore of this part of the Clyde, rich red sandstone has been used in the construction of many of the village's buildings.

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Greenock - Inverclyde

Towns & Villages

Greenock is a town in in the Inverclyde area in Scotland and a former burgh within the historic county of Renfrewshire.

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Prophet's Grave - Largs

History & Heritage

The Prophet's Grave is the burial site for the 17th-century preacher, the Reverend William Smith, and is located in the Brisbane Glen near Largs

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Greenock Custom House - Greenock

History & Heritage

A Grade A listed building built in 1818 that ceased to be used as a Customs and Excise office in 2010

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