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Local talent was on display at The Carrick Centre as Maybole Concert Party helped fund raise for the Centre and Parish Church. The ladies showed how versatile they are with singing, including solos and duets, dancing and slick costume changes. … Continue reading
Title The Physic Garden Author Catherine Czerkawska Book rating 9/10 Story line Catherine Czerkawska is novelist and award winning playwright. She has published eight novels, historical and contemporary, and has written many plays for the stage and for BBC Radio … Continue reading
There was much fun and laughter in The Carrick Centre on Friday evening as a large turnout of families and friend enjoyed the many stalls and activities. The twenty or so volunteers organised a variety of events including pony rides … Continue reading
The creator of super-nanny Mary Poppins is the subject of the film Saving Mr Banks chosen to launch the Carrick Cinema Club’s new season. Starring Emma Thompson as the famously snippy PL Travers and Tom Hanks as the avuncular Walt … Continue reading
BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE FREE SESSION!!! Want to make a difference? (Also have fun!) Sign and be ‘Heard’ will offer a FREE 2 hour session for complete beginners, Wednesday, 20th August. This course will run from 7pm to 9pm and you … Continue reading
Summer Fun @ The Carrick Centre All Events are suitable for both boys and girls. Places are limited so we do advise advanced booking. GET Active This has been set up in conjunction with Active Schools Cost: £3.95/session (this includes a … Continue reading
A group of enthusiastic young pupils from Carrick Academy are designing and creating a community garden at The Carrick Centre in Maybole. The group have taken on the responsibly of maintaining and caring for a neglected area of land within … Continue reading
After a very successful and friendly first meeting, the book club is now meeting monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. Gillian Muir and the other members of the group will be pleased to see you along. The first … Continue reading
A well-filled Carrick Centre auditorium responded warmly to a varied musical programme on Friday 25th April. The items interspersed with humour and including religious pieces , a Spanish dance duet, a drunken solo, pop music , Scottish accordion selections, recitations … Continue reading