Meet the Team

You’ll find a warm welcome from all the team at the Centre.
At reception meet Andrea our Centre Manager and Karen our Office Administrator who will be happy to help with any enquiries or suggestions for the Centre or if you would like to get involved we have plenty of opportunities and would love to have you on board.
Then on in to our Café you will meet our friendly team of chefs & customer service who provide a great menu and service.


Meet our Chair Person Marguerite Hunter Blair

A centre at the hub of its local community has elected a woman to run the Ayrshire charity for the first time in its history.

As the first woman chair in the centre’s nine year history, she said:

“ I am delighted to be the new Chair of The Carrick Centre Board of Directors. These are challenging times and I look forward to building on the success of my predecessors.

“This is a huge honour and I look forward to continuing the amazing work of my predecessors in supporting the staff, volunteers and communities of North Carrick.”

“I welcome the opportunity to work more closely with the Centre Team to advance the great work carried out to support the communities of North Carrick.”

Lady Hunter Blair, who is also chief executive of the charity Play Scotland- describing itself as leading, campaigning and planning for a more playful Scotland- has been a director at the centre since July 2016.


An enthusiast for charities large and small, the mother of five and new grandmother said: “The job satisfaction of working in  a charity is wonderful because we really do make a difference.

Another Success Story


Alastair Stobbs

After working at the centre for nearly three years both as CJS Admin & IT Trainee through SCVO and as a volunteer. Alastair has secured an Apprenticeship with South Ayrshire Council. Alastair has been a valued member of the team and has grown both as a person as well as developing technically within.

In Memory of Alan Murray

In 2015 the Carrick Centre lost one of its founder members and prime instigators with the passing of Alan Murray. Alan was instrumental in setting up the Carrick Centre and in securing the funding needed to equip and operate the Centre, so generously leased to us by Maybole Parish Church. Under his leadership the Centre progressed to become the hub of community life here in Maybole. The community owes him a lasting debt, and we shall not see his like again.

Our Funders
Contact Details:
Culzean Road
Maybole, Ayrshire
KA19 7DE
Tel: 01655 883222

Office Hours

9.00am-2.00pm  Mon to Fri

Cafe Hours

9.00am-2.00pm Mon to Sat