What's New


    The Christmas Tree Lighting will be held at the Village Hall on Wednesday, 4th December, with entertainment from Fairlie Primary School and the presentation of the Margaret Currie Award to Fairlie's Young Citizen Of The Year.

    Nomination forms for the Margaret Currie Award are now available from Fairlie Primary - if you know of a youngster who was either born or lives in Fairlie, and who has worked with or encouraged other youngsters or achieved something of significance, please nominate them.



    As the forthcoming decision on the future funding of Fairlie Village Hall and Library will be made by Councillors, we've been advised to encourage people to lobby our local Councillors directly.  If you'd like to email them, they can be contacted as follows - agallagher@north-ayrshire.gov.uk, alanhill@north-ayrshire.gov.uk, tommarshall@north-ayrshire.gov.uk, ianmurdoch@north-ayrshire.gov.uk.

    The Village Hall and Library is the only community facility in Fairlie which the Council helps to fund, and we would find it difficult to keep the hall running in the long term without assistance.

    Many thanks!



    Many thanks to the Kelburn Windfarm Community Fund for the award of a grant towards the cost of refurbishing the Village Hall toilets.  We hope to have the funding finalised and the work completed by the end of this year.


    Please note that, with a few provisos, we can now allow bouncy castles at children's parties, etc. - contact us for full details and conditions.

    Is there an activity or class you would like us to arrange at the Village Hall? 
    Or is there a skill or hobby you could teach others?
      We'd like to organise
    some new activities and would welcome any suggestions - pl
    ease let us
    know what you think.