A whirl wind of positivity shaping the future of Garnock Valley North Ayrshire

Marianne Greenway

Great project just what the kids need, thanks Kaleb loves attending.x

Karen Ronald

@BeithTrust is there anything you don't do?? Always so much on offer for the ppl of Beith.

Sported Scotland@sported_Scot

I find Beith Trust helpful, it gives people opportunity's and in some cases employs people who may not have had a chance elsewhere.

Jordan Devine

Beith Trust helps individuals with a lack of confidence, the staff within do there best to help rebuild individuals confidence.

Robert craig

Great support today from the bike maintenance team... Thank You!

Annemarie Carse

Glad we came along. All 3 bikes were given an MOT & then followed one of the cycle routes round the back of the new campus. Two tired wee girls now in the bath. Thank you!

Jennifer Mcfadyen

The girls and i enjoyed our day- Thank You! Having our bikes checked out and a complimetary burger for the girls was fab!

Lynne Mastrangioli

Between the Mindfulness taster event on Friday night, and taking part in the beginners crochet club, I have suddenly realised that i love my life! I now appreciate what i have more and how great a community i have around me!

It's outstanding how this project is bringing so many diverse events to the local area. I have attended a few and the enthusiasm and positivity at these events is admirable. This project is going from strength to strength and I look forward to seeing how it grows in the future. If you haven't been along to visit yet, I really recommend that you do. The staff and volunteers will make you feel welcome. Just fantastic for the local community.

John Dunbar
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June 21, 2017

Working Wednesdays: Jamie Beattie

Jamie’s job at Beith Trust is to engage the local community and get them involved in everything sport related. From football to tennis, walking to cycling, anything that will get…

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June 16, 2017

Box Of Keys

Box of Keys

A rather battered cardboard box, sits on a desk, the contents a diverse range from palm to specialist master via unknown types of keys, some labeled, some blank, some on their own, others hooked onto keychains.

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June 16, 2017

Beith Trust Holiday Camps

Football Camp 3rd-7th July A fun filled, week long camp, for ages 5 to 14 to learn new skills and develop existing ones with our tutor.  Friendly football games and…

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June 14, 2017

Working Wednesday: Jen Stamp

Jen’s main job at Beith Trust is engaging with the community, adults, parents, children, Schools and Early Years Centres, to involve them in activities relating to food. Cooking healthy food,…