Back by popular demand next Wednesday is SOUP GROUP at The Astro. 3.30pm to 5.30pm. Call 01505 227440 to book or follow this link to book online: https://form.jotform.com/62926015766966
Hello, my name is Joseph and I am 15 years old. I spent a week at Beith Trust for my school work experience. I came here to do admin and social media work because I love computers and the internet. I helped the Admin Team by filing away important documents into the employee’s files and[…]
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It’s that time again. We’ve been speaking to Kevin who has recently joined Beith Trust as an Admin Assistant. Tell everyone a bit about yourself? My name is Kevin Dailly. I’m 22 years old and from Ardrossan. I play Xbox One during my free time or playing pool with my friends. I can be quite quiet[…]
Its that time again, we’re talking to some of the new members that have joined Beith Trust over the past few weeks. We’re speaking to Alison today. Tell everyone about yourself? Hi, I have over 20 years experience in recruitment and work coaching with the JobCentreplus. I have two daughters who have left the nest[…]
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It’s that time again where we speak to some of the amazing people working at Beith Trust. This time around we’re speaking to Peter, a team leader. Tell everyone a bit about yourself? I’m 40 years old man who had a hard paper round in my teens . On an honest note, I’ve worked welfare&[…]
Today we’re chatting to one of the people doing a modern apprenticeship here at Beith Trust. Cameron McIntosh is one of those people. How did you get started? After finishing my college course I was told that Beith had opportunities for modern apprenticeships and I jumped at that chance. After an interview with Jane Lamont I was[…]
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Site Supervisor – Feerick Ltd – Dalry Skilled Site Labourer – Feerick Ltd – Dalry Ground Worker/Machine Driver – Feerick Ltd – Dalry Chauffeur – Craig Bilham Executive Travel – Irvine PCV Driver – Craig Bilham Executive Travel – Irvine Kitchen Assistant – Buckreddan Care Centre – Kilwinning Web Chat Consultants – Stellar – Irvine[…]
Care Assistant / Worker – Allied Healthcare – Johnstone Rapid Response Care Assistant – Allied Healthcare – Barrhead Door Supervisor – Professional Security – Irvine Ambient Colleague Nights – Asda Ltd – Linwood Computer Repair Engineer – PC Callout Limited – Paisley Business Administrator Modern Apprenticeship – Apprenticeships.Scot – Linwood Asda Colleague – Asda Ltd[…]
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Some great news from the Scottish government this week. Check out the link below for more details. http://news.scotland.gov.uk/News/Funding-to-tackle-food-poverty-2a13.aspx
Here are some of the amazing beers that will be at this year’s festival. Be sure to check them all out. They’re will also be live music as well so be sure to check out the awesome bands playing this year.
Not long to go now. Remember! tickets are £5. Festival starts at 1pm – 9pm. Plenty of food and drinks. Live music as well.
Just some of the awesome ale’s that will be at this year’s festival.
Remember to grab some tickets! It will all kick off at 1pm and finish at 9pm we have homemade food and some awesome live music from local talents throughout the festival.
Thistly Cross Cider will be providing some amazing ciders at the festival this year. The festival will be starting at 1pm and finish at 9pm.
This is the complete line-up for the beer festival. It will all kick off at 1pm and finish at 9pm we have homemade food and some awesome live music from local talents.
Beer Festival coming to a community centre near you…if you live in Beith. On the 27th August we have 6 different breweries bringing their beers and real ales to Beith alongside Thistly Cross Cider for those of us that don’t like beer. It will all kick off at 1pm and finish at 9pm we have[…]
Beith juniors 1 Pollock Fc 1 Final score beith win 4-3 on Penalties So it happened, first Scottish junior cup final, first Junior Cup, in the 78 year history of Beith Juniors it would be hard to find a better occasion. Throughout the ninety minutes then straight onto penalties there were cheers, jeers, tears at[…]
This Sunday the 29th of May 2016 history will be made in more ways than one as Beith Juniors play Pollock FC in the ETHX Scottish Junior Cup Final at Kilmarnock FC’s ground Rugby Park. This is Beith’s first junior Cup Final and the first for Pollock in 18 years so for both these clubs[…]
Beith Juniors Girls Football Team received their certificates after 13 weeks of long hard work towards their Play Maker award. The award consists of workshops, activities, projects and tasks to learn about how to be a successful, fair young leader. The girls completed projects such as a role model task in which they selected a[…]
On Wednesday I joined the team at Soup Group where we explored the outdoors, performed taste tests, played in the playhouses, toasted marshmallows and… ate soup! We had so much fun running about gathering sticks and other objects to build dens, we then had a competition to vote whos was the best den, although I had ventured between all three helping all[…]
Today I started my work experience placement with Beith Community Development Trust, I am absolutely loving it so far and have only been here for one day! I’m given so many fun tasks to complete such as scheduling, sending group texts, photographing the campus and uploading photos to social media accounts. The working environment is[…]
This week at Soup Group we decided that the Bug Hotel needed a spring clean for the nicer weather coming in. We got rid of all the old ‘furniture’ to make way for some new 5 star furnishings. The Bug Hotel now comes fully equipped with a ‘football mud bath,’ a ‘plastic bottle sofa’ and[…]
A former British Prime Minister when asked what he feared the most is said to have replied ‘events dear boy events’ Well certainly you can’t say that about Beith Trust, if anything despite the pressure that often comes from organising events and implementing them they continue onwards. Yes I know readers you will say that[…]
Every Hamlet, Village, Town, City in the world has something unique about it. I will admit to enjoying walking round places that I’ve never been to or those I have and discovering something new. Even if I forget to turn the map round making it easier to read and figure out where I am. […]
After catching up on our sleep from last week we prepared for a fun filled exciting week ahead. This morning we started off with relay races leaping in and out of hurdles and weaving in and out of cones whist trying to dribble a ball which a few of us found super tricky! We then[…]
Today’s events kicked off with lots of astro based fun playing games such as; capture the flag and dodgeball which used up a lot of our energy! We then moved onto drawing our very own chalk pictures on the ground outside of the astro using a diverse range of rainbow coloured jumbo chalks. Allowing our imagination[…]
Another fun day today at Playscheme week! We completed lots of imaginative tasks such as painting and decorating our own masks and tiara’s with colourful paints and glitters, finishing them off with string. Continuing with a morning of creativity, we then moved onto some fancy dress fun! We got to choose our very own individual[…]
Day two of Playscheme was officially under way this morning and afternoon with the great weather encouraging our outdoor activities for the day. We began with a warm up of dodgeball on the astro turf to prepare us for some Easter egg hunting! Welly boots intact, we set out into the diversity of the garden[…]
Today we welcomed back the first day of Playscheme! Day one of four we started out with cupcake decorating the first of many activities of the day to come. Using plain cupcake sponges we decorated them using our imagination and of course a variety of sweets! To continue with our creative agenda for the day[…]
Yesterday at Nurture Group we completed various adventurous activities including the main activity of an egg hunt carrying on the theme of Easter. Through intense observation of the trees, treehouses and flower beds we began to quickly acquire many hidden Easter eggs which could not have been done if we had not put our highly[…]
Yesterday all of our mini chefs gathered in preparation for the last session of Cooking Classes! Our choice of recipe for this week was fruit tarts where we got to create and decorate our very own Easter masterpieces consisting of bunny faces with sprinkle covered marshmallow bunny ears, strawberry lace whiskers and blueberry eyes. Aprons[…]
On Monday the time had finally arrived for our long awaited campfire (in honor of National Down Syndrome Day) to take place and it was a soaring success. Lots of friends and some talented musicians gathered round on the wooden pallets around our self built authentic campfire. Where we were treated to some live entertainment[…]
Another successful week at cooking classes with the exciting news of finally baking some rainbow smarties cookies! We began with sieving our plain flour, baking powder and bicarbonate of soda into our mixing bowls and then adding our next ingredients of butter into the mix. Once we had combined our ingredients we creamed together the[…]
Yesterday at Soup group we began our first of many creative tasks for the day starting off with crafting our own jigsaws. In preparation for a test of puzzle solving we started off with jigsaw templates and drew our very own design onto the ready prepared jigsaw template, we then scrambled up our jigsaws[…]
Two organisations based in Kilwinning and Beith, striving to improve and strengthen their communities through people led activities, have been awarded a share in £300,000 Lottery (Monday 14 March). The Big Lottery Fund’s medium grants for community-led activity, which launched in November last year, aims to address inequalities in Scotland by supporting ordinary[…]
Yet another successful week with visible progression via learning new skills with all of our friends at Nurture Group. Throughout many weeks of carrying out fun activities whilst simultaneously learning we took some quotes from the Nurture Group kids this morning to gain a perspective on how the group helps them personally/as a team progress[…]
This week is Modern Apprenticeship and we want to show appreciation to our Business Admin apprenticeship Amy! Here are some quotes from various members of staff just to prove how awesome she really is! “Beith Trust was really lucky to get Amy as a modern apprentice. Amy began by volunteering at the Trust before becoming[…]
A lot of fun and games had with friends this week at Soup Group beginning with a game of ‘feelings jenga’ where we each took a turn around our circle of friends to meticulously remove a feelings labeled block from the jenga tower. We then patiently listened to when a time each of us felt[…]
This morning at Nurture Group we began with a frosty walk from our school to the astro (dogs included), warming us up for a day full of activities. With a morning of teamwork and exploring ahead of us we began with checking up on our very own planted cress heads which are coming on slowly[…]
Our first week of Kids Cooking Classes started back this week! We began with baking a recipe of home baked custard creams (much more delicious than shop bought). Firstly we took our seats and tied our aprons tight in preparation for some hard work, beginning to make our biscuits we creamed the sugar and margarine[…]
Another fun filled morning at Nurture Group this week consisting of exciting outdoor activities with friends! First of all we began with checking up on our previously planted tomato seeds in the poly tunnel, then with hand trowels, hand rakes and gardening gloves intact we went onto planting more bulbs in the fresh soil aswell[…]
Yesterday I had the pleasure of going to watch the Beith Juniors Community Girls Football Team do their PlayMaker Award. This week’s activity was ‘Area Size’ – the girls were put into pairs of two with one ball between a pair they then had to meticulously pass the ball to each other the first pair[…]