Barrmill Jolly Beggars Burns Club held their Diamond Jubilee celebration of the life and works of Robert Burns last Friday in Beith Community Centre.
Beith & District Young Farmersí Club are holding a Burns Supper and Ceilidh in Beith Community Centre on Saturday January, 31 at 7.00 pm.
Last Wednesday 28 senior citizens enjoyed a soup lunch and entertainment at Barrmill Community Centre.
Last Friday was the 130th anniversary of the birth of world-renowned poet, Robert W Service, whose early formative years were spent in Kilwinning.
On Wednesday afternoon Hamilfield UF Church, situated at the top of Wilson Street, Beith, was totally destroyed by fire.
PC Jim Dougall and PC Sandy Brown will be holding police surgeries between 7pm-9pm on the following dates in Beith Police Office.
The annual haggis-hunting season is now in full swing in the Garnock Valley. Here in Beith a very special celebration is being held by the famous wee happy club to mark 60 years of fun and friendship.
Tomorrow (Friday) is a red-letter day in the annals of this historic North Ayrshire town.
On Thursday February, 5 at 7.00 pm there will be a meeting of Lodge Beith St Johns in the Masonic Hall when there will be two candidates for the Mark degree.
There was a good turn out at Beith Trinity Mens Fellowship last week for the games night. After two rounds of the balloted pairs bowls competition there were three teams who had won two games.
Braefoot Nursery were recently visited by HM Inspector of Education and the Care Commission as part of their annual inspection.
Beith Bowling Clubs Burns Supper this year will be held on the later date of Saturday February, 28.
President John McGibbon, Beith Trinity Mens Fellowship, welcome a reduced number of members to the first meeting of the new year. After a reading from Hugh Gibson, John introduced the speaker, Rev Fiona Ross.
Councillor Jean Highgate advises that she has been in close liaison with North Ayrshire Leisure regarding the ongoing flooding problems at the Astro Turf.
Private David Barr of the Canadian Infantry, who was reported missing on 26 September 1916, is now officially stated to have been killed on that date.
Lodge Beith St Johns No 157 are holding their 40th annual Burns Celebration in the Masonic Hall on Friday February, 6 at 6.45 pm for 7.00 pm.
The Cunninghame Choir is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary this year. The choir was founded in 1928 to peform choral works with professional soloists and orchestra throughout North Ayrshire.
Gateside Rural held its first meeting of the New Year on 8 January in Patrick Memorial Hall.
A Public Meeting is to be held in the coffee lounge of the Beith Community Centre on Sunday 1st February 2004 to ascertain the support for a proposal to establish a museum in the former Townshouse.
Beith Playpark Action group are delighted to announce that the Music Department of Garnock Academy have offered to hold a concert to help with fundraising efforts.