The Glencoe Inn is set in the heart of one of the most spectacular places in Scotland, Glencoe Village.
This welcoming Inn with its stunning location in the shadow of the Pap of Glencoe, overlooking Loch Leven is warm, friendly and full of character. A stay at The Glencoe Inn is all about traditional Scottish hospitality complemented by the nature and adventure that awaits you outdoors. Our comfy and rustic inn will suit travellers from far and wide looking for a great base to explore the magic of Glencoe, walking the West Highland Way or climbing the remote Munros of Meall a' Bhùiridh and Bidean Nam-Bain.
Loch Lomond Arms Hotel
The Loch Lomond Arms Hotel is a traditional inn situated in the heart of one of Scotland’s loveliest villages, Luss, just 24 miles from Glasgow within the Loch Lomond National Park. This beautiful Loch Lomond hotel remains true to its tradition as an 18th century village inn but with the comfort and facilities of a modern hotel. The hotel has 14 individually designed bedrooms, a bar and restaurant, as well as a weddings and events suite.
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Every Club in Scotland is being provided with its own unique URL (i.e. website address) to gain access to the Scottish Rugby On-Line Ticket Centre. This is virtually identical to the existing On-Line Ticket sales process so if you currently use this method of purchase you won’t notice any difference. However, as soon as you enter the site using the web address on this email/letter, the system will automatically match your purchase against our club and immediately allocate the appropriate commission (based on the gross sales value).
When Will the System Start Operating?
The new system will start operating when tickets go on sale in late April 2011 for Scotland’s 2011 EMC Tests and 2012 RBS 6Nations games. Commission will also be available to our Club for sales of tickets to the Emirates Airlines Edinburgh 7s. You should note that the sale of tickets relating to the biennial Scotland v England game will continue to be processed manually and our club has already received an allocation for the 2012 England game.
If you have any queries about the new commission process, please contact the Club Secretary, Willie McVie
We work with our partners in the Community Planning Partnership to improve the life and opportunities of the local community. With our partners we deliver a range of services for residents, visitors and businesses across the area.
North Ayrshire Council, Cunninghame House, Irvine KA12 8EE
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MCB Electrical are Electricians & Electrical Contractors from Ayrshire that cover the whole of Scotland. We offer our customers a full and comprehensive range of electrical services including all types of domestic, commercial, retail and industrial work.
"From our ancient records, it seems that burghs and burgesses were held in respect and humour, and their trade encouraged and protected."
Arnold F McJannet
The seven trades of Irvine - Hammermen, Weavers, Tailors, Cordiners, Skinners, Wrights and Squaremen and Coopers were well established for generations before the granting of the Seal Of Cause.
In 1424, in the reign of James 1, it was decreed by Act of Parliament that each TRADE should choose a 'DEKYN' or 'MASTER' to control the quality of craftsmanship within his own particular trade. Mary, Queen of Scots, gave permission in 1556 for two craftsmen to serve on the high burgh council enabling the crafts to have a secure footing in the local government of the day.
Traditionally, entry to the Crafts of Irvine was by demonstrating that the members skills met the standards expected (an original "Trading Standards" of the time) and along with the membership brought benefits in the form of charitable aspects which were a form of insurance against poverty and burial expenses.
With trade union reform and loss of political influence, the Trades survived as "purely social and charitable bodies". And this is how most Crafts now exist in Irvine with open membership, dividing efforts towards fellowship events and raising funds for local charities and worthwhile causes. The Wrights & Squares are the exception where membership is still only open to time served craftsmen but they still enjoy the social and charitable efforts.
In the 1960s the Master Court rarely met more than once per year and discussions on our charitable donations lasted all of two minutes as the 'usual' six beneficiaries, who tended to be large national organisations, received their annual " guineas on the nod.
It was Deacon Convenor Bill Gooding who suggested that, with the large broad-based membership of the Trades, we could do a little better with our giving. And so began a transformation of the Incorporation from a mainly inward looking organisation to one which is well known around the town and whose annual dividing up of their Charity Fund, is eagerly awaited by many local beneficiaries.
Our annual giving is now in thousands of pounds with one specific cause chosen as the main focus each year - to receive approximately two thirds of the fund. Actually, we have found it remarkably difficult to select a different recipient each year and at the same time, keep it local.
Since the mid-1960s the Trades have made donations in excess of £260, 000 - quite a transformation. However, the biggest beneficiary is from all this has been the Incorporation itself and its members. The Trades today is a thriving organisation, sure we organise events with a view to raising money for the Charity Fund and, yes each of the Crafts also makes its own donations now as well, but the fun and the fellowship enjoyed by the members and friends as these vents unfold is what is binding the membership together to ensure that the Trades will last for years to come.
Each year sees events organised by individual Crafts such as race nights, literary evenings, bottle stalls, BBQ's or golf away-days. The Incorporation raises more significant funds by holding an annual Cabaret and an annual Charity Golf AM/AM which raises several thousand pounds.
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Refrigerators and Freezers - Servicing and Repairs
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Installers of walk in cold rooms, freezers, display cases, cold shelves, bottle coolers, domestic cabinets and ice machines.
Air Conditioning installed in offices, shops, pubs, clubs and conservatories.
24 Hour Call Out Service Available.
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Seagate Rotary Club follows the Rotary International ethical code by providing service and charity to both the local and international communities by various avenues of fundraising and social activities.
We have a busy schedule for the coming Rotary year, and, in recent times, we have organised the District Conference, taken over a town centre shop for a week, provided hampers to one hundred elderly people in the locality, and run a highly successful Sportsmans Dinner, to name only a few activities.
Seagate Rotary was founded in 1992 and now has twenty-nine active members. We meet on a Monday night at the Ship Inn in Irvine, and we would welcome any individual who wishes to know more about the work of Rotary to visit us on our meeting night.