Welcome to Maybole,
Ayrshire, Scotland – the ancient capital of Carrick
ground-breaking new partnership between
community councils, local estates and a
respected developer is seeking to
provide positive answers to some of the
key challenges facing North Carrick. The
Community Councils of Maybole, Dunure
and Kirkoswald, Maidens and Turnberry
are launching a major community
consultation exercise on the
regeneration proposals for North Carrick
over the next 3 months, which includes a
community wind farm.
Castle was transformed with a marvellous
display of weaponry, vehicles and other
equipment, and you could watch what was
cooking in the field kitchen, as well as
watch weapon firing and displays.
Queen's Baton Relay is a tradition of
the Commonwealth Games and symbolises
the coming together of all Commonwealth
nations and territories. The baton came through Maybole
on June 20th
Situated in the southwest
of Scotland, Maybole is a small town built on a sloping hillside and
overlooks the Southern Uplands with a magnificent view of these rolling
hills. The ancient kingdom of Carrick is the part of Ayrshire south of the
River Doon. Maybole lies 44 miles southwest of Glasgow and about 5 miles
east of the Firth of Clyde.
our site you will find: Photogalleries
of Maybole’s past, present and Places of interest about the
town. Guides composed over the last three
centuries. Famous or Notable
Minniebolers with connections to Maybole. Information and
photographs of our churches, schools, civic groups, clubs and other Community
organisations. Current News
articles from the Ayrshire Post. And for those with an
interest in local and family History searchable archives, on-line books, articles, maps, the Maybole
Historical Society and much more. Those searching for their roots in
Maybole are invited to contact the webmaster Rich
Pettit for listing their interests in the on-site surname
registry or with other questions regarding site resources. Please feel
free to contact us with information, photographs artefacts, etc which you would like to see
put on the site.
Over the years several writers have published the story of Maybole through
the centuries up to their own time. The people of Maybole are indebted to
them for their painstaking and literary efforts and we have
included extracts of their works on this site. None of them, however,
envisaged the phenomenon of the World Wide Web! Now Maybole has a
tremendous opportunity to let the world know of its long and rich history,
and what is happening today.
We extend a
warm welcome to all and an invitation to visit our town if not in person
at least on this site. Maybole currently has a population of under 5,000
citizens but through the Internet I have the notion that, at least in
their hearts, that number could grow.
What's new? Click on the images in the left and
right columns and the links above. For other recent site additions see the
What's New page.
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A Maybole Christmas Story
by Kenny Crawford