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Ayrshire's Great War MHS presents a talk by Tom Barclay Monday 1st Feb 2016 at 7:30 pm Lesser Town Hall

Welcome to Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland – the ancient capital of Carrick



Saturday, November 28 was the day of the big switch on of Maybole’s Christmas lights, organised by Maybole Community Association. The entertainment started at 3.30pm in the Town Hall with Mark Fletcher, chairman of Maybole Community Council, as MC and there was plenty of music and dance to keep everyone happy. more


The late Alan Murray has been chosen as the 2015 winner of the Matt Dunnachie Award and his wife Kathleen accepted the trophy from Brian Connolly, convener of Carrick Sports Club, in the Carrick Centre recently. more


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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.

Exploring 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.


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Maybole Historical Society Newsletter. December 2015

Click here to learn more about the Maybole coat of arms.

£70,000 in Scottish Government funding for Maybole Heritage Hub

In Memory of Alan Murray 1949 - 2015

Maybole bypass given go ahead. Read this report in the Carrick Gazette.

The Wilson Story. The family history starts in Maybole

Maybole 500th Anniversary Celebration What do you know about Maybole?

America couple Sara and Briggs Cunningham 'fell in' to Maybole ancestry

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What's on in the Carnegie Building, Maybole?

Photos and story of Maybole Castle

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Click here to see the castles that Andrew Spratt has reconstructed!

Andrew Spratt's Castles

Click here to take an aerial tour of Maybole.

Maybole from the air

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Maybole Coat of Arms

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