Easter 2002
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There was no reason for any Maybole youngsters to be bored during the Easter holidays, as they had quite a range of activities to choose from to keep them amused. South Ayrshire Council had organised golf and tennis tuition, and fun sessions at Maybole Pool. Meanwhile, attractions in the Town Hall included a circus workshop, with numerous skills to try, and a children's spectacular. The golf tuition was provided by the professional at Brunston Castle Golf Course, with three lessons each week of the break. At Carrick Academy, there were two session of Fun Tennis in each week, consisting mostly of fun games, but with a little coaching from Gordon Cowell. The Town Hall had Ross and Lexie from the Big Top Circus Workshop teaching the youngsters to juggle, spin plates and other circus skills. Fifi the Clown provided plenty of entertainment also in the Town Hall with songs, stories, puppets, games and dancing. There was a fun session at Maybole Pool with rafts, floats, and shapes, and the final activity was a Pool Disco last Friday evening.  From the Ayrshire Post April 2002.


Connor McClung, Rachel Campbell, and Lauren Gracie

Brittany Campbell, Tyree Barr and Emily Kiltie

Morning four year olds

Afternoon three year olds

EASTER bonnet parades proved a big hit with the tots of Cairn nursery class in Maybole. The youngsters went on parade right round the other classes of Cairn Primary. Pupils and teachers of the classes judged the top three among morning nursery tots. Rachel Campbell was winner among the four-year-olds who attend in the mornings. Connor McClung was second and Lauren Gracie was third. The three-year-olds in the nursery's afternoon class had a visit from Cairn teachers. Tyree Barr was judged winner, with Emily Kiltie second and Britanny Campbell third. From the Ayrshire Post  5 April 2002.