Ayrshire Magazine is one of the foremost community-driven, lifestyle magazines in Scotland. When we first launched in September 2014, the magazine became a trusted companion to those living locally within Ayrshire. Produced by local people, for local people, we believe that local businesses and people are the heart and soul of communities.
Today, Ayrshire Magazine is published bi-monthly and prides itself on offering a unique mix of content from exclusive celebrity interviews to local success stories and thought-provoking articles. Add sport, motoring, rural, arts & culture, fashion, business, home & interiors, beauty, food & drink as well as travel into its glossy A4 pages, and the result is a visually engaging magazine that's uplifting, informative and thought-provoking.
We cover the whole of Ayrshire with magazines being distributed across all Ayrshire postcodes and throughout the West of Scotland. Regardless of age or circumstance, Ayrshire Magazine connects with its readers through high quality content, introducing them to the stories, people and brands that interest them the most.
I’ll always remember the day I interviewed comedian, musician and actor, Bill Bailey. Not just because it was a privilege to chat to one of Britain’s best-loved personalities, but also for the fact that I was sitting in my car in a service station somewhere near Peterborough, balancing my notepad, my phone and my recording device, whilst trying my best not to give any clues as to my temporary, somewhat unprofessional working environment. I think I managed it. At least, I hope I managed it.
We have all seen the sad news regarding Ayr Ice Rink and its closure at the end of September. It feels ironic that this local sporting venue, which has brought joy to so many, has closed when one of its young stars is achieving wonderful things in the sport of ice dancing.
Despite being over forty years old, An Officer and a Gentleman remains one of my favourite films. It’s one of the few films I saw more than once at the cinema and although I would happily watch it again, there’s a new version of this 1982 classic that I’m hoping to see instead: An Officer and a Gentleman the Musical.
For those lucky enough to have seen The Ayrshire Lads perform live before, they’ll know what to expect when they return to The Gaiety for a third and final time this February. Or will they?
The passion Edition
I vaguely remember owning a dog. The memories are tucked away in a fuzzy folder, that stage in my childhood impacted by the divorce of my parents. My brain doesn’t allow me to fully remember what life was like but I do remember she was a poodle. Her name was Suki and she appeared at shows. Her puppies sold for big money. I never walked her once. Or threw a ball, or a stick…
The seabed has been described as a gigantic underwater museum, and that’s certainly true of the waters off the Ayrshire coast, home to all manner of shipwrecks with stories to tell – stories of commerce and pleasure, of peace and war, of hope and despair, of better times and worse times. Let’s look at five of those wrecks, all built with war in mind, and their stories.
WHERE DO I EVEN START? Hannah MacMillan “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.”You could argue that Romeo and Juliet is probably the most well-known romance story in the world. The absolute definition of passionate. And yes, once you get past the weird age…
Mindfulness involves learning a skill that can be introduced in a few sessions and be with you for the rest of your life. It is a skill that can help you to relax, a skill for health and well-being, a skill to soothe and calm the mind, and a skill that can give you the resilience to thrive.
The Ancient Society of Kilwinning Archers is the oldest archery club in the UK, if not the world. Established in 1483 during the reign of James III it has continued, with a few breaks, since that time.
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