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Gallery 2014

15th November - Christmas Fayre

The Christmas Fayre on Saturday 15th November was well attended and raised £1354 for Church Funds. The usual stalls were there including home baking, crafts, Christmas goods, bric-a-brac, ginger wine, sweets, jewellery, toys, books and gifts. The Girls Brigade helpers, the ladies (and one gentleman) were kept very busy serving mince pies, shortbread, teas and coffees. The Sunday School had a "Pull a Straw" with lots of prizes for the children. There was also a Santa Sack Lucky Dip. It was a very well supported event on a lovely sunny afternoon

12th October - Harvest Thanksgiving

The Harvest Thanksgiving Service was held on Sunday 12th October when the chancel area was beautifully decorated. After the Service gifts of flowers, fruit or produce were delivered to members of the congregation who are elderly, ill or who have been recently bereaved.

11th May - Girvan 1st Boys Brigade

3rd May - Church Fair

The cold and windy weather on Saturday 3 rd May did not keep the crowds away from our Church Fair. Teas,coffees, scones, jam and cream and shortbread were enjoyed by members and friends who attended.The various stalls were well supported and the wonderful sum of £1050 was raised for the church restoration fund.

2nd May - 1st Girvan Boys Brigade Anchor Boys

1st Girvan Boys Brigade Anchor Boys receive their Promotion Certificates at the Parents Evening

7th April - Girvan North Parish Church Carpet Bowling Club

Girvan North Parish Church Carpet Bowling Club closed for the season on Monday 7th April 2014. The minister, Rev Richard Moffat presented various trophies and prizes to the undernoted winners and runners up. The evening concluded with a lovely supper.

31st January - Nicol Family Concert

The Nicol Family (Jim, Margaret,Andrew and Ross) provided an evening of wonderful entertainment to boost the fund for renovation of our beautiful Church. An evening of light classical songs, songs from the musicals and recitations, monologues and comedy all combined to enthral an audience who braved the awful weather and contributed £755 to the fund.