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Welcome to the Garnock Valley; a stunning rural area in North Ayrshire, known for our dazzling scenery and close-knit community. Celebrated birthplace of renowned Scottish poets, Alexander Montgomerie and Robert Tannahill, and Henry Faulds; pioneer in the science of fingerprint identification, the Garnock Valley is home to an abundance of historical importance, and modern advancements. Easily accessible from Glasgow, Irvine, and Paisley and only a 15-minute drive from Glasgow Airport, the Garnock Valley is host to numerous beautiful locations, exciting events, and places to eat, stay, and enjoy. Some of these being:

- Our state-of-the-art Garnock Community Campus providing education to school pupils, public swimming facilities, a performance stage and modern gym amenities.

- Our annual Beer Festival held in the grounds of Geilsland Estate by Beith Community Development Trust, bringing the Garnock Valley together for a brilliant day of beers, live music, and delicious foods.

- The annual Garnock Valley Carves chainsaw carving festival, showcasing the skill and imagination of chainsaw artists.

- Our annual Young Farmers Concerts showcasing the talents and imagination of our local Young Farmer’s society members.

- Our local town cattle shows where you can watch sheep showing, horse riding competitions, dog agility, and enjoy fairground rides and games.

- Our annual fair with various exciting rides, foods, and games for all the family to enjoy.

- Annual Christmas light switch on events with lots of lights, laughter, and fun for all the family.

- Superb local restaurants, pubs, bakeries, and cafés; serving a variety of fresh, homemade, delicacies.

- Our local businesses selling everything from handmade gifts and trinkets, to furniture and clothes.

- Beautiful walking and cycling trails throughout the valley.

- Hosts of various community sports, hobby, and kids’ clubs.

- And so much, more…

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