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Cate Ross is our new Artist in Residence!


We are excited to announce that Cate Ross has been appointed as Artist in Residence for Maybole Regeneration Project. Cate will be working in partnership with the MRP to.........................

Online Evening Talks – Come and learn about history and the regeneration process!


MRP are hosting a series of online evening talks starting the 9th March 2021 to highlight the history and heritage of North Carrick. This first talk is......

Exciting transformation planned for Maybole Castle!


The Scottish Government has granted £729,659 from their Regeneration Capital Grant Fund to help transform Maybole Castle. The funding will be used to turn the castle into a key attraction bringing the building back into use. The 16th century castle will be completely......................

Online Drop in Sessions – We want to hear from you!


The Regeneration Team are currently unable to offer face to face drop in sessions given current restrictions. However we want to trial 1 hour online drop in sessions on Zoom. Initially we will run online drop in sessions fortnightly rising to weekly if there is a demand. The date for the first online drop-in session with an Introduction to the Team and a .................

Town Hall – Design Team Appointed!


We are excited to announce that Peter Drummond Architects and TCS Construction Consultants have been appointed for the works on Maybole’s Town Hall. The Town Hall is one of the main priority buildings for the project, so this appointment is a major step forward in the redevelopment of ..........................

We are searching for an Artist in Residence!


The Maybole Regeneration Project is seeking an artist to engage the local community in creating works that interpret, celebrate, and document the town's history, heritage, and change.......

Maybole Castle – Design Team appointed!


A major milestone in the regeneration of Maybole’s historic town centre has been reached with the appointment of Collective Architecture for the castle......

Maybole – back to the future as a tourism hub?


There is huge and well-justified concern across the whole tourism and leisure sector at the moment as to the lasting effects of Lockdown and the need for social distancing. Visit Scotland has produced a guide for businesses, with advice regularly updated...

The making of a successful High Street Maybole

The making of a successful High Street


The news that Maybole town centre is to receive £7.5 million in regeneration cash and support from South Ayrshire Council, Historic Environment Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund has been warmly welcomed within the community...

Shop local – it’s not just a phrase, it’s the lifeblood of a thriving town centre Maybole

Shop local – it’s not just a phrase, it’s the lifeblood of a thriving town centre


The Maybole Regeneration Project is four-year regeneration project investing up to £7.5 million in the town centre so it becomes a better place to live, work and visit for residents, businesses and visitors to Carrick’s ancient Capital...

Cate Ross is our new Artist in Residence!

We are excited to announce that Cate Ross has been appointed as Artist in Residence for Maybole Regeneration Project. Cate will be working in partnership with the MRP to.........................

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Online Evening Talks – Come and learn about history and the regeneration process!

MRP are hosting a series of online evening talks starting the 9th March 2021 to highlight the history and heritage of North Carrick. This first talk is......

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Exciting transformation planned for Maybole Castle!

The Scottish Government has granted £729,659 from their Regeneration Capital Grant Fund to help transform Maybole Castle. The funding will be used to turn the castle into a key attraction bringing the building back into use. The 16th century castle will be completely......................

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Online Drop in Sessions – We want to hear from you!

The Regeneration Team are currently unable to offer face to face drop in sessions given current restrictions. However we want to trial 1 hour online drop in sessions on Zoom. Initially we will run online drop in sessions fortnightly rising to weekly if there is a demand. The date for the first online drop-in session with an Introduction to the Team and a .................

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Town Hall – Design Team Appointed!

We are excited to announce that Peter Drummond Architects and TCS Construction Consultants have been appointed for the works on Maybole’s Town Hall. The Town Hall is one of the main priority buildings for the project, so this appointment is a major step forward in the redevelopment of ..........................

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We are searching for an Artist in Residence!

The Maybole Regeneration Project is seeking an artist to engage the local community in creating works that interpret, celebrate, and document the town's history, heritage, and change.......

Read More


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Maybole Castle – Design Team appointed!

A major milestone in the regeneration of Maybole’s historic town centre has been reached with the appointment of Collective Architecture for the castle......

Read More


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Maybole – back to the future as a tourism hub?

There is huge and well-justified concern across the whole tourism and leisure sector at the moment as to the lasting effects of Lockdown and the need for social distancing. Visit Scotland has produced a guide for businesses, with advice regularly updated...

Read More


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The making of a successful High Street Maybole

The making of a successful High Street

The news that Maybole town centre is to receive £7.5 million in regeneration cash and support from South Ayrshire Council, Historic Environment Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund has been warmly welcomed within the community...

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Shop local – it’s not just a phrase, it’s the lifeblood of a thriving town centre Maybole

Shop local – it’s not just a phrase, it’s the lifeblood of a thriving town centre

The Maybole Regeneration Project is four-year regeneration project investing up to £7.5 million in the town centre so it becomes a better place to live, work and visit for residents, businesses and visitors to Carrick’s ancient Capital...

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