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Who are we?

We are a community group dedicated to supporting projects and events for the benefit of the village of Lamlash. Membership is free and open to all. We meet on the second Thursday of each month at the Lamlash fire station. So if you are a resident please feel free to come along to the next meeting.

What are our aims?
  • To encourage all projects and improvements for the benefit of Lamlash generally.
  • To hold social events in the village to raise revenue to fund these projects and improvements.
What do we do?

If you’d like to read about our projects over the past year and our plans for the coming year, please have a look at our Newsletter

Why did we think it was time for a website about Lamlash?
Browsing the internet we found that the information about Lamlash is either rather outdated, wrong or incomplete. So we decided to set up a new website with information which is useful and important for residents and visitors. Our aim is to provide as much information as possible and to keep it up-to-date. Every Lamlash based business/facility should be included. If you can’t find your business or if the information is incorrect, please contact us. Every basic entry is free of charge. For a premium entry with clickable links, logo/photo and a short description we kindly ask for a donation of £10 per year to Lamlash Improvements.

This website was donated by GreenMan Web Design.

You can find more details on our Lamlash Improvements website or follow us on Facebook for the most current updates: Lamlash Improvements on Facebook

SAVE OUR VILLAGE GREEN!

North Ayrshire Council took the decision on 23rd June to remove the damaged gabions on the Green and “allow erosion to occur through the removal of defective and dangerous defences and manage the process of retreat”.

We have worked hard to find a solution over the past year. Lady Jean Fforde, the owner of Lamlash Green, very generously agreed to transfer ownership of the damaged area to North Ayrshire Council, who kindly agreed to take it on and do the necessary repairs. At the date of writing (21.3.17) the transfer of the land is nearly completed and we hope the work to repair the sea wall will begin soon, thus saving Lamlash Green for generations to come. Thank you to everyone who made this possible.