British Heart Foundation is celebrating its 15th anniversary in Largs on Thursday 23 November. There will be various decorations up in the store on the day, and free birthday cake,Shop manager Mary Nugent said she was delighted to celebrate the big anniversary in the town, and said that the charity shop is always on the look out for new volunteers. Pop in on the day to join in with the celebrations. The shop is based in Hyndman Green in Largs town centre, just across from Largs Railway Station.
An innovative night out is promised on Friday at Lounge's first ever Cabaret evening. Calum McVittie is your host, and this exciting and fast placed show show will feature some amazing acts: Comedian Natalie Potter, drag act October Fist, mentalist Terry McEwan and Ayrshire finest diva, Stephanie Lavell.
Lodge St. John Kilwinning (Largs) No 173 had a recent installation ceremony on Saturday 4th November when Right Worshipful Master, Bro. James Fraser was installed. The local lodge was constituted in 1789 under charter from The Grand Lodge of Scotland. Asked about what freemasonry means to modern society, and whether it is still perceived as a secret society, Largs lodge secretary John Watson responded: "The basic principles have never changed, nor will they.
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Selecting a term
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