Carrick District Scouts

Carrick District of Ayrshire Scouts has now merged with Kyle District to form a new District called Kyle and Carrick.

There will be a new District Badge appearing shortly.To visit the new District Page click on the link above.

Carrick is very much a rural district with the main towns being Girvan, a fishing port, with numerous other industries around it and Maybole, a small industrial town.


Carrick Scouts have been putting their hand to bridge building during a camp at Straiton when they built this structure across the River Girvan.



Carrick Beaver Scouts held a fun day at Crosshill and these are some of the pictures from that day.



Beaver Scouts from Girvan, Dailly, Crosshill, Kirkmichael and Maybole gathered at Dailly Activity Centre on Tuesday 7 March for a Fun Night. Organised by Dailly Beaver Leader, Joyce McIntyre, the boys and girls enjoyed the Bouncy Castle, tried their hand at basketball, skittles and Beat The Goalie, experimented with a parachute and finished up with a round of traditional action songs.

This year's event contained something different - a Year 2000 Challenge. Some of the Beaver Colonies are aiming to score 2000 points in four different activities before 31 December in the Scouting Magazine "C2K" Challenge.

The Beavers have challenged their local Councillors to join C2K - a score of 2000 points will earn Honorary Beaver Scout status (or something similar). Never one to shy away from a challenge and always keen to keep close to the Carrick community, local Councillor Paul Torrance scored his first 1000 points by joining the fun and games at Dailly.


30 Cub Scouts from the Carrick District had a great week-end at Barrhill to celebrate the end of the Millennium.

They enjoyed a series of games and challenges linked to the Explorer Badge and with a theme based on the TV programme, The Flintstones.

Over the week-end the learned how to build shelters, planned for a expedition and cooked sausages on an open fire. On the Saturday evening visitors from Barrhill joined in the activities, dodging the dinasaurs bombs when raiding their caves for treasure, and learned some campfire songs.

Some of the Cub Scouts and leaders at the above week-end


The Ayrshire Area Camp Site is within the District at Culzean.

District Diary


Below is a list of the Groups/Units in the District and where they operate. Click on the Group for further information, or page through the information.

2nd Ayrshire (Ballantrae)3rd Ayrshire (Girvan)7th Ayrshire (Maybole)
26th Ayrshire (Straiton) 77th Ayrshire (Dailly))94th Ayrshire (Barrhill)

For further information on the District, please E-Mail me.

2nd Ayrshire

The Group operates in Ballantrae and has Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts and Scouts.

Ballantrae is the most southern point of the District and indeed the Area

3rd Ayrshire

The 3rd operates in Girvan and has Beaver Scouts, Cub scouts and Scouts.

7th Ayrshire

This Group operates in Maybole and has Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts and a Scouts.

26th Ayrshire

The 26th operate in Straiton and have Beaver Scout and Cub Scout sections.

77th Ayrshire

Based in Dailly, this Group runs Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts and Scouts.

94th Ayrshire

The 94th operates in the country village of Barrhill and runs a Cub Scout Section which is currently inactive.

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Author :- Bob McIntyre