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Unfortunately due to the current situation with corona virus and following government guide lines, Barrhill Memorial Hall has been closed with immediate effect. All booking are cancelled for the foreseeable future. We will be in contact when bookings can resume. Thank you for the understanding in this matter.

Relief caretaker vacancy
Barrhill youth club

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weekly coffee morning
2019 easter event

Check out this great poster created by Barrhill lad, Kyle Stewart!

Barrhill Community Interest Company is running Children's Easter Activities on Saturday 13th April. Meet at the Memorial Hall at 1pm and follow a map and clues around the village to win your prize!

Children should be accompanied by an adult please.

Families and all the community are very welcome - the prizes for the Easter word hunt are just for the children though!!! 😜😁

This is the start of regular youth work events and activities happening in Barrhill - watch this space.

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For more information click the Trout Inn Info tab above

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Barrhill cinema night
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Barrhill film night

Book of Barrhill Fallen

Great for the BCIC last night to receive the book of Barrhill Fallen from the Girvan and District Great war Project's Lorna and Ritchie Conaghan, seen here presenting the book to Johnnie Thomson. The plan is to have the book on permanent display in the Memorial Hall but in the meantime anyone interested in viewing can do so when the office is open, usually most Tuesdays

Barrhill book of fallen

Barrhill Remembers - Remembrance Weekend Commemoration Events

Photographs © Linda Wild - all rights reserved

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BCIC is responsible for the management of wind farm benefit funds and the related community projects for Barrhill. Our remit is to deliver best value and to manage these funds in the best interests of the community.

Six months ago we engaged the support of Creetown Initiative, an experienced Social Enterprise, who have been guiding and helping us to get projects off the ground. They have advised that as a Community Interest Company we do not have charitable status, which means that we miss out on things like rates exemption and reduced water rates (this is particularly relevant to the Memorial Hall). It also means that we can't apply to a number of funders who will only work with groups with charitable status.

In order to maintain the winter fuel payments (which is not regarded by the charity regulator as charitable) we have to retain the Community Interest Company. However we can create a separate charity to take forward other projects, so this is what we intend to do.

In summary, the BCIC will solely manage the winter fuel payments and the new charity, which will be called Barrhill Development Trust, will manage everything else.

  1. This will save money
  2. It will provide access to other funds
  3. It will provide transparency
  4. It will give us access to the charity network through bodies like the Development Trust Association Scotland (DTAS) who offer a wide range of support

The draft constitution for the new charity, which will be a “Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation” (SCIO), is available for members to see. It is available to download here. Or, please . Alternatively there are paper copies in the village shop.

The BCIC AGM will be held in the Memorial Hall on Wednesday 10th October at 7.00pm.
All residents are welcome.

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