Hello, the Trust was established by a charitable trust deed on 25th May 1995 in order to hold funds contributed to the Trust and apply them for the benefit or furtherence of the charitable provisions of the Trust which is to offset the adverse affects caused within the former District of Cumnock and Doon Valley by shallow mining operations.
The Trust’s objectives are to support projects in the former local government area of Cumnock and Doon Valley district which would benefit communities within that area which have been and continue to be adversely affected by the opencast mining industry.
Every member is a girl and our aim is to find them a friend.
Scottish Women's Aid is the lead organisation in Scotland working towards the prevention of domestic abuse.
We play a vital role campaigning and lobbying for effective responses to domestic abuse.
More History of Scottish Women's Aid2016 marks 40 years since Scottish Women’s Aid was founded, bringing together a network of local Women’s Aid groups across Scotland.
These genuine editions have been carefully preserved under optimum conditions and make perfect keepsake gifts for milestone occasions, such as anniversaries and birthdays.
These look great but will also help to store your Troops from the People's Republic of China move into North Korea and launch a massive counterattack against South Korean and American forces at Chosin.
Our wonderful supporters have sung for us, run for us, baked cakes for us, and even cut their hair for us.
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Please use this group to exchange information on your research interests and seek answers to your questions. From Mike Bilham, : I'm trying to locate an address, possibly a farmstead, called Skylahill, possibly in or near to Newmilns, Ayrshire. It is listed in nine entries in response to 'Skylahill' in the Yahoo search engine. Unfirtunately none of them really locates the place and the attribution to Newmilns isn't backed up.
If your interests lie in family history, you may find Ayrshire Family History Societies and related sites useful. I can't find it on online OS maps, old or modern, Nor can I see it on the old maps on the National Library of Scotland website, which I can only search visually.