North Coast2021-07-07T14:30:19+01:00

North Coast

The North Coast Locality area includes Cumbrae and the seaside towns of Largs, Fairlie, Skelmorlie and West Kilbride. It has a population of around 24,700 residents. Download our North Coast Infographic here 

Largs is a traditional seaside resort and has a huge selection of amenities and activities that people make use of. It has great shops and restaurants and nationally recognised quality ice-cream! You can also catch a ferry to Cumbrae for the day or visit the Vikingar Centre.

Fairlie, Skelmorlie and West Kilbride, although smaller than Largs, also have some great amenities including restaurants, shops and lovely rural walks. The seafront at Seamill has a long sandy beach and there is a small harbour at Portencross with beautiful views.

If you live on the North Coast and would like to become involved the Locality Partnership might interest you. Alternatively, you may be interested in joining your local Community Council. Find our more using the links on the right of this page.

Local funding may be available through Grant Applications.

North Coast Locality Partnership 2021 Meeting Dates

  • 2 March 2021 – On-line via Microsoft Teams
  • 1 June 2021  – On-line via Microsoft Teams
  • 14 September 2021 – On-line via Microsoft Teams
  • 14 December 2021 – On-line via Microsoft Teams

All meetings will be held from 6 to 8pm. Meeting papers can be viewed here.

North Coast Locality Partnership Impact Report

North Coast LP Impact Report

Community News

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October 22nd, 2021|

Locality Members

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