Fullarton Community Association was formed in 1976, and moved into the Green Hut in 1979 when the group gained their charitable status. In 2013 we took ownership of the land from the North Ayrshire Council as part of a community asset transfer and revealed plans to raise funding to build a new community centre. Fullarton Community Association with support from North Ayrshire Council secured funding from various sources including Big Lottery and Irvine Bay Regeneration Company. The New Fullarton Community Hub opened in November 2017 and employs 7 members of staff. Fullarton Community Hub is in the heart of a small community in the Fullarton area of Irvine. The Community Association is run by a volunteer management committee that is driven by the needs of the local community.
Fullarton Community Hub runs a variety of groups and services on a week to week basis as well as being a host for many private functions. The community hub has a history of working effortlessly in tackling issues in relation to poverty, employability, mental health, and physical wellbeing, tackling loneliness and isolation, and the impact of addictions.
As an organisation it is our aim to provide a person-centred holistic approach, to provide an array of positive opportunities for families and individuals no matter what their age, physical or financial capability. We aim to tackle the current cost of living crisis to support individuals with inclusive activities, whilst at the same time allowing us to provide opportunities for inclusive activities in order to address the social isolation issues that many members of our community are currently experiencing.
Fullarton Community Hub staff and voluntary management committee will manage the project the way they manage the Community Centre, MUGA and Community Garden, and Choices Community Food Shop

Our website can be accessed via https://fullartoncommunityhub.wordpress.com