Is Ayrshire a nice place to live?
SOUTH Ayrshire has been ranked the 16th best place to live in the UK for the second year. Bank of Scotlands latest quality of life survey results were announced last week with East Ayrshire ranked 26 and North Ayrshire 27. South Ayrshire includes the towns of Ayr, Girvan, Maybole, Prestwick and Troon.
Is Ayrshire a safe place to live?
South Ayrshire is a safe place to live, where crimes of public disorder and violence have continued to reduce. Ayrshire average over recent years.
What is Ayrshire famous for?
Ayrshire is home to some of the most attractive and historic areas in Scotland. Theres far more to it than being just Burns country, with a host of famous figures from history – ancient and more recent – having visited. Robert the Bruce was reputedly cured of leprosy after drinking from a well in Prestwick.
What do you call a person from Ayr?
Ayr - Robert Burns description of Ayr as Auld Ayr, wham neer a town surpasses, for honest men and bonnie lasses has stuck. Dumfries - The people from this town at the southern end of Scotland are known as Doonhamers (down home).
What food is Ayr famous for?
With miles of unspoilt coastline and acres of farmland, its no secret that Ayrshire is famous for its award-winning Scottish food and drink, such as quality Ayrshire bacon, Ayrshire potatoes, freshly caught seafood, locally brewed beers, deliciously creamy cheese and even creamier ice cream, to mention just a few.
Where is the most affordable place to live in Scotland?
Scotlands top five affordable areasKilbirnie, North Ayrshire.Cumnock, East Ayrshire.Stevenston, North Ayrshire.Irvine, North Ayrshire.Girvan, South Ayrshire.11 Mar 2021