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About Us

We are very fortunate to have a strong and active Board of Trustees all committed to the vision of developing the Hub, improving its ability to serve the wider community and also keen to develop services for local young people.

The Dalry Community Development Hub Trustees come from all walks of life, and are united by their wish to create positive change in our local community. The group is made up of Community minded residents, local business people, representatives of other community groups, parents of young and not so young, and we also have pensioners. It is this broad mix of interest and support that is enabling us to move forward with such strength.


We are so grateful to all our local partners and volunteers for your time, effort and support, none of this would be possible without you.  We want you to know that your support is really appreciated and is making such a difference to people's lives in the local community.

Thank you. 

If you would like to get involved please contact us. Everyone is welcome.  Contact Us 

               DCDH Trustees

Sheena Woodside           Chair
Julie Wales                      Treasurer      
Vacant position              Secretary  
Myra Sim                         Trustee  

James McCosh               Trustee 

Valerie Provan                 Trustee 

Robbie Noble                  Trustee

Anne McGrath                 Trustee

Janet Morton                   Trustee 

Robert Smyth                  Trustee

Alison Hopkins                 Trustee                                   

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Our aim is to advance citizenship and community development through the promotion of civic responsibility, volunteering, and regeneration. This will be achieved through:

• Support for increased community participation and volunteering

• Physical, social and economic regeneration in Dalry

The Hub will ensure that Dalry continues to improve through increasing community participation and volunteering. DCDH hopes to build on the assets of Dalry including the people, the beautiful environment, and the central location within North Ayrshire to make the town an even better place to live and to grow investment within the area.

Vegetable Picking

2023/2024 Plan

To continue to bring the community together through volunteering, tackling social isolation, food poverty and working with multiple agencies and groups to achieve this.

Vegetable Picking
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