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Welcome to 25+pages celebrating the 'Wellwood' Centre and Burns in Irvine
~ or go to our Harbour Heritage main page ~

Open: Apr-Sept: Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat: 2.30-4.30 (Oct-Mar: Sat.)
Admission free (just ring the bell)
'Wellwood', 28 Eglinton St., Irvine, KA12 8AS ::: Virtual visit :::


"The A-list Burns Club" ('Scottish Daily Mail' - Nov. 24th, 2009)
In 1781 Robert Burns worked in Irvine, where Captain Richard Brown encouraged Burns to publish his verse, and Burns kept up with current literature in William Templeton's shop. Burns found Irvine a 'wonderfully educative place' (Carswell).
In 1826, two friends of Robert Burns, with ten others, founded Irvine Burns Club, which, in 1962, opened the Wellwood Museum - open four times weekly from April to September, and weekly during the winter.

Music @ Wellwood - after another enjoyable season -
we are now planning the 2016-17 series
7.30 pm - tickets £10 at the door - details to follow in Aug./Sept.

New website items in 2016:
The Masterclasses page with experts on Burns' music, song, verse and language :::
'Burns and Irvine' by Rev Henry Ranken ::: William Templeton's bookshop and chair


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General email: info @ irvineburnsclub.org
Hon. Secy: honsecy @ irvineburnsclub.org


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