A warm welcome to you from the Ayr Spiritualist Centre committee.
We hope you are all keeping safe and well.
Cannot believe it is now autumn. The autumn colours of reds and golds along with the browns and greens in the trees really are making a lovely display at the moment, with the sun shining on them against the bright blue sky backdrop. The air is really crisp and fresh with the hint of winter to come.
I love kicking through dry crackly leaves at this time of year, though they cause Gordon a lot of work, bless him, as he takes it upon himself to clear up the leaves outside the centre. Those who attend the centre know how many trees are nearby, with all the leaves seeming to end up on our path and in our garden.
The roses in the front garden have flowered well this year. The pink rose is in memory of our beloved treasurer Jean Hewitson, the red/purple rose is in memory of our previous president Margaret Nicholson, and the rose that is planted against the cherry tree is a beautiful yellow rose in memory of Marjorie Hatherill, who was a previous secretary of the centre.
We are still unable to reopen the centre at present. We really want to but because of the two meter distancing rule that is in place for all indoor spaces we are not sure when this will happen.
Please continue to access this site and the centres Facebook page and we will keep updating these sites and we will let you know as soon as there are any changes.
Autumn…… the years last loveliest smile William Cullen Bryant
“In my garden there is a large place for sentiment. My garden of flowers is also my garden of thoughts and dreams. The thoughts grow as freely as the flowers, and the dreams are as beautiful.”
– Abram L. Urban