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Ayrshire Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in Ayrshire

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Information about Ayrshire

Some information about Ayrshire from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

In 1197, a castle was built by the River Ayr. Shortly afterwards, in 1205, King William the Lion created a burgh at Ayr. On April 26, 1315, the first Parliament of Scotland was held in Ayr by Robert The Bruce at St.John's Tower by the sea.

In the 13th century, friars came to Ayr. Friars were like monks, but instead of withdrawing from the world, they went out to preach. In 1230, Dominican friars arrived in Ayr. According to legend, at the end of the 13th century, the English invited some prominent Scots to a meeting at Ayr, but they then captured and hanged them. In revenge, William Wallace set fire to some barns where English soldiers were staying and burned them to death.

In the 19th century, much of Scotland was transformed by the industrial revolution. However, Ayr did not become a manufacturing centre. It remained a county town although its industries quietly prospered. There were iron foundries in Ayr, and the port continued to flourish. Large amounts of coal were exported from Ayr. There was also a shipbuilding industry in Ayr.

A list of some Towns and villages in Ayshire

Alloway/ Annbank/ Ardrossan/ Auchinleck/ Ayr Ballantrae/ Barassie/ Beith/ Blackwaterfoot/ Brodick Broomlands/ Brunston/ Catrine/ Countywide/ Coylton/ Crosshouse/ Cumnock Dalmellington/ Dalry/ Dalrymple/ Dreghorn/ Dunlop Elderslie/ Fairlie/ Galston/ Gatehead/ Gateside Girvan/ Glangarnock/ Great Cumbrae/ Irvine/ Isle Of Arran/ Isle Of Cumbrae/ Kilbirnie/ Kildonan Kilmarnock/ Kilmaurs/ Kilwinning/ Kirkmichael Kirkoswald/ Lamlash/ Largs/ Loans/ Lochranza Logan/ Machrie Bay/ Mauchline/ Maybole/ New Cumnock/ Newmilns/ Patna/ Prestwick/ Saltcoats Sannox/ Skelmorlie/ Sorn/ Stevenston/ Stewarton Symington/ Tarbolton/ Troon/ Turnberry/ West Kilbride/ Whiting Bay.

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