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Alec Watt relates the story of his great-grandfather who, when walking to the Auldhouse School from Lockartshields, carried duck eggs to sell to the men working in the lime quarries.
The Log Book covers the 34 years, from 1917 to 1951, and provides a wealth of data on the day-to-day activities of the school.
The community was much involved in curling during the winter months on an outdoor rink at Crosshill Farm.
AULDHOUSE was well covered from a Church of Scotland viewpoint over the centuries.
Candidates are required to produce certificates of their moral character.” The Causeyhead building is still standing, having lost its upper storey, now painted white and used as a store.
It is probable that Auldhouse, or Old House, owes its name to an ancient building located there. THE prosperity of Auldhouse was built firmly on agriculture.
For many years the Auldhouse Arms had a post office and shop adjacent.
The end of World War One was celebrated on November 13, 1918 with a school holiday in similar vein to the entry of May 11, 1945, with the words: “I want to make a special record in this week’s entry, a historical week, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 8 and 9, were given out through the wireless as official holidays.
Tuesday was to be called VE Day and Wednesday VE 1.