Enabling older and disabled people to continue living comfortably and safely in their own homes
Tel: 01292 521126
Address: Gibbsyard, Auchincruive, Ayr KA6 5HW
Email: enquiries@southayrshirecareandrepair.co.uk
About Us

South Ayrshire Care and Repair is an independent Company Limited by Guarantee with charitable status.  Ultimate responsibility lies with its Board of Directors which consists of a broad spectrum of membership from the Elderly forum, Ayrshire and Arran Health Board, other Community Groups and South Ayrshire Council.  We are funded by South Ayrshire Council and our priority is to help as many people as we can, and to provide an affordable service that reflects individuals’ needs. 

Our services are available to homeowners and private rented sector tenants in South Ayrshire who are over 60, or who are disabled. Our Small Repairs Service is also available to Council and Housing Association tenants who are over 60, or who are disabled.  Most of our services are free and if there is a charge we will always let you know of any costs in advance and you can always decide not to have the work done.

Our staff:

  • Karl Adgie (Handyperson)
  • Lorna Attia (Finance & Admin Officer)
  • Morando Bertoncini (Volunteer)
  • Ryan Clarke (Clerical Assistant)
  • Kevin Cumming (Small Repairs Officer)
  • Iain Davidson (Manager)
  • Angela MacDonald (Care and Repair Officer)
  • Maurice McChristie (Volunteer)
  • Calum Steele (Clerical Assistant)
  • Gordon Taylor (Small Repairs Officer)


To find out more, please visit the Our Staff page.


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