Everyone from the local community is welcome, and you will always be greeted with a friendly face.
At our Community Spaces you can:
- Enjoy a free cuppa and a biscuit
- Engage in conversation with members from the local community, our staff and volunteers
- Enjoy the company of our companionship dogs
- Bring along your own canine companion
- Join in our free Group Dog Walks
- Access our free pet food bank
- Shop at our Troon and Alloa spaces
We want everyone to keep safe in our Community Spaces, so please click the button below to see a few ‘handy hints’ from the team which we kindly ask you to read and observe!
Become a Charity Friend
Additional free services you can access as a Charity Friend include:
- Free group activities, like crafts, chair yoga or even Spanish lessons (activities will depend on your local Community Space)
- Free access to our Zoom class activities
- Free relaxing therapy treatments, like Reflexology or Reiki
- Free birthday card sent to you every year
- Free Sunshine Packs
How to find us
988 Pollokshaws Road
Please note: We will be closed on Public and Bank Holidays and this Community Space will be closed on Tuesday 16th May.
9 Ayr Street
15 Mar Street
Please note: We will be closed on Public and Bank Holidays.
“I think this is a valuable asset to the community for pensioners and dog lovers alike. Even if you haven’t signed up for anything, you can always drop in for a cup of tea and a chat!”
Rose McGregor (70)
“This is a wonderful place to have in Troon! Very cheerful girls – so friendly, always offering tea and coffee!”
Pat Dickson (72)
“Most definitely adds value to the community! Wonderful idea! A place anyone can come along for a chat and a coffee – with or without their dog! The range of activities on offer is super and free and I most definitely have benefitted from Give a Dog a Bone!”
Elizabeth Paton (61)
“This project brings a lot of value to the area. I was able to bring my dogs and we all relaxed in the company of other learners and dogs. Brilliant!”
Elizabeth Steadman (63)
“This is a very innovative project.”
Janice Stienlet (72)