About: Belmont, Ayr

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Belmont is an area within the south of the town of Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK. It was developed for local authority housing before the outbreak of World War Two in 1939, around Belmont Avenue, Chalmers Avenue and Morton Road. In the late 1950s, work commenced on a much larger council housing development at South Belmont, in an area enclosed by Peggieshill Road, Fenwickland Avenue, Burnbank Road and Dalmellington Road. The main services within the Belmont area are Belmont Academy, which was originally built in 1960 on the site of the former Belmont House which was the home of the Mathie-Morton family, Yeomanry House on Chalmers Road, St Paul's R.C. Church and a number of shops dotted around the area, including a Morrisons supermarket in the north adjacent to Castlehill Road. St Paul'

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  • Belmont, Eskoziako Ayr udalerriko auzo bat da, Hegoaldeko Ayrshire konderrian. (eu)
  • Belmont is an area within the south of the town of Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK. It was developed for local authority housing before the outbreak of World War Two in 1939, around Belmont Avenue, Chalmers Avenue and Morton Road. In the late 1950s, work commenced on a much larger council housing development at South Belmont, in an area enclosed by Peggieshill Road, Fenwickland Avenue, Burnbank Road and Dalmellington Road. The main services within the Belmont area are Belmont Academy, which was originally built in 1960 on the site of the former Belmont House which was the home of the Mathie-Morton family, Yeomanry House on Chalmers Road, St Paul's R.C. Church and a number of shops dotted around the area, including a Morrisons supermarket in the north adjacent to Castlehill Road. St Paul's Church was built in 1967 and was designed by architect John Frederick Torry. (en)
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  • Belmont (en)
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  • Belmont Avenue (en)
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  • Belmont, Eskoziako Ayr udalerriko auzo bat da, Hegoaldeko Ayrshire konderrian. (eu)
  • Belmont is an area within the south of the town of Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, UK. It was developed for local authority housing before the outbreak of World War Two in 1939, around Belmont Avenue, Chalmers Avenue and Morton Road. In the late 1950s, work commenced on a much larger council housing development at South Belmont, in an area enclosed by Peggieshill Road, Fenwickland Avenue, Burnbank Road and Dalmellington Road. The main services within the Belmont area are Belmont Academy, which was originally built in 1960 on the site of the former Belmont House which was the home of the Mathie-Morton family, Yeomanry House on Chalmers Road, St Paul's R.C. Church and a number of shops dotted around the area, including a Morrisons supermarket in the north adjacent to Castlehill Road. St Paul' (en)
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