Kilmarnock in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... at Christmas the salvation army provide the music to your experience along with one or two end is nigh maniacs. The main mall, the Burns Mall at the top of the shopping area provides more of the same chains seen in every provincial town. Serviced with enough eateries to keep you happy and a delicious trademark Killie Pie on sale in most places you should be well fed, they have a go kart track and bowling alley called the garage in grange street http://www.activitypoint.co.uk/cgi-bin/l ist.cgi?r=kilmarnock&e=1213(TheGarag e), this is a fun way to spend a couple of hours. Kilmarnock football club are in the SPL and usually finish arou... more
Customer Kilmarnock in General Reviews (1)
by - written on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Kilmarnock. A collection of 1960's labour government architecture set within a grey backdrop, drizzle was quite possibly invented here. The town is well connected to the transport infrastructure of southwest Scotland, is within 30 minutes of glasgow and has good parking and rail links. The bleak town centre sporting the usual non identity shops is pedestrianised and quite busy, there are street buskers and one or two donut vendors, at Christmas the salvation army provide the music to your experience along with one or two end is nigh maniacs. The main mall, the Burns Mall at the top of the shopping area provides more of ... Read the complete review
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