This week we take a look back at the South Ayrshire stories and photos from February 2014.

Recognise any faces from these Advertiser pics from 10 years ago?

Ayr Advertiser: Detector

Two Ayr men unearthed what was believed to be the largest haul of medieval coins ever found by metal detectors in Scotland in 2014. Gus Paterson and Derek McLennan, of Hollybush, found 322 coins ranging from the year 1270 to 1345, in a field near Kirkudbright. The treasure hunters believe the coins would have been worth around £75,000 during the medieval period.

Ayr Advertiser: Dundonald

Dundonald Primary School held a celebration of Scottish verse and songs – featuring these Three Craws sitting on a wall.

Ayr Advertiser: Twinning

South Ayrshire Provost Helen Moonie returned from the 30th annual Burns Supper hosted by the St Germain Town Twinning Association in France. She joined a party of 22 from South Ayrshire, which included town twinning representatives from Ayr and members of the Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra.

Ayr Advertiser: Burns

Alloway, Braehead, Doonfoot, Holmston, Kincaidston and Tarbolton Primary Schools with Southcraig and Wellington Schools celebrated The 15th Primary Schools Burns Supper in 2014. Lewis Millar brought in the haggis while the piper was Euan Ramsay.

Ayr Advertiser: Barassie

Barassie Primary School celebrated Rabbie Burns with a poetry competition. The P1 winners, pictured, were Ben Campbell, Kamryn McClure and Riley Milligan.

Ayr Advertiser: The Coylton Primary Burns Supper in 2014

Youngsters from Coylton Primary School held a fantastic Burns Supper at Enterkine House 10 years ago. The haggis was piped in by Jack Donnelly, carried by Rachel MacDonald and addressed in fine style by Douglas Ward. Aimee Pollock was the dram bearer – carrying Scotland’s other national drink…