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Ayr Justice of the Peace Court

Ayr Justice of the Peace Court sits in the Sheriff Court House, Wellington Square, Ayr.  The courtroom itself in on the first floor (the other courtrooms are used for the Sheriff Courts).  The court sits on weekdays, from 10 am until 4 pm.Ayr Justice of the Peace Court

Contact Ayr Justice of the Peace Court

To contact Ayr Justice of the Peace Court, phone the “Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service” helpdesk on 01292 268474. The court is extremely busy, often dealing with 70 cases or more in a day. All cases at Ayr Justice of the Peace Court are scheduled to start at 10 am.  In such a busy court, it is inevitable that most people who are called to appear will have to wait (for up to an hour or more) to have their cases called. The order that cases are called depends on the Procurator Fiscal (the prosecutor).  Waiting room facilities are provided and there is a small public gallery in the court.  There are refreshment facilities in the morning, offering tea and coffee.

Arriving at Ayr Justice of the Peace Court

On arrival at Ayr Justice of the Peace Court for your hearing, you should report to the court officer, providing your name and the name of your solicitor.  You will be asked to take a seat in the public gallery until your case calls.

Getting to Ayr Justice of the Peace Court

The Court is situated near the beach in Wellington Square.  It is 12 minutes walk from Ayr train station (located in Smith Street).  There is free local parking.

Address: Sheriff Court House, Wellington Square, Ayr, KA7 1EE

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