|The Catholic population in Ayrshire was growing and was ministered to by visiting priests, Bishop Cameron sent Rev William Thomson to be the first Parish priest.
|After much petitioning by the Rev William Thomson, the foundation stone was laid for the St Margaret’s.
|The new St Margaret’s church was officially opened.
|A permanent school was opened for the children of St Margaret’s in a new building adjacent to the church.
|St Margaret’s High School opened in Whitletts Road when all classes were transferred from the ‘wee school’ next to the church. This became the church hall.
|The old chapel house was demolished due to the realignment and upgrading of John Street. A new chapel house was built to the north of the church.
|The Old School Building was raized to the ground to make way for the new church hall.
|The new Church Hall was opened by Provost McNeill.
|Works start on the renovations of St Margaret’s.
|St Margaret’s re opens. Parishioners Pat Lynch, Mary Godfrey, Lee Galloway and Ken Burrell cut the ribbon.
|Pope Benedict XVI accepted the petition of Right Reverend John Cunningham, the 7th Bishop of Galloway, to move the cathedral seat to St Margaret’s Church, Ayr.
|The ‘Glory to God in The Highest’ window was installed (on the west side of the nave, above the main entrance) and dedicated