Ayrshire Post : 2019-09-18

News : 9 : 9


9 www. ayrshirepo­st. co. uk 18.09.2019 RYAN CARROLL A former pupil of Wellington School has fallen to his death from a third- floor Edinburgh flat. Patrick Smith, 21, slipped out of a window of a property in Warrender Park Road after 3am last Sunday. Patzo, as he was known to his pals, was studying chemical engineerin­g at Edinburgh University and was once part of South Ayrshire Swim Team. He lived in Prestwick with his family. His friend Jay led the tributes on Twitter: “This week I lost my gorgeous best friend, Patrick always wanted the best for me ( don’t worry I’ll quit smoking). “He was genuinely the most brave and fearless boy I know, and I think many people feel the same. “I am so honoured to have known you as you were a ray of light and life of the party. “You introduced me to a community that has helped me grow so much, pushed me outside of my comfort zone and gave me so much confidence, so I am entirely grateful. “We bickered like cat and dog Open Day Sunday 29th September 12pm - 4pm Enterkine has been refurbishe­d and includes our fabulous Oak Framed Glass Pavilion, the first of its kind in Ayrshire. With spectacula­r views from our terrace to the River Ayr, this is a stunning building and can cater for up to 350 guests. BOOKINGS TAKEN ON THE DAY FOR YOUR 2020 WEDDINGS ENTERKINE COUNTRY HOUSE, ANNBANK, BY AYR, SCOTLAND, KA6 5AL 01292 520580 mail@ enterkine. com Call Email OPEN DAILY 12PM- 8.30PM River View Restaurant Our Head Chef, David Picken, after 7 years success at the Black Bull Tarbolton, joins Enterkine. David and his team produce homemade, delicious Afternoon Tea, Lunch, Dinner and lighter bites. See our menus online at www. enterkine. com PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­r. com + 1 604 278 4604 . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW