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Armed Forces Community Covenant

Councils renew commitment to Armed Forces Community Covenant

All three Ayrshire councils have renewed their commitment to the Armed Forces Community Covenant to strengthen the support provided to the Armed Forces and veterans’ community.

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Pass Wide and Slow Ride

Horse riders, bike riders and pedestrians got together to raise awareness and educate other road users on how to safely pass riders on the road to mark national Pass Wide and Slow Day on 19 September.

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Maths Week 2021 adds up to a whole lot of fun

East Ayrshire teachers have been working hard preparing for Maths Week Scotland 2021, the annual national celebration of Maths that starts on Monday 27 September.

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Extreme pressures on our care services

In recent days we have seen the highest rates of coronavirus infections recorded.  Covid-19 continues to adversely affect the population of East Ayrshire. 

For critical community health and care services, there is increasing demand and staffing is under extreme pressure.

Joint patrols at Woodroad Park, Cumnock

Successful joint Council and Community Planning Partnership event highlights importance of partnership working

The seventh annual Joint Engagement event, which involved the Council and the Community Planning Partnership (CPP) Board, was held virtually this week.

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Waterhaughs footbridge officially opened

The new Waterhaughs footbridge in Darvel has been completed by the Ayrshire Roads Alliance and is once more connecting the local community.

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New pricing for two Kilmarnock town centre car parks

Back in June, East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet agreed to the demolition of the multi-storey car park in Kilmarnock. This week, Cabinet heard detailed plans for the demolition and agreed to a new pricing structure within two town centre car parks where vehicles can park for just £1.50 a day.