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Adult Support and Protection Day 2024

Some adults in East Ayrshire are more at risk of experiencing harm. This could be due to illness, trauma or a physical or mental health condition.

Councillor Douglas Reid and Councillor Jim McMahon at the official opening of Quarry Knowe Court

Official opening of Quarry Knowe Court in Auchinleck

Councillor Jim McMahon has performed the official opening of East Ayrshire Council’s new assisted living housing development – Quarry Knowe Court in Auchinleck, unveiling a plaque to mark the special occasion.  

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16-day campaign to spotlight issues of gender based violence

A series of East Ayrshire events aim to raise awareness of gender based violence during the international 16 Days of Action to Eradicate Gender Based Violence campaign, which launches today, Friday 25 November.

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Local protection agencies join forces to help those at risk of harm or abuse

All three Ayrshire Adult Protection Committee Chairs and Councils in partnership with NHS Ayrshire & Arran and Police Scotland, have joined together in a campaign to remind people that we all still need to be united in protecting people from harm or abuse.

Challenge Poverty Week

Challenge Poverty Week

A series of open days have been held across East Ayrshire this week in support of Challenge Poverty Week, a campaign that’s run every year by the Poverty Alliance.

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Challenge Poverty Week open days coming to a venue near you

A series of open days will be held across East Ayrshire from 4-8 October in support of Challenge Poverty Week, a campaign that’s run every year by the Poverty Alliance.

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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.