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Local organisations and groups are being encouraged to submit their health and wellbeing projects to a public vote for a chance to receive funding.
Community Payback teams in East Ayrshire have been busy helping to maintain local football clubs and making sure that stadiums continue to meet the high standards set by the Scottish Football Association.
Service users, families and carers can now share their experiences of health and social care services in East Ayrshire using Care Opinion, an online feedback platform.
Following a review of large scale grants, the recent meeting of Cabinet has confirmed funding for eight local partner organisations that provide vital services to the people of East Ayrshire.
East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership (EAHSCP) has signed a new charter that will support close working relationships between service providers across the area.
Gambling business in East Ayrshire were visited last week by staff from East Ayrshire Council and the Gambling Commission to check that they are complying with the terms of their gambling licences.
Minister for Mental Wellbeing and Social Care, Kevin Stewart visited Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust (KSRHT) to view the development and find out more about the joint projects being delivered within the community hub.
An art project in East Ayrshire has brought a splash of colour to town, promoting diversity and supporting wellbeing for young people. The art installation, featuring dragons, flying fish and computer game inspired characters, has transformed a busy walkway in Kilmarnock town centre into a unique gallery experience.