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School leavers in East Ayrshire will benefit from a raft of new opportunities thanks to a £30m, Scotland wide initiative funded by the Scottish Government’s Young Person Guarantee (YPG)
Eat Out to Help Out, helps many in Ayrshire - Joint request from Ayrshire to extend support for hospitality sector
As the original period for the Eat Out to Help Out scheme draws to a close at the end of this month, Ayrshire Joint Economic Committee has made a plea to both the UK and the Scottish Government to consider extending the scheme until the end of November 2020 in a bid to support the local hospitality sector.
East Ayrshire shops, coffee shops, restauarants, leisure and entertainment venues are set to get a boost as they emerge from lockdown with the introduction of the new East Ayrshire Gift card.
It’s Scottish Apprenticeship Week and East Ayrshire Council employees are celebrating by highlighting some of the wonderful apprentices whose enthusiasm and hard work enhance their daily working lives.
“Everybody has a role to play in Kilmarnock’s regeneration” That was the clear message as a much anticipated, bold vision for the future of Kilmarnock Town Centre was unveiled at East Ayrshire Council’s final Cabinet meeting before the summer recess.
Businesses in Kilmarnock are thriving and expanding thanks to East Ayrshire Council’s ambitious programme of building and development at Moorfield Park, which was formally opened by Michael Matheson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity.