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Jobs galore – Grand Hall recruitment fair a roaring success

“A great event, well organised and lots of different opportunities on offer”  -  the comment of one of nearly 700 people who flocked to East Ayrshire Council’s Recruitment Fair where over 50 employers, advice and training agencies were on hand to give advice and offer jobs and apprenticeships to job seekers of all ages.

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New units bring opportunities to Cumnock Town Centre

Cumnock’s multi-million pound regeneration has moved into a new phase with with launch of the  brand new 935 sqm Farmfoods store and retail units right in the centre of town.

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Galston regeneration enters exciting new phase as new street design agreed

Galston’s built landscape is set for another boost to its regeneration plans with a newly announced £3.5m project which will open up the landscape, provide a brand new commercial unit and  create more accessible facilities within the  former Burgh Chambers which will be restored to its former glory.

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New Ayrshire partnership seeks non exec directors

Future economic growth in Ayrshire is set for a big boost with the formation of a new Ayrshire Regional Economic Partnership which brings together local authorities and their partner organisations, education and business to stimulate the local economy and build inclusive growth.

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Recruitment Fair set for 7 March

Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall is set to be filled with businesses showcasing vacancies on 7 March as East Ayrshire Council’s Employability team hold another in their highly successful series of recruitment events aimed at matching up people with prospective employers and training courses.

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Ayrshire given major jobs and investment boost after green light given for Growth Deal

Ayrshire is set for a major jobs boost after it was confirmed that over £240million is set to be ploughed into the local economy.

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Ochiltree and Catrine get placemaking approval

Plans for the future of land use in Ochiltree and Catrine took a step forward this week as East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet approved the latest stage in the Placemaking processes for the two communities.

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These boots are made for walking... with the Coalfields Community Landscape Partnership

East Ayrshire Community Coalfields Landscape Partnership is celebrating their launch with two events and a series of walks designed to bring the communities together to share memories, ideas and enjoy their surrounding environment.

 

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“Call for Projects” set to improve coalfield landscapes

The landscape around East Ayrshire’s former mining communities is set to be transformed with the help of an initial Heritage Lottery Fund  (HLF) grant of nearly £200k.