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After extensive public consultation, the future of Auchinleck Leisure Centre was settled at a meeting of East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet on Wednesday 14 February 2024, with cross party agreement reached on the final outcome.
Hurlford Primary School gave a warm, festive welcome to Councillors Graham Barton, Elaine Cowan and Maureen McKay who joined the school for their Christmas lunch, prepared and served by Catering Services.
Catering Services has opened a food kiosk at the Ayrshire Athletics Arena on Queens Drive, Kilmarnock.
East Ayrshire Council has mooo-ved away from using single-use plastics in our schools thanks to a contract with the multi-award winning and local dairy farmer, Bryce Cunningham from Mossgiel Organic Farm.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet there was great news for the children and young people of St Sophia’s Primary School. Agreement was reached to increase investment for its refurbishment and subsequently award the contract for the construction works to begin.
School Crossing Patrollers from across East Ayrshire gathered at Council HQ recently for a special event to mark the platinum jubilee of the School Crossing Patrol Service.
Shortlees community larder and shop welcomed visitors from the Council recently to find out more about their work to support the local community.
Eleanor Geddes, Catering Manager at Shortlees Primary, has won first prize/ best in class at ScotHot’s Food For Life challenge at the SEC in Glasgow.
At Cabinet this week, East Ayrshire Council set out plans for managing its property assets for the year ahead. The extensive portfolio covers 298 buildings across a number of service areas including education, corporate, wellbeing, sports and outdoors and cultural and community assets.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet agreement was reached on the annual Learning Estate Management Plan, which will now be submitted to the Scottish Government.
Exciting plans for Stewarton Academy were unveiled at a special community event recently, where parents, carers, young people, the local community and local elected members could view plans for the new extension and internal alterations.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet agreement was reached on the Council’s ten year Capital Investment programme that will see building works to the value £499.581m across East Ayrshire.