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Corporate Enforcement Officers from East Ayrshire Council are encouraging the public to keep reporting fly tipping, after recent success in bringing a prosecution to Court. And they’re warning anyone fly tipping or using non-registered waste carriers to remove waste that they can be at risk of a fixed penalty of £500 if it’s found fly-tipped.
Mary Cox has been celebrating her centenary in Kilmarnock.
This time of year is inevitably one for reflection, looking back over the past year, while preparing for the New Year to come. And this year is no exception. As with any year it’s not been without its challenges, but it has also brought many reasons for optimism and recognition of some of the positives which we’ve seen in East Ayrshire.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Alyson Simmons visited Craigie couple Alex and Janette Cousar recently to congratulate them on 65 years of marriage.
Councillor Drew Filson visited Michael and Edith Haining from Dalmellington recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.
Elected members of East Ayrshire Council received an update at the Council meeting this week on work that has been taken forward to support veterans and the armed forces community across East Ayrshire through the Armed Forces Community Covenant.
2023 has flown by and it’s once again time for us to gather with family and friends and to create new and lasting memories.
Muirkirk business, John Dawson Butchers Ltd has been officially recognised for their exceptional attention to hygiene standards, with an Eat Safe Award from Food Standards Scotland.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor William Lennox visited Catrine couple John and Betty Holland recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Depute Provost Claire Leitch and Councillor Elaine Stewart visited Drongan couple May and John McKelvie recently to congratulate them on 65 years of marriage.
Councillor Douglas Reid visited Ronnie and Pat Sharpe from Kilmarnock recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.
Councillor Maureen McKay visited Iain and Catherine Murray from Kilmarnock recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.