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An innovative online reporting system, which will help our communities pinpoint fly-tipping, has launched this week.
Towns and villages across East Ayrshire are cleaner, greener and more vibrant after the Council and communities joined forces to support the Keep Scotland Beautiful summer clean 2021 campaign.
A rise in reports of sheep worrying is causing concerns for farmers across East Ayrshire.
They say man’s best friend is a dog and they have a reputation for keeping people safe in all sorts of circumstances.
Now pooch power has helped keep smokers in the Cumnock area safer, after Trading Standards Officers worked last week with Consumer Protection dogs to seize over 7000 illegal cigarettes from a shop in the town.
In communities across East Ayrshire, people are out collecting litter, are reporting fly tipping and dog fouling and supporting the efforts of our teams from across the Council.
A new online reporting system that will help communities pinpoint flytipping is currently being developed by East Ayrshire Council.
Smokers in East Ayrshire can now breathe more easily thanks to the vigilance of the public, the thorough investigations of Trading Standards, and the tobacco tracking talents of Dixie the Consumer Protection dog.
Police officers in East Ayrshire are now able to patrol remote and rural areas of the community in an effort to target crimes and offences in East Ayrshire.
Scotland is Stunning – East Ayrshire backs Zero Waste Scotland campaign urging people to bin litter or take it home
Visitors to East Ayrshire are urged not to spoil it by littering when they’re enjoying days out in our beautiful landscape.
Community Planning partners in East Ayrshire have renewed their commitment to eradicating the scourge of doorstep crime and bogus callers.
East Ayrshire Council continues to adapt and introduce new ways of working to ensure vital services are continuing to be delivered to East Ayrshire communities throughout lockdown.