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The Win Your Dream Christmas competition gives people the chance to win a £1,000 East Ayrshire Gift Card
DART – the Darvel and Area Regeneration Team – is honoured and delighted to receive the King’s Award for Voluntary Services. Equivalent to an MBE and recognising outstanding voluntary work this is the highest award that a volunteer organisation can receive.
Community groups gathered at the Communities Conference in Cumnock last week to discuss topics such as funding, event planning and community led regeneration.
A Dyslexia Roadshow held in Kilmarnock last week provided support and information for people who live with dyslexia, or know someone who does.
East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet has agreed to continue to invest in the Active Schools programme until 2027 due to its ongoing success in East Ayrshire.
Vibrant Communities will be hosting a free event next month during Dyslexia Awareness Week Scotland where people can chat about dyslexia and the support that is available.
Residents of Springhill Gardens in Kilmarnock have a new garden that they’ll be able to enjoy using for a whole range of events throughout the year.
Over 120 older people took part in a conference this week at Dumfries House aimed at finding out ‘What Matters To You?’
As one of only seven Scottish towns, Kilmarnock will receive £20 million from the UK Government over the next 10 years. This funding will put the local community and businesses at the heart of town centre improvements.
The running track at Kilmaurs’ Morton Park has undergone a real transformation thanks to a community asset transfer and partnership working between the Kilmaurs Gala Committee, the Kilmaurs community and East Ayrshire Council’s Greener Communities team.
The rain stayed away for this year’s Playday which once again saw Kilmarnock’s Kay Park transformed into a celebration of play and fun for over 6000 children and families from across East Ayrshire.
Kilmarnock Business Association, in partnership with East Ayrshire Leisure, East Ayrshire Council, and the Robert Burns World Federation, has selected acclaimed artist Michael Corr to design and install a new mural paying tribute to our national bard on a prominent gable end in Kilmarnock Town Centre.