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A mixture of sports, games and singing made up the many events that were held across East Ayrshire to mark Learning Disability Awareness Week, seven days which celebrate the inclusion of people with learning disabilities in our communities.
East Ayrshire Council’s commitment to combating climate change took another positive step this week as Cabinet approved measures to help schools and communities work towards net zero targets.
The Council’s Youth Action Team is currently making its way around East Ayrshire schools to encourage young people to be responsible citizens in their communities.
East Ayrshire Council hosted a tea dance at Dumfries House this week for over 170 volunteers to thank them for the time and commitment they give to their communities.
East Ayrshire Council celebrated the start of Volunteers’ Week by hosting a civic reception in honour of five East Ayrshire residents who all received a Coronation Champions Award as part of the King’s Coronation celebrations.
Almost 1200 Primary 6 pupils from across East Ayrshire became ‘danger detectives’ at a special learning event that focused on personal safety.
Shortlees community larder and shop welcomed visitors from the Council recently to find out more about their work to support the local community.
16 year-old Sarah McCready from East Ayrshire has just been announced as one of only 500 Coronation Champions selected from across the UK.
Three community events held throughout the month of March have been helping to challenge negativity and misinformation around people with problematic substance use.
Like every other town in Scotland, Kilmarnock is constantly evolving, and with the Covid-19 pandemic, Brexit, the energy crisis and the effects of an economic downturn all having an effect on work patterns and shopping habits, demand for, and use of, buildings and public spaces has changed dramatically in the last few years.
Cabinet this week heard how four East Ayrshire projects made the most of funding designed to help communities recover n the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic
East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet has agreed to continue to invest in the Active Schools programme due to its ongoing success in East Ayrshire. It has also agreed to re-enter into a partnership agreement with sportscotland who have confirmed that they would want to continue their investment in both the Active Schools and the Community Sports Hubs programmes for another year and potentially up until 2027.