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Local organisations and groups are being encouraged to submit their health and wellbeing projects to a public vote for a chance to receive funding.
Councillor Jim McMahon visited Roberta and Tom Nolan from Cumnock recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.
East Ayrshire Council has confirmed its priorities for the next five years, with approval of its Strategic Plan 2022 – 2027.
East Ayrshire Provost Jim Todd has chosen MND Scotland as the charity he will support for the next year to help raise awareness of this devastating disease.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Douglas Reid, Leader of the Council joined Archie, Abbie, Molly, Liam, Lyle and Charlie from P6 at Loanhead Primary and invited guests for a time capsule ceremony at Victoria Bridge in Kilmarnock.
East Ayrshire’s re-elected new Provost, Jim Todd and many of his fellow East Ayrshire councillors attended the traditional Kirkin’ o’ the Council ceremony last weekend.
Grange Academy’s Under 13’s football team has only gone and done the treble; lifting three trophies over an unprecedented season.
Community Payback teams in East Ayrshire have been busy helping to maintain local football clubs and making sure that stadiums continue to meet the high standards set by the Scottish Football Association.
A mixture of sports, games, singing and walking 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.
Members of the armed forces gathered at Council Headquarters in Kilmarnock today to pay tribute to the contribution made by all those who serve or have served in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, as part of its ongoing programme to improve the condition of the road network, will be carrying out essential road resurfacing works on two sections of the A70 Cumnock to Muirkirk Road starting on Monday 11 July for three weeks.