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An Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) provides financial support to eligible young people aged 16 to 19 years who choose to stay in education from August 2021.
Phase two of New Cumnock’s £8.2m flood protection works are now well underway with main contractor, Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd onsite and progressing to schedule.
A public consultation is being held on a new housing development proposed for Kilmarnock Road, Mauchline.
The creation of a brand new green breathing space in the centre of Kilmarnock is progressing fast, thanks to a recent decision at East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet.
In the year when recovery from the global pandemic and the upcoming UN COP26 climate change conference are uppermost in the minds of many, East Ayrshire Council has taken a bold step towards a cleaner, greener future with the launch of a new Climate Change Strategy to tackle the challenges of global warming by reducing carbon emissions.
East Ayrshire Council has elected a new Provost and Depute Provost at its final Council meeting before the summer recess.
Mauchline’s proud history - as the place where Rabbie Burns, working behind in the fields at nearby Mossgiel Farm, found inspiration to write “Tae a Mouse” - is being celebrated by Mauchline Primary’s P6 pupils as part of the Mauchline Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS)
A very special celebration took place at Ochiltree Primary School recently, when Her Majesty The Queen’s personal representative, Lord-Lieutenant Sheriff Iona McDonald presented a British Empire Medal (BEM) to Senior Clerical Assistant, Elizabeth (Liz) Shannon.
The Youth Action team, a partnership project between the Council and Police Scotland, has been patrolling key areas throughout East Ayrshire engaging positively with young people and encouraging positive behaviour.