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Calling all gardeners of East Ayrshire…the Council’s annual garden competition is now open for nominations.
Vibrant Communities, in partnership with Police Scotland and Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, are working together to provide diversionary activities for young people across East Ayrshire.
With just under two weeks to go until the 18 April deadline to register to vote in the council elections, residents of East Ayrshire are being reminded to make sure they can vote on Thursday 5 May.
East Ayrshire School Counselling and Psychological Wellbeing Support Service -supporting children and young people
Children and young people across East Ayrshire have been benefitting from the East Ayrshire School Counselling Service, a service that has been providing counselling and wellbeing support since January 2021.
Towns and villages across East Ayrshire are cleaner, greener and more vibrant after being treated to a good Spring clean recently.
Children and young people joined Head Teacher Tina Gaitens for a site visit to Crosshouse Primary School, Communication Centre and Early Childhood Centre to view the refurbishment work and progress on the new extension.
The future of planning decisions in East Ayrshire was mapped out as Council approved the proposed Local Development Plan (LDP2).
Service users, families and carers can now share their experiences of health and social care services in East Ayrshire using Care Opinion, an online feedback platform.
The HALO Kilmarnock was extremely proud to take home the award for Best Regeneration Project at last night’s Scottish Property Awards in Glasgow.
Mini forests have been springing up across East Ayrshire thanks to a tree-planting project led by the Council’s Learning Outdoor Support Team (LOST) called Greening the School Estate.
Following a review of large scale grants, the recent meeting of Cabinet has confirmed funding for eight local partner organisations that provide vital services to the people of East Ayrshire.