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The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of East Ayrshire Council, will carry out essential maintenance works, including grass cutting and litter picking, to a section of the A71 from Bellfield Interchange to Moorfield roundabout and from Moorfield roundabout to Corsehill roundabout at the North Ayrshire Council boundary.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of East Ayrshire Council, will be carrying out essential resurfacing works on six sections of the B743 between Sorn and the South Lanarkshire boundary.
Big changes are set to be introduced to the way our residents pay for services.
The Roon the Toon Jim Buchanan Memorial trophy has been presented to the fastest East Ayrshire Council and East Ayrshire Leisure male and female employees at a special presentation.
Provost Jim Todd welcomed 30 Austrian pupils to East Ayrshire for the day recently.
The community of Catrine came together recently at Riverside Park to celebrate their local open space that is one of six Fields in Trust protected sites in East Ayrshire.
Provost Jim Todd visited Rosebank Centre recently to spend the afternoon with fellow Royal Navy seafarer and war hero, Daniel Friels.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of East Ayrshire Council, will be carrying out essential resurfacing works in the coming weeks at seven locations within Kilmarnock and Crookedholm.
When it comes to men’s health this August in East Ayrshire it’s all about the dads! East Ayrshire Council Provost Jim Todd got his motor running and took his prized Triumph Bonneville out to visit two local firms this week – all to encourage men to take care of their health and spread awareness about the support available through Prostate CancerUK.
It was party time at Galston’s Portland Centre, the crowning glory of East Ayrshire Council, Galston Community Development Trust, and Historic Environment Scotland’s Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme projects, with cake cutting and celebrations for all those involved in the process, which has seen £2m invested in restoring the town centre’s important historic buildings. With 7 major building grants awarded, 8 new businesses set up, a bridge upgraded and 2 buildings now removed from the Buildings at Risk Register, it has been a major boost to the local community, bringing 743Sqm of vacant floor space back into use and creating 13 new jobs in the process.