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Council employee Jamie Burns received a very special presentation this week ahead of the 40th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War.
East Ayrshire Council has published information on Councillors’ remuneration, Allowances and Expenses that were paid to Councillors during financial year 2021/22.
East Ayrshire Council’s priorities for the next five years are up for discussion with a new Strategic Plan Consultation, launched this week, which is calling on residents, businesses and organisations to comment on the authority’s future decision making and service delivery.
Kilmaurs Primary was the venue for a very special Platinum Jubilee lunch celebration.
Nellie Douglas has been celebrating her centenary in Drongan.
There was great excitement for children and young people from Crosshouse Primary and Communication Centre when they buried a time capsule filled with memories and images of life in 2022 within their new school.
East Ayrshire Council has launched a lifesaving initiative bringing together contractors and communities to provide defibrillators for community use and help save lives.
Young people from Doon Academy have taken part in Scotland’s first outdoor water safety awareness course at Loch Doon in East Ayrshire.
Councillor Drew Filson visited Dalmellington couple John and Flora Scobie recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Former Depute Provost Sally Cogley visited Hurlford couple Hugh and Jenny Muir recently to congratulate them on 65 years of marriage.
Grace McMillan has been celebrating her centenary in Dalmellington.
Former Depute Provost Sally Cogley and Former Councillor John Knapp visited Kilmarnock couple Fred and Elizabeth Walker recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.