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Best feet forward for East Ayrshire’s young dancers this summer

Young people in East Ayrshire put their best feet forward this summer, with more than 140 taking part in two popular summer dance workshops.

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Ride for Dad 2018 – a roaring success

Over 150 bikers roared through East Ayrshire's towns and villages for Provost Jim Todd's Ride for Dad 2018. And for Jamie "Tiger" Todd he was "doing it for dad" for real, on his vintage Triumph Bonneville.

Jamie Todd. Doing it for Dad

Ride for Dad 2018 - A roaring success

Over 150 bikers roared through East Ayrshire's towns and villages for Provost Jim Todd's Ride for Dad 2018. And for Jamie "Tiger" Todd  he was "doing it for dad" for real, on his vintage Triumph Bonneville.

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Footway improvements planned for Titchfield Street, Kilmarnock

The Ayrshire Roads Alliance, on behalf of the Council, will be carrying out essential footway resurfacing works on Titchfield Street, Kilmarnock.

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Respectful Funeral Service partner opens new premises

Last year, East Ayrshire Council launched the Respectful Funeral Service in partnership with three highly respected local funeral directors.

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New road resurfacing projects set to get underway this August

East Ayrshire’s extensive £6m road resurfacing programme is continuing at pace.  

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Asbestos in schools statement. Michael Hilarion

In response to an enquiry from BBC Scotland, Michael Hilarion, Service Manager, Asset and Facilities, East Ayrshire Council said:

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East Ayrshire to adopt Council Tax changes to reduce building neglect

Empty and derelict buildings are a problem in villages, towns and cities throughout the country, blighting the appearance of our streets and causing problems for neighbours. But it’s hoped that this will soon start to change in East Ayrshire, with the introduction of new rules which will make it more expensive for owners to leave their properties unoccupied.