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East Ayrshire Council’s life-saving community defibrillator initiative has been running since April 2021 and in that time 22 defibrillators and cabinets have been donated, free of charge, to community groups and clubs across East Ayrshire with more equipment ready for allocation.
Local residents and families have been invited to take part in a series of events to give their views on community-based health and wellbeing services in their area.
Local pupils helped to remember the ‘ordinary people’ who were involved in all aspects of the Holocaust and subsequent genocides as part of an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
The East Ayrshire Youth Awards took place this week with a glamorous Grammys-style theme at the Park Hotel in Kilmarnock.
New Cumnock Bowling Club recently received life-saving equipment donated by Atelier Ten.
Super Tattie, the Council’s new school meal mascot, headed to Burns country on Wednesday to join the Burns Day celebrations at Mauchline Primary School.
Local dreams and aspirations to pitch Kilmarnock as a national cultural destination are a step closer to becoming a reality today as the project secures £20million from the UK Government Levelling Up Fund.
The Council’s Cabinet today agreed to approve a 25-year lease of the Old People’s Cabin in Howard Park to Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust (KSRHT) once it’s been confirmed that the Trust has been successful in obtaining funds to renovate it.
East Ayrshire Council’s plans to put their successful bid for a portion of the UK Government’s £2.6 billion Shared Prosperity Fund to good use were set out and approved at this week’s Cabinet meeting.
East Ayrshire Council is seeking the views of individuals and communities over the next two weeks as they prepare to set the revenue budget for 2023/24.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet an extensive report on the Council’s early learning and childcare provision was heard. The report included details of the successful roll out of 1140 hours, the findings of the 2022 statutory consultation and the priorities for the Early Learning and Childcare Plan 2022-24. It was also agreed that the hourly rate for community childminders would be increased to £5 per hour.
East Ayrshire Council has been getting involved in a global initiative to help break down the barrier hunger can create in distracting children from their education.