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East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership has been celebrating National Care Experienced Week 2021 with some super spooky events.
Provost Barry Douglas officially re-opened the lunch club at Take a Bow in Kilmarnock this week.
Economic renewal, community wealth building and community led regeneration in East Ayrshire took another step forward as the Council’s Cabinet approved a suite of reports aimed at bringing together teams and resources to build on close connections with communities and a strong track record in attracting funding for regeneration projects.
The ground has been officially broken at a new housing development at Witch Road/Witchhill Place in Kilmarnock that will see 43 new Council homes being built for older ambulant disabled residents by the Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd.
Hot on the heels of the Climate Change Strategy launch, new stickers will start to be applied to all household green bins this week reminding residents to recycle their food waste.
The ground has been officially broken at the site of the new Netherthird Primary School.
Young people from across East Ayrshire joined the second Children and Young People’s Climate Conference – ‘Caring for our Climate’ to voice their concerns about the climate emergency and help shape the future of Council policy.
East Ayrshire Council has joined 88 other councils across the UK in an ambitious pledge to beat UK Government climate change targets by becoming a Net Zero Council by 2030 – 15 years ahead of the deadline set for the UK as a whole.
Councillor Neil McGhee visited James and Fay Boyle from Logan recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.
The Roon the Toon Jim Buchanan Memorial trophy has been presented to the fastest East Ayrshire Council and East Ayrshire Leisure female and male employees at a special presentation.
Gambling business in East Ayrshire were visited last week by staff from East Ayrshire Council and the Gambling Commission to check that they are complying with the terms of their gambling licences.
As firework season approaches, East Ayrshire’s community safety arrangements are being strengthened as partnership agencies join forces to encourage communities to celebrate safely.