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A drop-in event where people can explore alcohol-free activities will be held on Saturday 20 November to support this year’s Alcohol Awareness Week.
At a time when climate change is at the forefront of all our minds, East Ayrshire has strengthened its commitment to achieving ambitious UK100 Net Zero targets with the approval of a share in the funding of a new pan Ayrshire Energy Masterplan.
Changes to the Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) allocation policy and the extension of entitlement to 2 year olds of parents who have experience of care was approved at the recent meeting of East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet.
With the eyes of the world currently focused on climate change, and with global solutions being discussed at COP26, East Ayrshire Council is looking closer to home, with the launch of its own climate change strategy, and is asking everyone who lives and works in the area to take a look, give their comments and have a say in how we can all work together to achieve net zero targets.
The HALO Urban Regeneration has announced PRA Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: PRAA), a global leader in the nonperforming loan industry, as the anchor tenant of Kilmarnock’s HALO Enterprise and Innovation Centre (HEIC), bringing career opportunities and a 15-year commitment to the town.
This Christmas, families in Kilmarnock will be able to track down 11 cute Christmas animals in AR thanks to Kilmarnock Business Association.
Provost Barry Douglas and Councillor Maureen McKay visited Kilmarnock couple Moira and Ronald McPherson recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Provost Barry Douglas and Councillor Jim McMahon visited Cumnock couple Hugh and Fiona Sloan recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Provost Barry Douglas and Councillor Neil McGhee visited Auchinleck couple Margaret and George Waddell recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Provost Barry Douglas visited Mary and Jim McDade from Hurlford recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.
The Scottish Government has set up a Tenant Grant Fund to provide financial help to tenants in social housing and in the private sector who are at risk of becoming homeless because they fallen have behind with rent payments during the pandemic.
North and East Ayrshire Council’s Corporate Fraud Team has received over 700 fraud referrals for East Ayrshire and made financial recoveries of over £0.4 million since the two councils joined forces in 2017.