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At the first meeting of Cabinet of 2024, an ASN Holiday Support Progress Report was considered and agreement was reached to extend a pilot contract with Aberlour, Scotland’s Children’s Charity, to deliver an ASN holiday programme this summer.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, it was agreed that revisions would be made to the Council’s Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) Allocation Policy and that statutory starting dates for eligibility of funded early learning and child care places for three year olds will be introduced for applications for the 2024/ 25 academic year, which starts in August 2024.
East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet has given the go ahead for Ayrshire Roads Alliance (ARA) to start work on implementing pavement parking enforcement.
Mary Cox has been celebrating her centenary in Kilmarnock.
This time of year is inevitably one for reflection, looking back over the past year, while preparing for the New Year to come. And this year is no exception. As with any year it’s not been without its challenges, but it has also brought many reasons for optimism and recognition of some of the positives which we’ve seen in East Ayrshire.
East Ayrshire Council has shared an update on plans for a number of strategic sites across Kilmarnock as part of their long term vision for the town.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Alyson Simmons visited Craigie couple Alex and Janette Cousar recently to congratulate them on 65 years of marriage.
Councillor Drew Filson visited Michael and Edith Haining from Dalmellington recently to pass on congratulations as they celebrated fifty years of marriage.
East Ayrshire Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to officially recognise the impact endometriosis has on the working lives of female employees.
Elected members of East Ayrshire Council received an update at the Council meeting this week on work that has been taken forward to support veterans and the armed forces community across East Ayrshire through the Armed Forces Community Covenant.
2023 has flown by and it’s once again time for us to gather with family and friends and to create new and lasting memories.
Over 400 pupils from Annanhill, James Hamilton, Whatriggs Primary Schools and Sgoil na Coille Nuaidh performed Scottish Opera's The Last Aliens at the Grand Hall recently.