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A new puffin pedestrian crossing in Kilmaurs has been given the go-ahead by the Council at this week’s Cabinet meeting.
The Council’s Cabinet this week agreed to increase the Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) value following national guidance issued by Scottish Ministers on the revised levels that can be charged for parking contraventions. From 1 August 2023, the charge will rise from £60 to £100.
The newly refurbished Catrine Early Childhood Centre (ECC) has been officially opened by former Head Teacher Mrs Mary Bunting, at a special ceremony.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, it was agreed that a Tenants Support Fund of £500,000 would be established to help East Ayrshire Council’s tenants facing the financial burden of the cost of living crisis.
Grange Academy’s Under 14 football squad has just completed an historic treble, winning the National Scottish Cup competition, the Ayrshire Cup and the inaugural Killie Trust Cup this season.
A new school badge has been unveiled by Councillor Elaine Cowan with Dominyk, Eilidh, Riley and Skyla from P7 at Hillhead Primary School at their recent ‘Summer Safari’ – a community fun day.
The Robert Burns Academy held an Art and Design Exhibition recently for parents and carers and members of the school community.
Kilmarnock’s Shopmobility service relaunched this week in new premises and with new toilet facilities which are the first of their kind in any bus station in Scotland.
Members of the armed forces gathered at Council Headquarters in Kilmarnock today to pay tribute to the contribution made by all those who serve or have served in His Majesty’s Armed Forces.
A mixture of sports, games and singing made up the many events that were held across East Ayrshire to mark Learning Disability Awareness Week, seven days which celebrate the inclusion of people with learning disabilities in our communities.
Willowbank School celebrated their tenth anniversary in style recently when the whole school joined together with special invited guests including Provost Jim Todd, the Leader of the Council, Councillor Douglas Reid and parents and carers from the Friends of Willowbank.
Police Scotland recently launched new children’s resources called ‘My Police’ and ‘My Police My Community’, in partnership with ‘I am me’ Scotland, a disability and hate crime charity.