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St Sophia's 6-2

St Sophia’s refurbishment to use innovative building practices

St Sophia’s primary school in Galston is set to become the UK’s first refurbishment of a school building to a EnerPHit (Passivhaus) standard, with detailed design work now well underway.

Loudoun Academy artwork

Young people across East Ayrshire bring Light to the Darkness on Holocaust Memorial Day

Young people from secondary schools across East Ayrshire recognised Holocaust Memorial Day recently with special interdisciplinary learning projects and engaging with live broadcasts of survivor stories.

Lomond Brass

Scottish brass quintet, Lomond Brass win top international award

A Scottish brass quintet has won the prestigious Bucharest International Music Competition after competing against top musicians from across the globe.

Former Grange Church, being converted to Kilmarnock Climbing Centre by Above Adventure

Former church climbing high as work starts on new Above Adventure building

As one building falls in Kilmarnock this month, another will be reaching new heights, marking a new start in the regeneration of the Town Centre for the New Year.

Fraser Walk, New Farm Loch

Council invests £154m in housing over the next five years

Since 2016, communities within East Ayrshire have been transformed thanks to significant investment in new affordable homes and an extensive programme that has improved our existing housing stock.

Mothercare

Work to start on a new look town centre for the New Year

Kilmarnock Town Centre will start the new year with a new look, after a date of 11 January 2021 was set for the start of a project which will transform the bottom end of  King Street, opening up space beside Kilmarnock Water to create an exciting new outdoor area for public use.