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“It’s ok to say that you aren’t ok” that was the message from former footballer Andy McLaren who represented the Kris Boyd Charity at East Ayrshire Council’s suicide prevention awareness event, Here To Listen.
Almost 100 Grange Academy students packed their rucksacks and sleeping bags and headed off to the most eagerly anticipated event of the year - Maths Camp.
New Cumnock Primary School has earned an Eat Safe Award for their high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and food safety.
ME2U, a unique partnership between the Council, Jobcentre Plus and Ayrshire College, was one of nine projects recognised at Scotland’s Learning Partnership (SLP) Adult Learners Awards ceremony recently.
New, affordable housing is taking shape at David Dale Avenue in Stewarton, where the Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building 34 homes for rent.
Nestling in a quiet churchyard in a small rural village in East Ayrshire lies an unexpected gem, little known locally, but renowned and revered by followers throughout the world.
Parents and carers of children attending Mount Carmel Primary in Kilmarnock have been returning to school recently, to learn more about new teaching, activities and learning initiatives for their children.
Pupils at Stewarton Academy are celebrating the official opening of their Impressive new hockey pitch, as part of an ambitious £13.5m extension and refurbishment programme.
East Ayrshire Council has adopted the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Make a Stand pledge supporting people experiencing domestic abuse.