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Young learners and residents in Bellsbank can look forward to a fantastic, bright new Primary School, Early Childhood Centre and community facilities, after East Ayrshire Council agreed a £6 million investment to replace the existing school.
Future plans for the continued improvement of Kilmarnock’s Town Centre took an important step forward at East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet meeting last week.
A Scottish youth rugby tour to Nagasaki, Japan has been hitting the headlines locally, as almost a third of the national squad came from East Ayrshire schools.
East Ayrshire’s extensive £6m road resurfacing programme is continuing at pace.
A Universal Credit Project team made up of specialists from across East Ayrshire Council will be up and running soon to help residents and tenants transfer to Universal Credit.
East Ayrshire Council Trading Standards Service is running its free annual electric blanket testing programme from Monday 3 September to Friday 14 September.
The ground has been officially broken at Cessnock Road, Hurlford, where the Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd is building a new assisted living development.
The Ayrshire Roads Alliance will be working closely with the local communities of Dundonald and Loans, on behalf of South Ayrshire Council, to develop safe, direct and convenient shared use path links between Dundonald and Barassie and Loans and Troon railway station.