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Scaling new heights, as climbing centre secures final funding

Sociable climbers in Kilmarnock will soon be able to hit a new high, with confirmation that the new West of Scotland Climbing Centre, a major regeneration project in the town’s Woodstock Street, has won a successful funding bid for over £1.5m from the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund.

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Gold HWL accolade for Onthank ECC

Onthank Early Childhood Centre in Kilmarnock has scooped a prestigious NHS Scotland Healthy Working Lives (HWL) Gold Award.

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Holiday fun and food at Vibrant Communities Easter activities

The Easter holidays are coming and Vibrant Communities are ready to entertain East Ayrshire’s children and young people with a full programme of free activities.

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Free membership for Trusted Traders

Trusted Traders, a local business partnership run by the Trading Standards service is seeking new businesses to sign up to the scheme.

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Respectful Funerals welcome new partnerships

East Ayrshire Council has entered into a partnership with six highly respected local funeral directors who will be offering Respectful Funerals to East Ayrshire residents. 

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Schools' Art and Design Exhibition 2019

Talented young artists in local schools are again celebrating success and achievement in their artistic endeavours at the East Ayrshire Schools' Art and Design Exhibition in the Young People’s Gallery in the Dick Institute, Kilmarnock.

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Ochiltree Community Hub seeks employees

Ochiltree’s new Community Hub is getting nearer to completion, and with the announcement of two new jobs, it looks set to make a real difference to the local community.

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Review of parking public consultation

Parking arrangements across East Ayrshire are under the spotlight and a public consultation is underway seeking your views on this important issue.

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SCOTTISH FLOOD FORUM AND FLOOD RE TO HOLD ANOTHER COMMUNITY FOCUSED ‘TACKLING FLOODING TOGETHER’ EVENT IN Glasgow

The Scottish Flood Forum, together with Flood Re – the government-backed, not-for profit scheme that reduces the costs of home insurance for those in high flood-risk areas – will be holding their third ‘Tackling Flooding Together’ event in Glasgow.