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An art project in East Ayrshire has brought a splash of colour to town, promoting diversity and supporting wellbeing for young people. The art installation, featuring dragons, flying fish and computer game inspired characters, has transformed a busy walkway in Kilmarnock town centre into a unique gallery experience.
All 36 Early Childhood Centres (ECC) in East Ayrshire are now delivering 1140 hours of funded Early Learning and Childcare (ELC), after the completion of the Early Learning and Childcare expansion programme. In addition, seven funded ELC providers and 40 childminders are on the Council’s contract framework to deliver funded ELC.
Moorfield Park in Kilmarnock continues to be the location of choice for local companies looking to expand their operations locally and earlier this week Council officials met with Scotia Double Glazing to learn more about their expansion plans at the business park.
As part of the Get into Summer initiative, Vibrant Communities held five family friendly community clean ups and outdoor cinema events across East Ayrshire.
Enjoying the water at one of East Ayrshire’s best loved lochs will be even better, with new life saving measures now in place at Loch Doon, including a first for Scotland - a "Portsafe" public access system.
2020 was a very difficult time for everyone, and for East Ayrshire Council’s Housing Asset Service (HAS) – the team of skilled crafts operatives who upgrade, maintain and repair the area’s social housing - covid presented many challenges as programmed works were postponed and routine repairs had to be done remotely, while emergency jobs became much more complicated due to stringent covid safety regulations.
Over 150 children and young people and two very special guests, Kris Boyd and Rose Reilly, enjoyed a Celebration of Sport at Ayrshire College recently.