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Cutting concerns about venturing out with AccessAble

For people with mobility issues, going somewhere new can be stressful. Steps, stiff doors or narrow entrances can be a real barrier. But now, thanks to the launch of a new app and website called AccessAble,  trips out can be planned with ease, knowing what lies in store when going to a different place for the first time.

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Empty home loans are available now

Interest free loans are now available to homeowners with a property that has been empty for more than six months.

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Robert the Bruce and the REAL Loudoun Hill

The Netflix premiere of the new Robert the Bruce movie Outlaw King has caused a flurry of interest in Loudoun Hill, the scene of Bruce’s epic victory over English forces,  and a site with many other significant historical and geographical connections.

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Befriending celebrated at annual event

Volunteers from across East Ayrshire gathered recently to celebrate Befriending.

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Killie players to push the button for Killie’s Christmas

Christmas in Killie is set for a fantastic start this year, with another spectacular Sunday lights switch on scheduled for November 25.

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Schools celebrate Gala Concert 2018 in fine style

More than 400 pupils have taken part in this year's Schools Gala Concert, which showcases star performances by talented young musicians from schools across East Ayrshire.

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Council announces education attainment results for 2018

East Ayrshire Council has today (Wednesday 7 November 2018) announced the attainment results for senior (S4-S6 pupils) and the figures make for positive reading.