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Demolition Darvel!  Council gives go ahead to demolition of former Co-Op building

Darvel is set for a new era in trading and socialising as bulldozers moved in this week.

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Ground breaking at new housing site in New Farm Loch

The ground has been officially broken at Fraser Walk, New Farm Loch, Kilmarnock where the Council’s strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the Glasgow-based contractor and manufacturer, is building 56 new homes for rent.

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North West Kilmarnock is latest to go with Placemaking process

Since Placemaking became a significant feature of the East Ayrshire Local Development Plan in 2017, communities in East Ayrshire have been supported to develop their own Place Plans. Placemaking builds on the Community Led Action Plans and other community led initiatives

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Loudoun Academy bake off for Newmilns Festival Weekend

“It was a tough job but someone had to do it”, said Councillor Douglas Reid, Leader of the Council after judging twenty Victoria Sponges at a Newmilns Food Festival baking competition held at Loudoun Academy.

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Grange pupils star in BBC programme for Maths Week

It was ‘lights, camera, action’ at Grange Academy when the BBC dropped by to film S1 and S2 pupils being put through their mathematical paces for Maths Week Scotland.

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Award winners are outstanding

Catering Services and Facilities Management picked up three trophies at the prestigious ASSIST Facilities Management awards, being recognised for Culinary Skills, Outstanding Contribution to Catering and Outstanding Contribution to Cleaning.

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Catherine lifts Jim Dunlop memorial award for volunteering

The annual Jim Dunlop Memorial Award for Volunteering has been presented to Catherine Clotworthy, a Gentle Movement Instructor who supports local people living with cancer.

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Time for a check up – on Cumnock and Dalmellington Town Centres

Cumnock Town Centre has undergone many positive changes in the last few years, with the Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS) Funding, Town Centre Regeneration Fund and East Ayrshire Council funding to improve the built environment and restore many of its historic buildings using sympathetic materials and methods and make them fit for modern use.