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16-day campaign to spotlight issues of gender based violence
A series of East Ayrshire events aim to raise awareness of gender based violence during the international 16 Days of Action to Eradicate Gender Based Violence campaign, which launches today, Friday 25 November.
4th and 6th equals maths success for two East Ayrshire schools
The Robert Burns Academy and Grange Academy competed in the Enterprising Maths in Scotland national finals at the Glasgow Science Centre this week taking fourth and sixth place respectively.
Homeowners maintenance plan offers peace of mind
A Homeowners Maintenance Plan is now available for homeowners within Council factored blocks that will help budget for repair charges to door entry systems, entry glazing and communal lighting.
Corporate strategic framework gains Council approval
East Ayrshire councillors recently approved a suite of strategic reports as part of a five year corporate framework which will ensure the Council is well equipped to deliver the best possible outcomes for local communities, with a clear focus on good governance and continuous improvement.
Innovative DYW Doon Skills Academy is officially open!
Depute Provost Claire Leitch officially opened the innovative Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Doon Skills Academy recently by cutting a ribbon with Tiegan and Casey from Doon Academy.
Muirkirk Enterprise Group receives community defibrillator
Muirkirk Enterprise Group recently received life-saving equipment donated by Jupiter Play.
Knockentiber Together receives community defibrillator
Knockentiber Together recently received life-saving equipment donated by TCS Response.
Official opening of Central Production Unit Rowallan
Councillor Clare Maitland performed the official opening of the Central Production Unit at Rowallan recently with Mirren and Kyle from Onthank Early Childhood Centre.
'We all have a role to play in making Scotland’s towns better’, leaders say
Scotland’s Towns Conference 2022: We must put town centres at the heart of nation’s response to climate emergency, Covid recovery and cost of living
Rock ‘n’ roll provost hits the road for terrific town tour to open event
Scotland’s Towns Conference 2022: Double-decker bus tour gets event off to a superb start
A motorbike-loving rock ‘n’ roll provost hit the road as he turned tour guide today (Wednesday).
25 years of Gaelic Medium Education in East Ayrshire celebrated
25 years of Gaelic Medium Education in East Ayrshire has been celebrated with a week of special events including a traditional Ceilidh.
Annual performance report to tenants
The Annual Performance Report to Tenants, which sets out the performance of the Council’s Housing Service, has been published on the Council’s website.