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Vibrant Communities will be hosting a free event next month during Dyslexia Awareness Week Scotland where people can chat about dyslexia and the support that is available.
Residents of Springhill Gardens in Kilmarnock have a new garden that they’ll be able to enjoy using for a whole range of events throughout the year.
The Mill House in Stewarton, Darvel Football Club and Kilmaurs Gala Committee recently received life-saving equipment donated by Sweco UK.
Depute Provost Claire Leitch and Councillor Alyson Simmons visited Kilmarnock couple Hugh and Agnes Guthrie recently to congratulate them on 65 years of marriage.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Billy Crawford visited Cumnock couple Jim and Carole McQue recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Drew Filson visited Bellsbank couple Thomas and Mary Farrell recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Neal Ingram visited Kilmarnock couple Alexander and Janet Beveridge recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.
During Challenge Poverty Week, Councillor Elaine Cowan, Council Spokesperson for Education, and Children and Young People visited the William McIlvanney Campus in Kilmarnock to meet with the Financial Inclusion Team based within the school.
Over 120 older people took part in a conference this week at Dumfries House aimed at finding out ‘What Matters To You?’
As one of only seven Scottish towns, Kilmarnock will receive £20 million from the UK Government over the next 10 years. This funding will put the local community and businesses at the heart of town centre improvements.