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Nationwide Shut out Scammers campaign launched by Trading Standards Scotland and Police Scotland to combat a rise in doorstep scams linked to the cost of living crisis
As more Scottish consumers struggle with price increases and rising energy bills, Trading Standards Scotland and Police Scotland have launched a nationwide Shut out Scammers campaign.
Cumnock’s Things Tae Dae group celebrated its tenth birthday in style with a prom for members and invited guests at Townhead Community Sports Hub.
It’s almost time for the council elections on 5 May, and voters in East Ayrshire are being urged to make sure they’re ready to go to the polls.
We are consulting on Willowbank Primary relocation and addition of early years facilities, the incorporation of a Supported Learning Centre at Onthank campus, and Mount Carmel Primary School's addition of an Early Childhood Centre (ECC).
Ahead of the Council elections on Thursday 5 May, voters are being reminded of some simple steps they can take to make sure they can have their say on the day.
Children and young people joined with community volunteers in Cumnock and Kilmarnock to embrace an opportunity to connect with nature by planting and caring for their own ‘Wee Forest’.
The Council’s Cabinet this week agreed to approve the lease of 39 Barrhill Road in Cumnock to Cumnock Men’s Shed once it’s been confirmed that the organisation has been successful in obtaining funds to renovate it.
At the recent meeting of Cabinet, agreement was reached on the proposal for an inclusive educational development in North West Kilmarnock, on the sites of Mount Carmel Primary and Onthank Primary and Early Childhood Centre, and a full public consultation that will start on Monday 25 April.
East Ayrshire Housing Services is looking at new ways of receiving feedback from tenants and residents on how the service is managed and delivered.