We're acutely aware that everyone is having to adapt the way we live, work and shop.

Our Town Centre Regeneration Team has been working to bring an online platform to the area for some time

We're with our local traders all the way. That's why we've joined forces with ShopAppy.com to launch a one stop virtual high street for local businesses, enabling them to continue trading safely even when their  doors are closed. 

What is ShopAppy?

ShopAppy provides a collective online shop window and ordering service for every member town and village. Over 150 areas have already signed up across the UK, with many more joining every week. The platform is supported by Visa as part of its #Whereyoushopmatters campaign.

Using ShopAppy means you can support your local High Street from the comfort of their sofa. You can browse, book, buy, and get convenient home delivery from independent shops and businesses  or click and collect in your area with one simple checkout. 

How ShopAppy works

ShopAppy is free and it's easy to use. All you need to do is log in from your phone, tablet or laptop and you can start browsing and shopping form your favourite local shops from the comfort of your own home phone. 

Watch the video below about how ShopAppy works.

Click and collect

Many of the ShopAppy shops offer click and collect.

Using an East Ayrshire Gift Card with ShopAppy

If you have an East Ayrshire Gift Card you can spend it in many of our ShopAppy retailers who are signed to accept and sell the cards.

List of local retailers who are signed up for the East Ayrshire Gift Card (PDF 367Kb)

How to get involved

If you're a shopper, just go to ShopAppy.com, pick your local area and start browsing online. 

If you're a trader and want to join the scheme, it's easy to get started. Visit ShopAppy to register and the ShopAppy team will be in touch.

ShopAppy sites

We've got our first few shops live on the ShopAppy sites:

If you'd like more information please contact us.

Contact Information


Community Led Regeneration Team
Council Headquarters
London Road
Telephone: 01563 576075