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Gaelic is Magic!

First year pupils at Kilmarnock Academy had Gaelic lessons with a difference this week. The Teacher of Gaelic at the school, Miss Shannon Howie, teamed up with the well-known Glasgow...

Kilmarnock town centre comes together with Vow to Wow

Ayrshire College’s Kilmarnock Campus was buzzing last night as East Ayrshire Council’s Kilmarnock Town Centre Regeneration Team launched their “Vow to Wow” initiative – just one aspect of a raft...

O'Factor Celebrates Outdoor Learning

Schools and early years establishments across East Ayrshire have been showcasing some of the fantastic outdoor learning taking place as part of the annual O’Factor outdoor learning awards event. Hosted...


Unprecedented numbers celebrate Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards

An unprecedented number of young people from East Ayrshire have received their Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards at a celebration event in the Palace Theatre in Kilmarnock. Over 600 young people...

Council reveals plans for £175 million investment in housing over next 5 years

A number of housing-related papers were considered by East Ayrshire Cabinet this week as the Council set out its vision for the future of housing and housing services over the...

East Ayrshire marks Transgender Day of Remembrance with launch of new policy

East Ayrshire Council marked this year’s Transgender Day of Remembrance with the adoption of a new policy, “Supporting Trans Employees in the Workplace” which outlines all aspects of how the...