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Provost opens new premises for Carers' Centre in Kilmarnock

Provost Barry Douglas officially opened East Ayrshire Carers' Centre's new premises in Bank Street, Kilmarnock this week after their move from the Foregate where they've been for almost 25 years.

Jamie Hepburn, MSP visits new employability hub in Kilmarnock

Minister for Higher Education and Further Education, Youth Employment and Training Jamie Hepburn, visited the Council’s new employability hub on Titchfield Street, Kilmarnock.

Kevin Stewart, MSP visits Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust

Minister for Mental Wellbeing and Social Care, Kevin Stewart visited Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust (KSRHT) to view the development and find out more about the joint projects being delivered...

Challenge Poverty Week open days coming to a venue near you

A series of open days will be held across East Ayrshire from 4-8 October in support of Challenge Poverty Week, a campaign that’s run every year by the Poverty Alliance.

Garden competition is blooming marvellous!

East Ayrshire Council’s annual garden competition has recognised amateur gardeners from across East Ayrshire who have brought colour and beauty to their communities.

Blue Sapphire Wedding Anniversary in Hurlford

Depute Provost Sally Cogley and Councillor Fiona Campbell visited Hurlford couple Alexander and Maureen Chalmers recently to congratulate them on 65 years of marriage. The couple was presented with a...