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Poppy Appeal gets under way in Ayrshire

Provost Jim Todd helped kick off the annual Scottish Poppy Appeal in Ayrshire at a reception this week in Dean Castle Visitor Centre, Kilmarnock. The event, with support from East...

Gala concert success

A packed audience in Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall enjoyed yet another sparkling Gala Concert this week. The annual concert showcased star performances by talented musical youths from schools across East Ayrshire....

Mouse adventures in Kilmarnock town centre

Depute Provost Claire Leitch presented a prize hamper this week to the winner of the Kilmarnock Town Centre Mouse Trail which ran over the October school holiday. 15 local businesses...


Youth Conference Considers Climate Change

Climate change is one of the most talked about and debated topics of our time and earlier this week, over 60 young people from across East Ayrshire gathered in the...

Standing room only at Centre Stane for launch of Mauchline CARS

Mauchline's Centre Stane  was packed last week as owners and tenants of buildings in Mauchline’s Conservation Area  gathered with others to find out more about East Ayrshire’s latest Conservation Area...

Council continues Brexit preparations

With uncertainty still surrounding Britain’s exit from the EU, East Ayrshire Council continues to prepare for a potential no deal scenario. At Cabinet last week, Chief Executive, Fiona Lees outlined...