Originally known as National Care Leavers’ Week, the name changed to Care Experienced Week in 2018 to acknowledge that care experienced people do not leave their experiences behind when they...

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Young carers from across East Ayrshire got together this week for a Christmas party at Take a Bow in Kilmarnock and Depute Provost Claire Leitch was there to join in...

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East Ayrshire Council  has agreed to support the resettlement in East Ayrshire of up to six unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people fleeing danger, conflict and persecution from war-torn...

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Despite the harsh economic climate, East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership continues to deliver social work and social care services which are making real, positive changes to the lives...

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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...

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This new campaign aims to attract a diverse range of applicants, with an emphasis on recruiting more men and young people. Children’s Hearings Scotland National Convener and Chief Executive, Boyd...

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