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Young Masterchefs serve up success

Young care experienced people got the chance to become ‘Masterchefs’ this week as they prepared and cooked lunch for some local VIPs at Hurlford Primary School.

Celebrating Care Experienced Week

East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership has been celebrating National Care Experienced Week 2021 with some super spooky events.

Photo story: Young Carers' Christmas party

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...

East Ayrshire Supports Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children and Young People

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...

Social work report highlights successes and challenges

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...

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...