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Art Project Hits the Streets in Kilmarnock

An art project in East Ayrshire has brought a splash of colour to town, promoting diversity and supporting wellbeing for young people. The art installation, featuring dragons, flying fish and...

Council Leader welcomes news of East Ayrshire Community Hospital acquisition

Councillor Douglas Reid, Leader of East Ayrshire Council, has welcomed the recent announcement by NHS Ayrshire & Arran that it has acquired ownership of the company that owns and operates...

Chief Social Work Officer’s Annual Report highlights positive progress despite COVID challenges

The Chief Social Work Officer’s (CSWO) Annual Report was published today, providing an overview of the operational delivery of services across Children’s services, Social Work Justice services, Adult and Community...


Report highlights positive trend for patient release from hospital

Today Public Health Scotland (PHS) has published a summary of delayed discharge information across NHS Scotland for 2019/20, up to March 2020. Details include the number of bed days occupied...

Child Poverty Challenge

Tackling child poverty remains a key priority for East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership as an estimated 26% of children are still living in poverty in Scotland. As a...

East Ayrshire Challenging Poverty

Community Planning Partners in East Ayrshire have signed a pledge to tackle poverty in our communities in support of Challenge Poverty Week which runs from 7-11 October. East Ayrshire Chief...