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'We all have a role to play in making Scotland’s towns better’, leaders say

Scotland’s Towns Conference 2022: We must put town centres at the heart of nation’s response to climate emergency, Covid recovery and cost of living

Rock ‘n’ roll provost hits the road for terrific town tour to open event

Scotland’s Towns Conference 2022: Double-decker bus tour gets event off to a superb start A motorbike-loving rock ‘n’ roll provost hit the road as he turned tour guide today (Wednesday).

Free Christmas parking in Kilmarnock town centre

Kilmarnock Town Centre has Christmas all wrapped up with chic independent shops, large national stores and during December, three hours of free parking within Council car parks.


Council and community respond to Cost of Living crisis with compassion

As the Cost of Living crisis continues to bite throughout the country, East Ayrshire Council is fully committed to helping those hardest hit by the current economic situation. In September...

Dark Sky Observatory to rise from the ashes

Hopes to reinstate a dark sky facility in Dalmellington were further raised recently as East Ayrshire councillors approved a funding request for a feasibility study to explore options to replace...

Council commits over £3 million to support those hit by cost of living crisis

East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet has approved over £3 million of spending to help support individuals, families and business through the Cost of Living Crisis.