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Barlosh Moss breaks Scottish record

With much speculation about climate change and carbon emissions, environmentalists in East Ayrshire are excited about a new and important discovery  in the heart of the countryside near the former...

Mauchline set for multi-million pound facelift

Mauchline’s most precious historic buildings are set for a dramatic transformation thanks to over £1.8m of grant funding from Historic Environment Scotland and East Ayrshire Council. The town is the...

Hans Hamilton Tomb – a newly restored gem

Nestling in a quiet churchyard in a small rural village in East Ayrshire lies an unexpected gem, little known locally, but renowned and revered by followers throughout the world.


Scaling new heights, as climbing centre secures final funding

As one of 18 successful projects, sharing a total pot of £20.4m aimed at supporting  community led  regeneration throughout Scotland, the new climbing and bouldering centre has now gained enough...

Letter to Editor - Cumnock Chronicle

I refer to the article within the Cumnock Chronicle dated 28th November 2018 in relation to the Council's decision to issue a Planning Enforcement Notice on the current landowner of...

Minister views key Ayrshire Growth Deal sites as ambitions move closer to becoming reality

That was the message from the Ayrshire Growth Deal partners, which includes the three Ayrshire Councils and national agencies, with support from the private sector, following Friday’s visit by Lord...