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East Ayrshire aims for a zero carbon future with new Climate Change Strategy

In the year when recovery from the global pandemic and the upcoming UN COP26 climate change conference are uppermost in the minds of many, East Ayrshire Council has taken a...

Joint patrols see Youth Action team hit the streets

The patrols, which involve Police Scotland, Vibrant Communities and Greener Communities, are supported by work that is taking place within Education with our Campus Police Officers and diversionary activities organised...

Celebrate Kilmarnock hosts online focus group for St.Marnock's Square

Twenty four people joined an online focus group hosted by Celebrate Kilmarnock last week, as part of a public consultation which aims to involve local people directly in owning, designing...


A budget for wellbeing, recovery and renewal as Council launches budget conversation

This week East Ayrshire Council launches an online conversation as part of its annual budget setting arrangements. Following the Scottish Government’s funding announcement on Thursday 28 January, plans for the...

Council looking for volunteers to help out in a number of roles

East Ayrshire Council is looking for volunteers to help out in their communities as the coronavirus pandemic continues. Whether you can spare an hour a week, a day a week...

Work to start on a new look town centre for the New Year

One of Scotland’s leading demolition specialists, Caskie Ltd, has been appointed to carry out the 20 week job, which will see the removal of the former Mothercare building on the...