People across Ayrshire and Arran are being asked for their views on how health and care services might be delivered remotely in the future. The use of video consultations in Scotland has rapidly escalated since the Covid-19 pandemic started. Prior to March, there were around 300 video consultations using the Near Me system; by June, there
Ayrshire College is recruiting two new members to its Board of Management. You may never have considered a Board position before however, your experience may be invaluable! Many of us don’t realise how much we have to offer, so even if you are really not sure that the Boardroom is for you, please contact us to
Magnox has committed £499,999 to Ayrshire College for the new Future Skills Hub on the Kilwinning Campus, due to open in late 2021. The college has been given a major boost with the allocation of Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) funding – allocated through the Magnox socio-economic scheme. The aim of the scheme is to mitigate the
Six projects aiming to reduce the number of drug-related deaths in North Ayrshire have been awarded funding grants of between £8k and £10k in an initiative run by North Ayrshire Drug and Alcohol Partnership. A number of community groups and organisations submitted applications for funding after the launch of ‘The Substance of our Communities’ participatory budgeting
The Scottish Government has launched £2 million of new funding to help support the recovery of local communities as coronavirus (COVID-19) measures are gradually and carefully eased. The funding will be administered by Scotland’s Towns Partnership, the national body for towns. For more information and to apply please click here.
A new business support helpline has been launched by the three Ayrshire councils to help local businesses navigate the extensive support strands and funding opportunities available to them. In the wake of COVID-19, the local economic landscape has changed significantly, with many more businesses in need of support and assistance as they try to ride the
Shut Out Scammers week is a joint initiative between Local Authorities and Police Scotland. The link below provides our communities with key tips and advice on how to spot any rogue traders and bogus callers if they call at your door. Shut Out Scammers
Ever wondered about a publicly owned building or piece of land that you think could be used to achieve something special for your community? Community Ownership Support Service (COSS) Advisors David Henderson and Lynn Molleson will deliver two free webinars for groups in North Ayrshire over the next few weeks to help you decide whether your community really
We would love to know 'what matters to you when maintaining your health and wellbeing during the current pandemic?' So that we can improve the support we provide to people across North Ayrshire - especially during these uncertain times. For more details please click here.