Events

Street Santa

Street Santa

Ayr Your Views

Local people are set to have their say on exciting proposals that will help transform Ayr town centre for many years to come.

The Council want the public to have their say on ideas which include high-quality and attractive public spaces, a new town centre leisure facility and redressing the residential/retail balance on the High Street.

The Council is holding two consultation events in Ayr Town Hall on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 November between 2:00pm and 7:30pm.

The proposals on show will complement the consultation work which has taken place so far and people will be able to discuss their views with Council Officers and have their say.

As well as the consultation events, there is a short online survey available at south-ayrshire.gov.uk/ayr-your-views. The deadline to complete the online survey is Friday 14 December at 5pm.

Information gathered from the consultation events and the online survey will be used to inform the decision making process. The intention would be to hold further consultation events in the future providing more detail on agreed projects including designs, costs and timescales.

Ayr Aikido Club

Ayr Aikido Club

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Fort, Seafield and Wallacetoun Community Council are taking part in the Scottish Ambulance Registration to Resuscitation campaign #Defib registered at Ayr Town Buildings New Bridge Street, Ayr. pad.scottishambulance.com#R2R

Fort, Seafield and Wallacetoun Community Council are taking part in the Scottish Ambulance Registration to Resuscitation campaign

New Support Group for People Living with Depression

New Support Group for People Living with Depression

The University of the Third Age

The University of the Third Age

CancAyr Social Support Group

CancAyr Social Support Group

Ayrshire Colleges (Ayr Campus) – Courses

Ayrshire Colleges (Ayr Campus) – Courses

 

Download the leaflet on available courses here

South Ayrshire Addiction Services

South Ayrshire Addiction Services

 

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