Speaking after a public meeting in Brodick to discuss the prospect of CalMac’s Arran ferry service moving to Troon, Executive Director of Arran’s tourism marketing body Visit Arran, Sheila Gilmore says Ardrossan is the best option for convenient transport links and low carbon impact.
Parents and dog owners in North Ayrshire are being warned to look out for a toxic plant being washed up on our shores. The Council reports that Hemlock water dropwort, also known as poisonous parsnip, has been swept up on beaches in Saltcoats and Stevenston, and may be found on other beaches in the area. […]
Stroke patients in Ayrshire are reaping the benefits of the new acute stroke unit in University Hospital Crosshouse.
Local neighbourhoods inspired to tackle loneliness with £2.7M National Lottery grant A pioneering UK-wide project to tackle loneliness through community collaboration has received £2.7million from the Big Lottery Fund. The Campaign to End Loneliness will deliver a national initiative, using funding raised by National Lottery players, to reduce the loneliness experienced by more than one […]
We spend approximately £17 million per year on in-house and purchased care at home delivering services to older people across North Ayrshire. The importance of the role they carry out can’t be overestimated in any way.
It’s really important that we encourage our children to enjoy eating more veg but as a mum of three children under ten, I know the problems us parents can face.
NHS Ayrshire & Arran has teamed up with The Conservation Volunteers, Green Exercise Partnership, Forestry Commission and Scottish Natural Heritage to encourage patients, staff, visitors and the wider community to use the green space on the University Hospital Ayr campus.
People from across North Ayrshire are being offered the chance to stake their claim for up to £1,250 for worthy projects which will improve the lives of others.
Joe Cullinane, Leader of North Ayrshire Council, visited North Ayrshire Council’s Autism project, the Astra Base in Ardrossan Academy on Tuesday the 6th of December. The councillor spent the morning getting to know some of the school’s pupils and speaking with Head Teacher, Miss Chalmers and her staff at the base. Mr Cullinane was given a tour […]