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Council agrees 2022/23 budget ‚Äč

South Ayrshire Council has today (Thursday 3 March) agreed a budget which protects frontline services and invests in vital areas such as social care and education. 3 March 2022.

Ayr's new audio walking tour launched as part of Scotland's Year of Stories

The story of Ayr is being brought to life through a new walking experience called Shadows of the past...Ayr's Myths, Legends & History. 25 February 2022.

Good For Business - Biosphere Certification Mark scheme opens for applications

Now in its fourth year, the Biosphere Certification Mark scheme opens 1 March. 25 February 2022.

South Ayrshire Council continues to support Young Person's Guarantee

The Young Person's Guarantee is a shared commitment with the Scottish Government to provide opportunities for 16-24-year olds through jobs, apprenticeships, further and higher education, training programmes and volunteering. 25 February 2022.

Diamond wedding celebrations for Angus and Rosalin

Angus and Rosalin MacDonald celebrated a special anniversary recently. 24 February 2022.

A positive picture for school leavers in South Ayrshire

Our commitment to school leavers has been recognised in figures released by the Scottish Government. 23 February 2022.

Prestwick Spaceport open day to underline 'huge opportunities' the development will bring to Ayrshire

The public are invited to share views on proposed Prestwick Spaceport development. 18 February 2022.

New Head Teacher for Belmont Academy

Kevin Boyd is set to become the new head teacher at Belmont Academy in Ayr. 15 February 2022.

Biosphere invites feedback on its first ten years

The Galloway & Southern Ayrshire UNESCO Biosphere has launched an online survey. 8 February 2022.

Minister for Children and Young People visits Maybole Community Campus

Clare Haughey MSP, Minister for Children and Young People recently visited the construction site of the Maybole Community Campus. 2 February 2022.