12th October 2020 Thistle Help Ltd in Irvine are delighted to announce the successful acquisition of the Mobility Centre in Crosshouse, Ayrshire as part of their expansion plans over the next two years. Having over 13 years’ experience in the mobility sector, Thistle Help owners George Ruddick and Laura Hays were keen to acquire the
5th October 2020 SUPPORT for a bold and fresh approach to rebuilding the Ayrshire economy has today (Monday) received significant support from major public bodies. North Ayrshire Council’s Community Wealth Building Strategy was launched in May and outlined a bold new economic model with a focus on wellbeing and inclusion to reduce poverty and inequality
Monday 28th September 2020 Ayrshire Chamber are delighted to be able to bring an online check-in service to any business in Ayrshire: #ProtectAyrshire Check & Trace gives business owners a platform to securely check customers or visitors in and out of their premises, anonymously collecting the data needed to support the Scottish Government and the
Largs company, Saturn Sails is on track to produce 5,000 face visors to a range of front-line workers. The company design and manufacture sails and covers for the marine sector but since the covid-19 pandemic everything ground to a halt and they had to furlough their staff. With a range of machinery, materials and skills,
An Invitation from North Ayrshire Council to the Launch of Scotland’s First Community Wealth Building Strategy Broadcast on North Ayrshire Council’s Facebook Page on Thursday 14th May at 6.30pm. We would like to invite you to join us for the live launch of our Community Wealth Building strategy. This bold, new economic approach will see us
A LOCAL firm has shown true community spirit and support to North Ayrshire Council and residents during the Covid-19 pandemic. Beith-based Bonnymans has provided a vast quantity of hand gel to help Council staff continue carrying out valuable services to some of the area’s most vulnerable people. The cleansing product will be used for priority
20th March 2020 Local people and community groups are working hard to support their neighbours and the wider population during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. To streamline their approach and ensure community help is delivered safely during the pandemic, the Council’s Connected Communities teams are set to launch a series of community hubs from next week.