We are recruiting for a Community and Locality Planning Assistant. Do you have strong organisational and communication skills? Are you interested in working with a range of partners and communities to make a difference in North Ayrshire? Please take a look at the advert available at this link.
Skills Development Scotland have published their latest newsletter, summarising how they have been supporting local people and businesses over the past year. The newsletter is available here: MSW Summer 2018 North Ayrshire
Are you interested in a challenging and rewarding role which will have a lasting impact on the delivery of healthcare across Ayrshire and Arran? If so, becoming a non-executive member of Ayrshire and Arran NHS Board could be just for you. NHS Ayrshire & Arran is looking for a non-executive member to join our Board from
At their last meeting the Community Planning Board committed to support pan-Ayrshire work on Adverse Childhood Experiences in conjunction with Community Justice Ayrshire. ACEs are stressful events that occur in childhood and can a have lifelong impact on health and behaviour. We are planning screenings across our localities of "Resilience - The Biology of Stress and Science
“Please note this consultation is now closed” ORIGINAL CONSULTATION REQUEST: We are working across the Ayrshire Community Planning Partnerships to reduce reoffending and improve outcomes for people involved in the justice system. Community Justice Ayrshire have drafted a plan for 2018 - 19 which details how we plan to do this. Please take a look and
The Civic Centre in Ardrossan was packed with local residents on Saturday 24 March who came along to vote for their favourite local projects. There was a great atmosphere with lots of people learning about the huge variety of work going on in their local communities by volunteers, groups, and individuals. 24 projects were successful in winning a share of the £34,234 pot. 5 groups
Volunteers Week 2018 V.I.P. Event Volunteering In the Park Saturday 2nd June We all know that Volunteers are extremely Important People and that it is good for Volunteers to get recognition for their contribution to the many voluntary and statutory organisations throughout our area As part of this year’s celebrations we would like to host an
Over 350 local residents attended at Dalry Primary School on Saturday 10 March to vote for their favourite local projects. There was a great buzz in the venue with lots of interesting conversations and people learning about the vast array of work being carried out in their local area by volunteers, groups, and individuals. 19 groups were
There was a great buzz in Ayrshire College Kilwinning Campus on Saturday, when local residents turned out in their hundreds to vote for their preferred community projects to receive available funding. People queued from before the doors opened right up to closing time at 1pm. The whole day was a huge success enjoyed by most who came along.
Interested in making a difference in your local community? Irvine Locality Parntership is looking for a new community representatives. For more information click here...