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Saltcoats Community Council

Saltcoats Community Council was re-established in 2017 and comprises of local people who have an interest in their community and give their time, skills and experience on a voluntary basis to benefit their community.

Their main aim is to act as a liaison between residents and official bodies and to pass on the views of local people to North Ayrshire Council and other relevant bodies.

They hold public meetings on the 3rd Monday of each month in Saltcoats Town Hall at 7pm.

Public meetings are a way to voice concerns and to find out what Saltcoats Community Council are doing to improve their community. We encourage the public to attend meetings and to contact us via:

Facebook

wwww.saltcoatscommunitycouncil.org

Suggestion box in Saltcoats Library


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Funding Surgeries

The Ayrshire Community Trust are holding funding surgeries’ to give people the chance to speak to funders.

Surgeries will take place on the following dates:

  • Monday 24 September – North Ayrshire Council
  • Wednesday 31 October – Firstport
  • Thursday 29 November – Heritage Lottery Fund

All funding surgeries will take place at 27 Veron Street, Saltcoats, KA21 5HE.

If you would like to attend please book a slot by calling 01294 443044 or info@theayrshirecommunitytrust.co.uk


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Funding Surgeries

The Ayrshire Community Trust are holding funding surgeries’ to give people the chance to speak to funders.

Surgeries will take place on the following dates:

  • Thursday 6 September – Big Lottery
  • Monday 24 September – North Ayrshire Council
  • Wednesday 31 October – Firstport
  • Thursday 29 November – Heritage Lottery Fund

All funding surgeries will take place at 27 Veron Street, Saltcoats, KA21 5HE.

If you would like to attend please book a slot by calling 01294 443044 or info@theayrshirecommunitytrust.co.uk


Event

Funding Surgeries

The Ayrshire Community Trust are holding funding surgeries’ to give people the chance to speak to funders.

Surgeries will take place on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 28 August – Tesco Greenspace
  • Thursday 6 September – Big Lottery
  • Monday 24 September – North Ayrshire Council
  • Wednesday 31 October – Firstport
  • Thursday 29 November – Heritage Lottery Fund

All funding surgeries will take place at 27 Veron Street, Saltcoats, KA21 5HE.

If you would like to attend please book a slot by calling 01294 443044 or info@theayrshirecommunitytrust.co.uk


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NAC Housing Services Family Fun & Information Day

North Ayrshire Council will be hosting their annual Housing Family Fun and Information Day at St Matthews Academy, Saltcoats on Saturday 23 June 2018. The fun day will start at 11am till 3pm with food being serviced from 12-2pm.

There will be free kids games, free face painting, arts and crafts, owl display, emergency service demonstrations, information stalls with information on community safety, welfare rights, waste awareness, housing matters, repair matters and much more.

There will also be the chance to have your say and tell the housing team your views and ask the experts any questions.

If you have difficulties with transport or wish more information please call the Tenant Participant Team on 01294 324878 or alternatively email tenantparticipation@north-ayrshire.gov.uk


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Saltcoats Community Bake Off Competition & Coffee Morning

On Saturday 28th April, 11-3pm at Argyle Centre, Saltcoats the Saltcoats Community Council are holding a bake off competition and coffee morning.

Entry is free and there will be prizes for winners in two categories, 1st,2nd,3rd place.

The categories are:

  • Junior: 10-15yrs to bake and bring 3 x pancakes & 3 x cupcakes on the morning of 28th April, between 9.30-10.30am.
  • Adult: 16yrs + to bake and bring 1 x Victoria Sponge, (8/9 inch) , 4 plain or fruit scones, 1 fruit pie between 9.30-10.30am.

Forms can be posted at Saltcoats Library or through their Facebook.

 


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Do You Want To Play A Positive Role In Your Community?

If you live in Saltcoats you may be interested to know that a group of local people are looking to start up a Community Council.

If you are interested in getting involved you should join them at their meeting on Wednesday 1 March 2017 at 7pm in the Argyle Community Centre, Donaldson Avenue, Saltcoats, KA21 5AG.

A Community Council is a voluntary organisation supported by local authorities and run by local residents to act on behalf of their community.

If you are interested but unable to go along please contact Christina on 01294 604612 for more information.


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Get Involved And Have Your Say In Your Community

An ambitious campaign to inspire greater participation in community councils across North Ayrshire is to get under way.

North Ayrshire Council wants to increase local support for these important grassroots organisations and is urging local people with a passion for their community to step forward and get involved.

There are a number of successful and active community councils currently operating in North Ayrshire, and there are some areas where that community voice is missing.

Community Councils are voluntary organisations set up by Local Authorities and run by local residents to act on behalf of their area. Community Council representatives can often provide a comprehensive view of local issues by drawing on the experience of all the Community Councillors who meet and talk with residents in their area. Their voice is embedded in the governance structures of the new Locality Partnerships.

For those interested in getting involved with their local community council, special information sessions are being held across North Ayrshire:

* Saltcoats Town Hall at 2pm-4pm on Sunday, August 21
* Bridgend Community Centre, Kilbirnie, at 1pm-3pm on Monday, August 22
* The Volunteer Rooms, Irvine, at 7pm on Tuesday, August 23
* Focus Learning Centre, Primrose Place, Saltcoats, at 7pm-9pm on Wednesday, August 24

The ‘What You Need to Know’ information sessions will provide key information for those interested in playing a positive role in their communities as well as illustrating the support which will be available.

If you are interested in helping to make a positive difference in your community and wish to find out more about the upcoming information sessions, please email ccreviewandelections@north-ayrshire.gov.uk.