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Women & Epilepsy Information Day

Date of Event:    November 16, 2018

Epilepsy Connections is hosting this event for women affected by epilepsy on Thursday 16 November 10.30am – 3.00pm.

Featuring presentations from Dr Maria Oto, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist and Dr Linda Stephen, Associate Specialist in Epilepsy on topics relevant to women with epilepsy.

Food and refreshments provided, as well as complementary therapies and a belly dancing taster session on the day.  Call 0141 248 4125 to book your place.

Venue: Victim Support, Third Floor, Abbey House, 10 Bothwell Street, Glasgow

Café Gaming

Date of Event:    November 16, 2018

Cafe Gaming at the Melbourne Cafe in Saltcoats for young people 12+

When: Friday 16th November from 6pm until 8pm

Where: Melbourne Café, 72 Hamilton Street, Saltcoats, KA21 5DS

How Much: Free

For more information contact 01294 475927 or

Driving With The Brakes On

Date of Event:    November 17, 2018

A two-day event (17th and 18th November) to promote a better quality of life for people with Parkinson’s Disease (PWP), their families, friends, carers and of course health and fitness professionals. Enjoy 2 days discovering more about physical and nutritional concepts that may alleviate symptoms and help augment the benefits of medication. Central to the event will be Karl Sterling of Parkinson’s Regeneration. He will be arriving from New York to share his latest research into the effects of Parkinson’s and demonstrate some practical programmes and thought-provoking interventions. Alongside Karl will be talks, workshops and demonstrations from a range of practitioners and PWP. This will include Irene Treacy from Ireland hearing about her specialist approaches. You have the option to come along for one day or two. For those attending the two days there will be networking opportunities and evening entertainment on the Saturday evening.

Tickets available from Eventbrite

For more information visit Driving With The Brakes On

Community Payback Office Christmas Fair

Date of Event:    November 17, 2018

Justice Services, Community Payback Office Christmas Fair is taking place on Saturday 17 November 2018 from 10am until 3pm within Ardeer Community Centre, Stevenston.

There will be a variety of stalls, Santa’s Grotto, outdoor planters and holly wreaths for sale.


SISG Skills For Hearing Class

Date of Event:    November 22, 2018

SISG (Sensory Impaired Support Group) offer a skills for hearing class on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at Garnock Valley Area Centre, Craigton Road from 10-12pm for older people with hearing loss.

The small group develop practical coping strategies as well as learning finger spelling and lip-reading.

The next class date is 22 November 2018. This class is the final class of the year.

If you require additional information please call Dorothy the Skills for Hearing Officer on 01292 266791 or



Healthcare Improvement Scotland Seeks Your Views

Date of Event:    November 23, 2018

Have you or a relative, carer or friend received care from NHS Ayrshire and Arran in the last 12 months?

If so, Healthcare Improvement Scotland are keen to hear from you about the quality of that care.

There are various ways to give your feedback:-

  • Complete the online survey
  • Attend a local discussion group

Discussion groups will be held on:

  • Friday 23 November, 10am-12pm at Room 2A, Alexander Fleming Education Centre, Crosshouse Hospital, KA2 0BE
  • Tuesday 27 November, 2-4pm at The Grove, Woodland View, Ayrshire Central Hospital, 81 Kilwinning Road, Irvine, KA12 8TE

Email or call 01563 825801 to attend a local discussion group.

Funding Fayre

Date of Event:    November 23, 2018

Come and find out what funding your community group can apply for at the North Ayrshire Funding Fayre.

  • 23 November
  • 10am-12.30pm
  • Saltcoats Town Hall

Capall Dorcha Presents: Building Bridges

Date of Event:    November 23, 2018

Capall Dorcha Presents: Building Bridges at The Harbour Arts Centre in Irvine on Friday 23rd November from 7:30pm until 9:00pm.

Join Capall Dorcha Theatre Company at the Harbour Arts Centre to enjoy new theatre writing. ‘Building Bridges’ written by Marie Dunlop is a Scottish drama dealing with marital separation, reconciliation and trust issues within a family. It also deals with loyalty, betrayal and the unfailing love of a mother and grandmother, set against the backdrop of demolition and renewal that was Anderson, Glasgow, in the mid-1960s. Whilst not a historical account of what happened to the Anderson community as a result of the Glasgow Corporation’s Comprehensive Redevelopment Plan as it prepared for the construction of the M8 and the Kingston bridge, Building Bridges does sign-post the changes to come. It also very much captures the flavour of a time where many of Anderson’s inhabitants saw the tenements they had always known, coming down around them.

Tickets cost £3.95 and can be booked here


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