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CHAP advice drop in sessions

CHAP advice is hosting four drop-in sessions to help residents with issues including benefit entitlement and debt.
Monday 27 May – The Circuit (KA Leisure) – 10am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
Tuesday 28 May – Dreghorn Library – 10am-1pm and 2pm – 5pm
Tuesday 28 May – Redburn Community Centre – 10am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
Tuesday 29 May – Fullarton Community Hub – 10am-12pm and 1pm-5pm
Why not pop along and speak to an Advisers from CHAP, which is part of @NAyrshireCPP, who will be there to discuss a range of matters.
To get in touch, call 030 0002 0002,email or use the online contact form at

Digital Support in North Ayrshire Libraries

All North Ayrshire Libraries have free WIFI and computers available to help people get online and their experienced library staff are happy to spend time with you if anyone needs a little helping hand getting connected, printing, doing internet searches and more…

They can also help you to access the help sessions available nearest to you to help you and your family, friends and neighbours to say YES to adult learning.

This is all part of their updated #digitalstrateynac they want to do what they can to help residents to access digital support in an accessible and inclusive way.

In addition, North Ayrshire Virtual Community Centre also has lots of FREE sessions locally available so if you’re already up to speed with social media you can tune in there to save the dates for upcoming workshops.

However, if you’d prefer to get some help and support face to face, the library staff are happy to help

#SayYestoAdultLearning #notjustbooksna

Holly Health App

If you’re registered with a GP practice in North Ayrshire, you can now sign up for a year’s FREE access to the Holly Health app.
The app can assist you in making small but consistent changes to your daily behaviours, helping you build healthier habits, promoting mindfulness and encouraging you to be more kind to yourself.
Visit here to read more and find out how to register.

Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group

Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group – If you are in need of emotional support, signposting or practical guidance about pulmonary fibrosis, you can access help from Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis.

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group is for people living with pulmonary fibrosis/interstitial lung disease or family or carers.

The group meets in Kilwinning at 1.15pm on the third Thursday of every month.

Green Health Week

This #GreenHealthWeek why not walk or cycle to work, swapping those shorter car journeys and integrating physical activity into your daily routine. Or make time at work to go for a walk with colleagues outdoor in nature or suggest a walking meeting.

Bookbug Sessions Saltcoats Library

New Bookbug sessions at Saltcoats Library every Friday 10.30am followed by Stay and Play. Sessions include free story, song and rhyme sessions for babies, toddlers, pre-school children and their families.  For more information contact Saltcoats Library on 01294 469546.

Digital Support

If you have a query about your device, you can go along to your library and they will try and help.

Contact the library for more information:…/find-a-library.aspx

Irvine Library: Tues, 12-2

Kilwinning Library: Fri, 11-1 (from 10th of May)

Largs Library: Thurs, 10.30-11.30

Saltcoats Library: Tues, 2.15-4.15 )from 14th of May)

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