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Garnock Valley Life App

Beith Community Trust have developed a new Garnock Valley Hub App. Providing a free space for businesses and community groups to share their information.

Take a look at

Mental Health Awareness: A Pocket Guide For Young People

Largs Academy Ambassadors have developed a handy pocket guide on Mental Health Awareness, which lists some really useful information, practical tips and resources for young people.
This guide can be read or download by clicking the following link: 👉

Save The Date – Men’s Wellbeing Event

North Ayrshire Men’s Wellbeing Zoom Event is taking place on Wednesday 12 May from 2-3pm (zoom open from 1:45pm).

This online event is an opportunity to learn about:

  • North Ayrshire Men’s Sheds
  • 12 Guitars
  • North Ayrshire Libraries for Men
  • Prostate Cancer Awareness
  • Test your local knowledge “How much do you really know about North Ayrshire?” Quiz

For more information, joining details or help using Zoom please contact or

North Ayrshire Sensory Impairment Group

This week is Deaf Awareness Week

Did you know North Ayrshire have a Sensory Impairment Group !

For more information

Breastfeeding Network Peer Supporters

The Breastfeeding Network’s peer supporters are now hosting weekly walks and anyone with a child or children aged under 5 is welcome to attend.

If you’re interested in joining a walk, please register in advance via their Facebook page Breastfeeding Network Ayrshire and Arran or by emailing

Walk venues and times are as follows:

Monday 1pm: Dean Park, Kilmarnock
Thursday 1pm: Eglinton Park, Irvine
Friday 10.30am: Beach front or Rozelle Park, both Ayr

There are also zoom groups running on a Tuesday, Wed, Thurs and Friday, feeding support, information sessions and activities. Find out more here.

Meaningful May

Action for Happiness calendar this month is #meaningfulmay

This month’s theme is all about reflecting on what gives our life meaning. Being a part of something bigger than ourselves and focusing on things that we value is key to our wellbeing.

It is an opportunity to take time to reflect on what we care about this month and keep these things at the front of our minds as our societies begin to open up again.

You can find out more online.


National Autistic Society Scotland

Check out the National Autistic Society Scotland’s online social groups for autistic adults over 26 in Scotland.
They’re a great way to meet new people, share interests and build confidence.
We have general chat and special interest groups available during the day and evenings.
The groups are free, safe and secure and delivered by trained staff and volunteers.

Fibro Friends United Scotland are looking for your support

FFU Scotlad are looking for support to help raise funds by getting FREE donations made by many large retailers direct to FFU Scotland CIC every time you shop online at no cost to yourself

Just sign up for an account. Look up Fibro friends United Scotland and add as your place to donate. 

To read more information click here


Scotland are Scotland’s national non profit organisation for people living with fibromyalgia offering education, support, advocacy self management.  For more information visit the facenook page at FFU-Scotland CIC – Home | Facebook

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