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New Yoga Class

A new yoga class is starting on Wednesday 10 October from 5:45pm till 6:45pm. The class will run every Wednesday and is open to all levels, beginners are welcome.

The class will take place at St Johns Church Hall, Haydocks Road, Stevenston. Classes are £5 or £25 for 6 class pass.

Please bring along your own yoga mat. If you don’t have a mat, there are a limited number available to borrow.

Call or email Steph to request one in advance –  07470 435 735 /

Get Moving Into Work With Street League

Are you 16-24 years old? Unemployed & not in education?

Street League North Ayrshire are running a new academy starting on the 15 October 2018!

  • Play Football, Keep Fit
  • Gain Key Life & Work Skills For Employment
  • 1 to 1 Support, CV Writing, Interview Skills
  • Work Placements
  • Free Nike Kit
  • £55 Per Week For 16/17 Year Olds Plus Travelling Expenses

Interview dates are now available with spaces filling quick. Get in touch via Facebook or text/ call Grant on 07885 469 173 if you are interested.




Girls Only Football

Are you aged between 5-12? Do you like being active and meeting new friends? If so why not give football a try.

The girls only football starts on Friday 5 October at Kilwinning Sports club from 6-7pm.

Take a copy of the flyer in the picture and receive the first 3 sessions free.

Contact Colin Hunter for more information 07856 744 082 /


Tiny Tots Group Kilwinning – Free Sessions

Cranberry Moss Community Centre are offering two free sessions for their Tiny Tots group on Thursday 28 & Friday 29 September 2018.

The group is for 0-4 years and runs from 09:30am – 11:30am.

For more information click here

Parents Lounge

YoungMinds Parents Lounge is their Parents Helpline where parent experts give advice and tips on a range of topics chosen by you, from how to have difficult conversations with your child, to managing anxiety in children.

Have a look at some of their useful advice here.

Coeliac UK – Living Gluten Free

1 in 100 people in the UK has coeliac disease. Coeliac UK works to improve their experience of healthcare, ensure their gluten-free diet is easy to manage and drive research which delivers new solutions to the problems of living with the condition.

The goal is to see the needs of people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) met and recognised by everyone in their everyday lives.

Coeliac UK will do this by:

  • providing expert and independent information to help people manage their health and diet
  • campaigning for better access to diagnosis and care and better access to food in and out of the home
  • researching the nature of the disease and potential cures.
  • Support
  • A range of tools to help you manage your diet and keep up to date with the latest developments in coeliac disease. You can also talk to people who face the same challenges – in your local area with the Local Voluntary Support Groups, online through Facebook or Twitter, or one to one through the mentoring scheme, Member2Member.
  • Their work supports everyone with coeliac disease and DH. They operate as a Membership organisation and anyone with an interest in coeliac disease can join to receive services or help.

MSK Helpline

The Musculoskeletal (MSK) Helpline is a phone service for people experiencing symptoms of MSK disorders – such as back pain or sports injuries.

How this service can help

The helpline is operated by the Musculoskeletal Advice and Triage Service (MATS) and is provided by fully trained call operators, nurses and physiotherapists.

This service can help by:

  • finding out if you need to see a doctor
  • providing key information and advice to help with your problem
  • referring you to a physiotherapist or podiatrist if you need it
  • They can’t:
  • arrange home visits – this should be arranged by your doctor
  • book and manage your physiotherapy appointments
  • To use this service you must:
  • be aged 16 or over
  • be registered with a GP

To find out more click here.

Fibro Friends United Scotland

Dont suffer with Fibromyalgia alone! Fibro Friends United Scotland provide self-management support and advocacy services online and in your community.

APL Centre, s9,  Stevenston Industrial Estate, KA20 3LR.

Currently FFU Scotland have 2 monthly support meetings open to anyone in Ayrshire.

Irvine – Fullarton Connextions Church Street, Irvine  Every 3rd Thurs of month 7pm – 9.30pm.

Crosshouse-  Crosshouse Hospital , Alexander Fleming Education Centre, Every 1st Tues of month 7pm – 9.30pm.

Contact FFU on 01294 537566 or for more information about the services provided.





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