Drop-in sessions on Arran
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Drop-in sessions on Arran

The Ayrshire Independent Living Network (AILN) will be hosting two drop in sessions next week to offer independent Self-Directed Support (SDS) information and advice.

SWI embroidery gift to museum
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SWI embroidery gift to museum

The ladies of Corrie and Sannox SWI have got together one last time to make a presentation to the Arran Heritage Museum.

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The bells toll for Lamlash Church

The bells have tolled for Lamlash Parish Church when it was confirmed this week that the church and hall are to close by the end of 2023.

Linda leads inquiry into ‘fairness’ in hospitality industry
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Linda leads inquiry into ‘fairness’ in hospitality industry

The Fair Work Convention, an independent body working to ensure fair work drives success, wellbeing and prosperity for individuals, businesses, organisations and society across Scotland, has launched an inquiry into the hospitality industry to establish the extent to which work can be described as fair work.

Sport
Arran’s regatta goes ahead after last minute changes

Seven coastal rowing clubs en route to the annual Arran Regatta on Saturday were left high and dry after their 7am ferry sailing was cancelled, however, hastily arranged plans by the organisers saw the event still going ahead with a new format.

Leisure
Arran u3a learns about marine conservation

Members of the Arran u3a group learned about Arran’s marine conservation efforts when newly appointed director of Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST), Áine Purcell-Milton, provided them with an informative talk at their May monthly meeting in Whiting Bay Hall.

Outdoors
Views sought on biodiversity plan

The Scottish government is undertaking a consultation on its biodiversity strategy which which sets out what needs to be done, and the conditions that must be in place, to halt nature loss by 2030 and reverse it by 2045.