Multi-user path plan

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A  new study aims to investigate the feasibility of a multi-user access path between Brodick and Lamlash.

The study is being funded through the Sustrans managed ‘Places for Everyone’ and should create opportunities for active travel for everyday journeys between and within the villages although, due to the existing topography constraints, it is likely the focus of the study will be the improvement of cycling facilities within the settlements themselves.

If you are interested in being involved, please contact Jennifer McGee, community and locality planning assistant jennifermcgee@north-ayrshire.gov.uk

Last chance to nominate

It’s your last chance to nominate for this year’s North Ayrshire Council Provost’s Recognition Awards.

In its first year, the awards are a variation on the Provost’s Civic Pride Awards, which have been running for the last nine years to recognise and celebrate people and groups at the very heart of our communities.

Nominations close on Friday March 20 at noon and a shortlist of finalists will be drawn up by a specially selected locality judging panel ahead of the award events hosted in each of the six localities in May, including Arran.