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Art of the Future

Our collaboration with National Galleries Scotland continues with Art of the Future.

At Harbour Arts Centre, until 2 September 2018Art of the Future is local young people’s artistic response to their lives and how they see the future. Their art was created from a mailorder art toolkit of disparate materials and equipment.

The finished work was displayed in Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh. It’s now in Irvine! And it’s free!

Cumbrae conversations

On-island services will be changing.  Come along to our information day on Thursday 30 August to discuss sustainable, fit-for-purpose services that meet the demands of the people who live and work on Cumbrae. 10–12noon 1–3pm 7–9pm If you’d like more information, please contact Gavin Paterson on 01294 317843.

Consultation – Participation and Engagement Strategy

Engagement is everyone’s business. Your views, on how we plan to have conversations (engagement) and how people who live and work in North Ayrshire can be involved (the participation bit) in local health and social care services, are really important. The consultation closes on Friday 17 August – click here at access the draft strategy (Doing what matters, together) for 2018–2021. [...]

Looking to volunteer?

Ayrshire Central Hospital Volunteers have been successfully operating the shop at Woodland View since its opening in 2016. They are now looking for additional volunteers to extend and sustain the shop opening hours.

Volunteers must be aged 16 years and over. For an application form or further information, please contact Ayrshire Central Hospital Volunteers (01294 322340) or e-mail carol.nimmo@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

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