Royal Drawing School: Drawing Club, New Cumnock

Free Saturday morning drawing for young artists aged 10 – 14, run by the Royal Drawing School at New Cumnock Town Hall.

Similarly to sporting or musical development, progress in drawing is achieved in response to regular practise and expert tuition. The New Cumnock Young Artist programme is designed as an introduction for children with an interest or aptitude in drawing to develop their skills through sustained weekly tuition. It is also an opportunity to learn with a practicing contemporary artist, Gabrielle Lockwood Estrin, who is an alumna of the School’s postgraduate programme, The Drawing Year. All materials are included.

Please note:
The course is free, there are 16 places available which are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
There are ten sessions in total with no sessions on 12 and 19 October.

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Ayrshire Ninja

Join us for the first 5k Ninja Assault Course in Scotland!

If you are a fan of the Ninja Warrior TV show then this is the event for you. Unlock your inner Ninja and sign up for our fun 5k challenge with 10 different obstacles at Ayrshire Athletics Arena on Saturday 28th September.

Registration is now open and you can choose your preferred time slot from 10.30am. We are delighted to extend the early bird special offer until Friday 23 August – it’s £20 for adults and £10 for under 16’s. Thereafter it will be £25 for adults and £15 for under 16’s.

Or why not take on our corporate challenge and enter a team of 10! Gather your friends and colleagues to battle against other teams to win a prize. The team challenge registration fee is £250 (for 10 participants) with additional joint sponsorship (we hope each team will aim to raise £750) and commences at 9am.

The registration fee covers all expenses involved in administering your place and it is not refundable. You will receive a hospice t-shirt, water, fruit and snack, and at the finish line a commemorative medal!

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Royal Drawing School: Drawing Club, New Cumnock

Free Saturday morning drawing for young artists aged 10 – 14, run by the Royal Drawing School at New Cumnock Town Hall.

Similarly to sporting or musical development, progress in drawing is achieved in response to regular practise and expert tuition. The New Cumnock Young Artist programme is designed as an introduction for children with an interest or aptitude in drawing to develop their skills through sustained weekly tuition. It is also an opportunity to learn with a practicing contemporary artist, Gabrielle Lockwood Estrin, who is an alumna of the School’s postgraduate programme, The Drawing Year. All materials are included.

Please note:
The course is free, there are 16 places available which are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
There are ten sessions in total with no sessions on 12 and 19 October.

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Royal Drawing School: Drawing Club, New Cumnock

Free Saturday morning drawing for young artists aged 10 – 14, run by the Royal Drawing School at New Cumnock Town Hall.

Similarly to sporting or musical development, progress in drawing is achieved in response to regular practise and expert tuition. The New Cumnock Young Artist programme is designed as an introduction for children with an interest or aptitude in drawing to develop their skills through sustained weekly tuition. It is also an opportunity to learn with a practicing contemporary artist, Gabrielle Lockwood Estrin, who is an alumna of the School’s postgraduate programme, The Drawing Year. All materials are included.

Please note:
The course is free, there are 16 places available which are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
There are ten sessions in total with no sessions on 12 and 19 October.

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Royal Drawing School: Drawing Club, New Cumnock

Free Saturday morning drawing for young artists aged 10 – 14, run by the Royal Drawing School at New Cumnock Town Hall.

Similarly to sporting or musical development, progress in drawing is achieved in response to regular practise and expert tuition. The New Cumnock Young Artist programme is designed as an introduction for children with an interest or aptitude in drawing to develop their skills through sustained weekly tuition. It is also an opportunity to learn with a practicing contemporary artist, Gabrielle Lockwood Estrin, who is an alumna of the School’s postgraduate programme, The Drawing Year. All materials are included.

Please note:
The course is free, there are 16 places available which are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
There are ten sessions in total with no sessions on 12 and 19 October.

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Essential Skills Service – Adult Literacies 1:1 support hub

Essential Skills Service provides free and confidential support to Adults aged 16 plus, in East Ayrshire, who wish to improve on their everyday reading, writing and number support.

If you would like help with reading, writing and numbers please contact Essential Skills Service on 01563 573 757.
Initial interview required before attending this group.

We can help you with everyday literacies like:

  • Filling in application forms
  • writing letters
  • reading books and magazines
  • Build your confidence with words and number
  • Helping your child with their homework
  • preparing for the Police, Army and Nursing Entry Exams
  • Reading and understanding questions for driving theory or CSCS Health and Safety

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Essential Skills Service – Adult Literacies 1:1 support hub

Essential Skills Service provides free and confidential support to Adults aged 16 plus, in East Ayrshire, who wish to improve on their everyday reading, writing and number support.

If you would like help with reading, writing and numbers please contact Essential Skills Service on 01563 573 757.
Initial interview required before attending this group.

We can help you with everyday literacies like:

  • Filling in application forms
  • writing letters
  • reading books and magazines
  • Build your confidence with words and number
  • Helping your child with their homework
  • preparing for the Police, Army and Nursing Entry Exams
  • Reading and understanding questions for driving theory or CSCS Health and Safety

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Ayrshire Ninja

Join the Ayrshire Hospice for the first 5k Ninja Assault Course in Scotland!

If you are a fan of the Ninja Warrior TV show then this is the event for you. Unlock your inner Ninja and sign up for their fun 5k challenge with 10 different obstacles at Ayrshire Athletics Arena on Saturday 17 August.

Registration is open now and you can choose your preferred time slot from 10.30am. An early bird special is available for the first 300 people to register – it’s £20 for adults and £10 for under 16’s.

Thereafter it will be £25 for adults and £15 for under 16’s.

Or why not take on their corporate challenge and enter a team of 10! Gather your friends and colleagues to battle against other teams to win a prize. The team challenge registration fee is £250 (for 10 participants) with additional joint sponsorship (we hope each team will aim to raise £750) and commences at 9.00am.

The registration fee covers all expenses involved in administering your place and it is not refundable. You will receive a hospice t-shirt, water, fruit and snack, and at the finish line a commemorative medal!

REGISTRATION/TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Book your place and view the terms and conditions on the Ayrshire Hospice website

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Essential Skills Service – Adult Literacies 1:1 support hub

Essential Skills Service provides free and confidential support to Adults aged 16 plus, in East Ayrshire, who wish to improve on their everyday reading, writing and number support.

If you would like help with reading, writing and numbers please contact Essential Skills Service on 01563 573 757.
Initial interview required before attending this group.

We can help you with everyday literacies like:

  • Filling in application forms
  • writing letters
  • reading books and magazines
  • Build your confidence with words and number
  • Helping your child with their homework
  • preparing for the Police, Army and Nursing Entry Exams
  • Reading and understanding questions for driving theory or CSCS Health and Safety

Read More

Essential Skills Service – Adult Literacies 1:1 support hub

Essential Skills Service provides free and confidential support to Adults aged 16 plus, in East Ayrshire, who wish to improve on their everyday reading, writing and number support.

If you would like help with reading, writing and numbers please contact Essential Skills Service on 01563 573 757.
Initial interview required before attending this group.

We can help you with everyday literacies like:

  • Filling in application forms
  • writing letters
  • reading books and magazines
  • Build your confidence with words and number
  • Helping your child with their homework
  • preparing for the Police, Army and Nursing Entry Exams
  • Reading and understanding questions for driving theory or CSCS Health and Safety

Read More