Keeping Warm in Older Homes (Free Event) – Park Hotel, Kilmarnock

Information and advice on how to treat and maintain traditionally built properties. Also a chance to speak to an expert about draught proofing, glazing, heating options and renewable heating systems. This event is aimed at owners of all types of properties.

FREE tea, coffee, sandwiches, soup and cake will be available. You can also enter a free prize draw with a chance to win £250 of B&Q vouchers.

Presentations start at 12pm followed by a drop in “ask the expert” session up until 4pm. The presenters include Roger Curtis from Historic Environment Scotland, Dr Tanya Ewing from Glaze & Save and Ian Heron from Mitsubishi Electric.

Additionally, Nicolas Whitelaw from PAS (Planning Aid Scotland) will also be in attendance to offer free and impartial advice on assistance with planning and obtaining building warrants etc.

Also take the opportunity to arrange a FREE home visit to have one of our specialist advisors come out to your home and assess its suitability for energy efficiency measures and renewable technologies which is followed up with a FREE report.

The event will be held in the Earlston Suite in the upper floor of the Park Hotel. Lift access is available.

Visit the ticket source website or call 01292 525501 for further information on the event and to book your FREE place.

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Active Schools: Dance (Shortlees)

Active Schools is a key component of the Early Intervention and Prevention section of Vibrant Communities and a major driver of the Scottish Government vision to get Scotland more active. The fundamental aim of the Active Schools Network it to offer children and young people the opportunities and motivation to adopt active, healthy lifestyles, now and into adulthood. 

At the Shortless Community Centre, attend dance sessions for P4-7 children. You’ll get to learn new dance styles in a creative and fun enviroment.


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