Panic Buying around the UK as Covid 19 spreads

By Zainab Arowoshere As the deadly virus spreads, shoppers in all part of the UK are in a panic situation which is leading to people buying more than what is needed in their specific homes as everyone is scared there … Continue reading Panic Buying around the UK as Covid 19 spreads

UWS International Student wants more information and assurance of their stay in the UK as COVID 19 spreads

By Zainab, The University made an announcement on friday tor its student to stay away from all of the Campuses from March 16 2020 due to the spread of the deadly disease known as Corona Virus. While some students think … Continue reading UWS International Student wants more information and assurance of their stay in the UK as COVID 19 spreads

Ayrshire Businesses Highlight The Importance Tourism Plays In The Local Economy

The Beechwood Guest House on Prestwick Road, Mancini’s Ice Cream in Prestwick and The Waterfront Restaurant in Ayr all speak to UWS News detailing the vital role tourists from both England and across the world have on their businesses. Continue reading Ayrshire Businesses Highlight The Importance Tourism Plays In The Local Economy

South Ayrshire Council plans to refurbish Ayr: will they manage to bring life back to the town?

By Layla Maguire Those who have visited Ayr will know it as a place to visit in the summer months for a day at the beach. However, the town used to be filled with busy shoppers on the high street … Continue reading South Ayrshire Council plans to refurbish Ayr: will they manage to bring life back to the town?

Ayr citizens pedaling towards a zero-Emission Country

The Scottish government declared a climate emergency last year and pledged to reduce emissions by 75% by 2030, as well as committing to Scotland reaching net-zero by 2045. The Active travel hub is a Government funded organization that try to … Continue reading Ayr citizens pedaling towards a zero-Emission Country

Whitletts Victoria begin search for new home

By Calum Brown and Dale Eaton Local junior football club Whitletts Victoria look set to depart current home ground Dam Park, with rugby side Ayrshire Bulls about to take over the stadium. Victoria are in the process of securing an open … Continue reading Whitletts Victoria begin search for new home

Bakeries on the rise

  By John Murray THE amount of craft bakeries in Ayrshire has risen over the past year as consumers are willing to spend more dough on organic, unprocessed bread and speciality cakes.  This summer two new craft bakeries popped up in Stewarton and the East Ayrshire village of Dunlop.   Stephanie Stewart is the owner of Gilmartin’ s bakery and café in Stewarton.   After her sister bought the old Bank of Scotland building in the town, the aspiring businesswoman saw a gap in the market for an outlet selling freshly baked breads and cakes.  She said: “It may have something to … Continue reading Bakeries on the rise