Autism Awareness comes to Glasgow

Autism is much more common than many people think. There are around 700,000 people on the autism spectrum in the UK – that’s more than 1 in 100.   If you include their families, autism is a part of daily life for 2.8 million people. Young Max and Warren are two young men breaking down stereotypes surrounding autism.  Both of them are meeting all the barriers head on, to … Continue reading Autism Awareness comes to Glasgow

Fire Safety Threat at UWS Ayr

UWS Ayr came under fire today with people risking their life by refusing to evacuate the building when the fire alarm sounded.  Fire experts at Ayr Fire Station warned of the dangers of not following fire safety evacuation procedures.  Last year fire related casualties in Scotland rose by 14%.  Thankfully today at UWS in Ayr it was a false alarm, and no one suffered any injuries. Watch the … Continue reading Fire Safety Threat at UWS Ayr

Craufurdland’s 2017 Muddy Trials

Last Saturday, was held the annual Muddy Trials of Craufurdland Castle in Kimarnock, Ayrshire. The event gathered many participants who challenged themselves in the mud. A percentage of the money raised has been donated to the charities Countryside Learning Scotland and Break The Silence. Watch the video for more informations : Anais MAMPUYA Continue reading Craufurdland’s 2017 Muddy Trials

Clocks going forward this weekend across Ayrshire

Residents across Ayrshire will be setting their clocks forward by one hour this weekend as British Summer Time commences. It was first established in the early 20th century following a successful campaign by William Willett. He originally wanted time to move forward by 80 minutes, but in May 1916 Britain decided to annually move the clocks allowing for lighter evenings. The longer days ahead and, … Continue reading Clocks going forward this weekend across Ayrshire