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
by Darren Gibson Storm Ciara swept across the country during the week, causing havoc for public transport and even causing loss of life. The storm brought a Met Office yellow warning for most of the nation, disrupting train travel and … Continue reading Storm Ciara disrupts UWS students’ lives
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?
By Leigh Taylor During the hustle and bustle of the festive period, many across Ayrshire and beyond will struggle to make ends meet with the idea of receiving Christmas presents simply thrown to the backburner, with themselves and their children … Continue reading Christmas Box Campaign Back for Another Year
By Ben Kearney Royal Troon’s Hazel Macgarvie has admitted that the uncertainty over Brexit is only putting more pressure on golf in Scotland. The 19-year-old, who is currently ranked top of the women’s order of merit is surprised by the … Continue reading Ayrshire Golfer Hazel Macgarvie Admits Brexit Impact Could Be Huge On The Sport
A series of social shorts from the MA cohort in Broadcast Journalism, 19/20 at UWS Ayr discussing social housing. Continue reading MA Social Shorts On Scottish Housing
by Giulia Candussi Footfall in UK high streets was down by 4.2 percent between the end of 2017 and the end of 2018, according to research by Ipsos. This equals to a drop of three million high street customers. … Continue reading High street crisis: is art the solution?