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Happy new year!

We hope you have had a lovely festive period and a happy new year.

For those of you who didn’t make it along to our Develop Event in December,, you can view a copy of the information here .

Identifying Key Themes

We have analysed all your comments from our events, activities, surveys and meetings throughout the Discover Stage with different community groups, residents and businesses. The word cloud below indicates the general themes that were highlighted by you, with the most popular appearing the largest.

The six most mentioned themes were Community, Public Realm, Parking, Vehicle Speed and Activities. These, alongside other main themes, will help shape the re-design of Hurlford Village Centre.

Whats coming next?

We are currently planning more engagement activities with key community groups between now and May. If you have any events planned that you would like us to attend or a community group that you would like us to do an activity with, please contact Eilidh Russell on

Looking to improve your cycling skills and confidence? The Active Travel Hub Kilmarnock will be running an 8 week long training course, starting on Tuesday 14th April 5.30-7pm .

Our Behaviour Change Officer, Cat, is looking for people to keep a Journey Journal for a fortnight. By travelling more actively, this can help you to get healthier, save money and reduce your carbon emissions. You’ll receive a free pedometer to track your step count!

If your New Year’s resolution is to be more active, please get in touch with Cat Wright to find out more about both these activities: .

Posted on 10th January 2020

by Cat Wright