Shaping North Ayrshire process
safe walking links between all the towns not just alongside fast roads like the mad idea to put a cycle path between dalry and kilbirne. agree with donald eglington is a mud bath away from the visitors centre
I like the fresh air and I despise junkies and dealers they are all over
Free Bus Passes allowing pensioners free travel . Most Negative being Rail Transport not covered by Bus Passes
you get half price travel on trains
The thing I like most about North Ayrshire are the memories of growing up in a great community in my home town - Dalry. The most negative part is the deprivation levels it has endured over 50 years, with all the activities which we enjoyed closed due to lack of maintenance. The levels of control exercised by NAC are oppressive, and manipulative. Despite the hype, very few decisions are actually taken by the communities without the "guidance" of NAC. Communities who try to do their own thing are stiffled.
Anyone contributing to this consultation, who is associated with NAC should be required to declare an interest - especially if they do not live in North Ayrshire.
I love our open spaces, our beaches and Eglinton Park.
Poor footpaths and drainage discourage people to use the park at this time. Simple things like fundays in the park might encourage more visitors to the park giving a better experience for visitors. I don’t know how folk would feel about an ice cream van on summer weekends in the park, I personally think it would encourage the family treat of a visit to the park where dogs are generally welcomed.