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Biosphere – Proud Supporter

February 27, 2020by DaillyParishCommunity News

Biosphere – Proud Supporter

Dailly (Scottish Gaelic: Dail Mhaol Chiarain) is a village in South Ayrshire, Scotland. It is located on the Water of Girvan, 8 kilometres (5.0 miles) south of Maybole, and 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) east of Old Dailly. “New Dailly”, as it was originally known, was laid out in the 1760s as a coal-mining village.

Dailly is a former mining village in South Ayrshire. We have shops, a library, doctors’ surgery, activity centre, parks and a parish church.

We are lucky enough to be surrounded by woodlands, farmland and low uplands, and residents and visitors alike can enjoy the local surroundings by walking one (or more !)  of the five Dailly Trails, or visiting  the ruined 16th Century Dalquharran Castle which  is easily accessed by crossing the River Girvan via the footbridge.

The  area is full of wild life, including Roe deer, badger , Fox and Otter, and several bat species, as well as being a fantastic area for bird watching , both along the river and through the woodland.

Dailly is located towards the edge of the Galloway and South Ayrshire Biosphere area , and as a Community we are now very excited to be Proud Supporters of GSAB.and hope that by supporting and encouraging the aims and outcomes of the Biosphere Communities we will help to protect and promote our unique local environment and heritage  .

B741 Carriageway Patching Diversion Plan

February 27, 2020by DaillyParishCommunity News

B741 Carriageway Patching Diversion Plan

Carriageway patching works have been programmed to be carried out at the above as shown on the plan attached, affecting B741 Girvan – Dailly.

Works are scheduled to begin on Monday 2nd March 2020 and are anticipated to last for three weeks however should advice that the work is weather dependent, unforeseen difficulties could result in delay.

Intended working hours will be 0930-1530 each day, howeverevery effort will be made to minimise this disruption where possible.

works will take place under a road closure with signed diversion route.

Advance warning signs are now in place on site.

Due to the uncertain road condition once the surface layer is removed, it may be required to operate temporary traffic signals outwith the closure times to safeguard the excavated area and to ensure safe passage of all vehicles.

Access to properties will be maintained via a diversion route incorporating the A77, B734, B741 Linfern Road, Dailly and B741 in both directions.

Emergency services will be notified and as always, will be unrestricted in their access.

Do you live with myalgicencephalomyelitis (ME)?

February 27, 2020by DaillyParishCommunity News

Do you live with myalgicencephalomyelitis (ME)?

The Scottish Health Council is looking for people who are living with a diagnosis of ME to give their views about what support they would like to see in place.

These views will be used to help the Scottish Government to address particular gaps in knowledge and understanding about the care and support needs of those who are affected.

If you would like to be involved in this piece of work, you can complete an online survey at: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MyalgicEncephalomyelitisSurvey/or by scanning the QR code in the attached document. Closing date is 24 March 2020.

Our Future – Let’s Talk 2020/21 Survey

February 27, 2020by DaillyParishCommunity News

Our Future – Let’s Talk 2020/21

The Council listened to your views expressed in last year’s budget engagement survey. We’re making changes to become a more sustainable organisation. Some of the changes are in line with the expectations shown in last year’s survey. Following on from that engagement, we’d now like to hear more of your views on some specific issues.

The following link will take you to “Our Future – Let’s Talk” survey. There you’ll find details of Council spending, the results of last year’s budget survey and questions on important issues for your input.

A snapshot of your responses will be taken on 26th February and provided to Elected Members from the Administration, in time for their consideration prior to setting this year’s budget on 5th March.  However, the survey will remain open for at least three months after which a final report on all responses will be collated.

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