Suicide Prevention Week – Read Between the Lines

Up to 1 in 20 of the Scottish Population will think about suicide at any given time Around 3 in 4 completed suicides are in males Almost half of all completed suicides are by people aged 35-54 Every year in September a wide community of people across the world take time to raise awareness and consider the impact of suicide in our communities. In North Ayrshire...
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Win a Beattie’s Boys Teddy Bear

Irvine Beat FM's mascot, Beattie the Bear, now has his own song. To celebrate, all this week, we're giving you the chance to win one of three Beattie's Boys Teddy Bears. When you hear any of our presenters play "Beattie the Bear" by Ronnie Christie, phone or text the studio to be entered into the draw. Call 01294 313171 or text 07981 555327. You can enter every time...
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Knit your usual donation

Lesley Gerrish, Branch Manager and Susan Steinlet from Nationwide Kilmarnock handing over the knitted donations to Caroline Blake, Clinical Midwife Manager Neonatal Services.
The staff and customers of the Kilmarnock branch of Nationwide Building Society have been knitting up a storm to donate knitted hats, cardigans and baby clothes to the Neonatal Unit (NNU) at University Hospital Crosshouse. Lesley Gerrish, Branch Manager, Nationwide Kilmarnock said: “We are quite humbled by the work the staff do in the neonatal unit and by all of the little t...
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