''To boldly go where no one has been before'' James T Kirkbruce@eafederation.org.uk
Every morning I exchange weather reports with ''HMS Ganges Boys'' around the globe. A good way to start the day and smile because ''WE WOKE UPemail@example.com
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East Ayrshire Federation of Tenants’ and Residents’ are fantastic to work with and have really put East Ayrshire on the map by way of tenant participation, scrutiny, and community empowerment. The volunteers all work tirelessly and the dedication is to be commended.James McKee • Transformation Programme Lead • East Ayrshire Council
"Well, here's another fine mess you've gotten me into" Oliver Hardylynn@eafederation.org.uk
When something is lost... it's always in the last place you look! Well that's true as you would have found it.
Being involved with the Federation, the Council and others - I avoid daytime TV which is great in itself, but we also get the opportunity to visit cities, towns, and villages across Scotland to learn more about housing.
Joining my local tenants and residents group and EAF helps me make a difference in my community and across East Ayrshire. You could do the same!
I have always been a learner...still learning. None of us have all of the answers.
Twice a week I volunteer in the Crosshouse Hospital Shop and tea bar, keeping patients, visitors and staff supplied with all the tea, coffee and refreshments they need to get them through the day...
Now that I have retired, I keep busy by volunteering in a local charity shop. I enjoy the chat with customers and making sure we recycle as much as we can. It is a lot of fun and we are helping people in the area.
Now you see me, now you don't.
If two wrongs don't make a right, try three.