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Prestwick Community Council

Welcome to our website where you will find information about the Prestwick Community, including links to local services, the Scottish Government, South Ayrshire Council, NHS and more.  

We would like to thank South Ayrshire Council, particularly Tracy Whiteford and all in the Communities Team for their hard work and assistance to bring the two Prestwick Community Councils together.

You can contact the office bearers of Prestwick Community Council using the details below:

Chair Meic Evans on 01292 475206 

Secretary Margaret Milligan on 01292 476396        

Email all Office Bearers here

We are working on new joint Social Media and in the meantime you can still contact us on:

Former PNCC use Twitter at @PwkNorth_CC & Facebook @PrestwickNorthCommunityCouncil    

Former PSCC use Twitter at @PikSCC and Facebook   

South Ayrshire Council 

South Ayrshire Council Live – up to date Council news   

Debt Advice from South Ayrshire Council

SAC Information and Advice Hub launched an online Debt Advice Pack which gives resident’s within South Ayrshire the opportunity to reach out for help with personal debt. 

Advisors are trained up to Bankruptcy level and offer a number of debt solutions suited to the customers personal circumstances.  Our services are free, impartial and confidential to all users, supporting the Council’s commitment to Closing the Gap by reducing poverty and disadvantage.  

More details can be found on our website – 

The direct link to our Debt help page can be found here –  

Once submitted an advisor will assess the information provided and come up with a plan for each individual set of circumstances.  We can even deal with creditors on behalf of our customers so they do not have to deal with this.   

NHS Ayshire & Arran

We have been notified of a change to how to contact NHS Ayshire & Arran for NON-LIFE THREATENING CONDITIONS:

While people in Ayrshire and Arran should continue to call 999 or go directly to A&E in emergencies, those with non-life threatening conditions who would usually visit A&E should call NHS 24 – day or night – from 3 November. People can also continue to call their GP practice for urgent care or access help online from                                       


Take Five is a national campaign that offers straight-forward and impartial advice to help everyone protect themselves from preventable financial fraud. This includes email deception and phone-based scams as well as online fraud – particularly where criminals impersonate trusted organisations. Led by Financial Fraud Action UK (part of UK Finance) and backed by Her Majesty’s Government, it is being delivered with and through a range of partners in the UK payments industry, financial services firms, law enforcement agencies, telecommunication providers, commercial, public and third sector organisations.

Click on the image below to find out more from the official website