Feb 23 2011 By David Wynn
STAFF from Kilmarnock College and Diageo will host two public information days to display their plans for the current Diageo site.
The current Hill Street site will be the new location for the College and the consulation will give all parties the opportunity to answer questions or queries from the local community.
Taking place in The Grand Hall on Thursday 24 and Friday 25 February, the events will include boards from the architects with proposed images of the new College, with staff from the College and Diageo available to chat to members of the public regarding the new plans.
The College will also have its state of the art video booth to allow members of the community to describe what they would like to see within the new College.
Heather Dunk, Principal at Kilmarnock College, said: "We have already had great support regarding our plans but are always looking to find out what the public think and would welcome visitors across both days to voice their opinions.
"As a community College, we very much value the public’s opinions and suggestions to ensure that we remain at the heart of this community.
"The new College will provide a campus which is inspirational, innovative and sustainable and will provide a focus for learning for the people of Kilmarnock and the wider community of East Ayrshire."
Pauline Rooney, Site Director, Diageo Kilmarnock, said: "I am pleased to see that the plans for the new Kilmarnock College Campus are progressing well. The new College will be a positive addition to the community and create an ideal environment for learning. I hope as many people as possible take the opportunity to come along to the Public Information Days and share their feedback with the College."
The Public Information Days will take place in the Pillared Room in the Grand Hall, London Road, Kilmarnock from 12.00pm to 8.00pm on Thursday 24 February and from 10.00am to 5.00pm on Friday 25 February.