Since The Project's origin as a Kilmarnock based initiative involving local people, it has sprung into life offering a chance of a holiday break. From the outset, the people of Onthank, Knockinlaw, Longpark, Shortlees and Riccarton enjoyed short breaks at The Project's caravans. Initially The Project operated two residential caravans and for the first four years and did so under the auspices of the Urban Aid Programme. Whilst this offered an excellent service to those living in specific areas, we felt that The Project could alleviate a similar problem in a wider area. The opportunity to do so, began when our Urban Aid funding ended. The Project was then mainline funded through East Ayrshire Council, which allowed us to offer the chance of one-week breaks to a wider geographical area. 

Throughout, East Ayrshire Council's Community Education Service (now Vibrant Communities), supported and supervised the work of The Project, including the development of the skills of the Management Committee. The caravans are sited at a popular holiday site in North Ayrshire. 

When The Project began in 1996, chief consideration was given as to where they should be located and the decision has proved to be the right one, mainly due to the caravans being close enough to The Project base for obvious reasons. At the same time they were far enough away in a suitable location to give the feeling of being away from the everyday problems and hassles. 

The Project continues to provide a much needed service to residents of East Ayrshire and beyond. 

Please click on the link to find The Holiday Project's CONSTITUTION

The Constitution is currently under review, and amendments will need to be submitted to OSCR for approval. The new approved Constitution will be added as soon as possible. (Oct 2019)

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