Cumnock Juniors Community Enterprise (CJCE) had a fun-filled day at the weekend as they held their all ability sports day.

Bike sessions, Football, Boccia, Tri-Golf and Athletics were all part of the fun as members of the community go involved.

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The community getting involvedWho's winning?

The day was announced last month, with CJCE working in partnership with East Ayrshire Vibrant Communities, East Ayrshire Council and Ayrshire Sportsability.

A representative from CJCE said: “The number of people who came along to try the cycles out was truly amazing.

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“In partnership with Vibrant Communities, we will offer weekly sessions that will make it possible for children and adults with special needs to be able to cycle or participate in

cycling in a safe environment using our specially adapted cycles.

The community getting involvedGreat fun

“Derek King of CJCE will lead the programme and more details of when sessions will be and how to book will be released and shared.

“A massive thanks to Gary Seymour, Active Schools ASN who has worked closely with Derek and of course our late Trustee Eric Bennett to make this happen.

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“A note of appreciation to all our special guests today, Eddie Fraser, Chief Executive EAC, Katie Kelly Depute Chief Executive, Bob McCulloch Head of Housing and Communities, Lorraine Dick and Adam Strain from Vibrant Communities and everyone else who ensured we had a fantastic launch”.

Gary Seymour from Vibrant communities added: “The partnership work between Vibrant Communities and Cumnock Juniors Community Enterprise is fantastic and always developing.

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“We are launching an exciting programme called Bennetts Bikes in remembrance of a well-loved man in the community.

“The programme is aimed at supporting and providing some of the most vulnerable people within the local area.

The community getting involvedLoads of happy faces!

“Our new all ability cycling sessions will allow people with mobility issues, physical or learning disabilities a safe and supported environment to learn and improve their cycling, also creating the opportunity weekly to meet up with old and new friends along the way as the strap line says “Let’s all Cycle””.

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An East Ayrshire Council spokesperson added: “All Ability sports day is open to teenagers and adults with additional support needs, during the session they will get the opportunity to also play a variety of sports supported by staff from Cumnock juniors community enterprise and vibrant communities for £1 donation per week.”

You can find out more about the future sessions by contacting or