Facts About May-Tag

Over the years May-Tag has obtained accreditation by Learndirect Scotland, SQMS, SQA, the British Computer Centre as an ECDL test centre, and Investors in People. In 1998 May-Tag won Scottish Enterprise Ayrshire’s Business in the Community Award.

In the first year of its existence, May-tag made a profit of £67,981 and, in total from the audited accounts since they began income has totalled £4.5 millions and exceeded expenditure over the same period by about £25,000.

One of May-Tag’s most innovative projects was a commission by Scottish Enterprise Ayrshire to promote www.maybole.org .The 13-week targets, successfully met, were to have:

20 people in training
200 people contributing to the site,
2,000 informed of the site, and include an online evaluation.

May-Tag has been a partner with South Ayrshire Council in many projects, the most current being literacy and numeracy . Other funding from them includes £3,461 for a Visually Impaired project, and almost £7,000 for a horticulture project. This was the patio garden which won bronze at Gardening Scotland and silver at Ayr Flower Show during 2004.