This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
£6m Greenock school revamp complete St Mary’s Primary has been extended and completely refurbished in time for the return of pupils and staff after the October break.
Flu jags update Inverclyde Council’s health and social care committee have sought to reassure those who have not yet been invited for their flu jab appointment that they will be contacted soon.
Covid business disruption fund open Businesses in Inverclyde affected by recent coronavirus restrictions can now apply for a share of a multi-million pound disruption fund.
Self-isolation grants for Inverclyde workforce Grants of up to £500 are now available to support workers in Inverclyde who have been forced to self-isolate because of coronavirus.
Community flu jabs underway across Inverclyde Flu jabs are now being administered on an appointment-only basis at Greenock and Port Glasgow town halls and Kilmacolm Community Centre to make sure people can keep two metres away from others in line with national coronavirus safety rules.
£250,000 windfall to provide free and low cost childcare Two new childcare hubs are being set up to help tackle poverty and deprivation after the council won £250,000 from the Scottish Government’s Access to Childcare Fund.
Leaders join forces to urge residents to keep to the COVID-19 rules The Council Leaders of the eight local authorities in the Glasgow City Region have come together to urge residents to keep to the rules, keep their loved ones safe, and keep us all out of lockdown.
Community groups invited to bid for share of £200,000 Community groups and voluntary organisations are being invited to apply for a share of £200,000 of council cash.
£85,000 investment in new power points for electric vehicles A dozen new electric vehicle charging points costing have been installed at three Inverclyde sites as part of an £85,000 project to spark a green transport revolution.
Bogus caller alert for Port Glasgow residents Tenants and residents in Port Glasgow are being warned to watch out for bogus callers after two men tried to gain access to a flat in Thistle Court.