This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Care at home worker vacancies A recruitment drive is underway to fill 20 posts within Inverclyde’s care at home sector.
Inverclyde Covid Vaccine Centre Confirmed Greenock town hall confirmed as Inverclyde's mass covid vaccination centre.
Community healthcare services still open Residents in Inverclyde are being reminded that access to frontline healthcare professionals such as GPs and dentists is still available during lockdown.
Statement on the death of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia Provost Martin Brennan has offered, on behalf of the Inverclyde community, his condolences following the death of Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia.
£200k playpark work begins Work has started on a £200,000 project to install equipment at several Inverclyde playparks to make them more accessible for children of all abilities.
Changes to library services Library services in Inverclyde have changed due to the tighter coronavirus restrictions.
Changes to P1 registrations A new way of registering children to start primary one is set to launch on Monday 11 January in light of the coronavirus restrictions.
Helpline support stepped up A helpline which has already supported over 6,000 Inverclyde residents with access to everything from food and medicine to health and wellbeing advice is now open seven days a week.
Token of appreciation for school pupils Students finished up for the Christmas holidays with a token of appreciation for their efforts during ‘Our 2020’.
Partner press release: NHSGGC rolls out COVID-19 vaccination programme to care homes Kincaid House was the first care home in Inverclyde to join the local rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination programme.