This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Crime busting cameras go live A new £200,000 network of crime-busting CCTV cameras went live across Inverclyde on Monday 28 October.
Council report reveals potential cost of No Deal Brexit A No Deal Brexit could add an extra £1.1million to the cost of council services and is likely to have a significant negative impact on people on low incomes.
Audit Scotland gives council’s 2018/19 accounts a clean bill of health Audit Scotland has given the council’s 2018/19 accounts a clean bill of health and praised the authority for its work to close the gender pay gap and the poverty related attainment gap - work described as ‘sector leading and life changing’.
Free fun, free lunch and loads to do at Family Fun Hubs during the October break Local kids, brothers and sisters, parents, grandparents and carers are being invited to come along to our free Family Fun Hubs during the October break, 14 to 18 October.
Library Service wins £25,000 for cultural hub plan The council’s Libraries Service will soon be ‘Making Waves’ after securing a £25,570 for its proposal to turn local libraries into cultural hubs.
Greenock Central Library to become Fun Palace on Sat 5 Oct Greenock Central Library is being turned in to a Fun Palace on Saturday 5 October from 10am until 12noon.