This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Scotland’s councils are spending millions tackling holiday hunger School holiday provision campaign by COSLA launched at Blairmore Nursery in Greenock.
City Deal funding for new Greenock Ocean Terminal development approved Work starts on £19m cruise berthing and visitor centre
School’s out for summer but stay safe in the holidays Stay safe walking and cycling - road safety advice for the summer holidays.
School’s out for summer but stay safe in the holidays As kids stream out the school doors on the last day of term, the council is issuing a reminder to children and parents about summer holiday road safety.
New facility replaces Kirn Drive Recycling Centre The Kirn Drive Recycling Centre closes at 8pm on Sunday 7 July. A new replacement recycling point opens at Craigmuschat Quarry on Wednesday 10 July.
£150,000 improvement project starts at Bogston Station A £150,000 scheme to replace the existing pedestrian guardrail (parapet) on the access ramp at Bogston Railway Station starts on Monday 8 July.
Scam alert – Council Tax appeals and refunds Scammers are trying to tempt Inverclyde residents into giving away their bank details by claiming their homes have been put in the wrong Council Tax band.
Scotland's council leaders in pledge to refugees Council leaders have pledged to ensure that Scotland continues to play its part in resettling some of the most vulnerable people displaced from their homes because of war and persecution.
School meals win healthy eating award Delicious dinners and nutritious nosh are on the menu for local primary school kids after the school meals service won a Bronze Food for Life Served Here Award.
60 kids learn to be engineers with Meccano style bridge-building kit Sixty children from St John’s in Port Glasgow were let loose on a giant, Meccano style bridge building kit to teach them site safety, team working and engineering.