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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.
Token of appreciation for school pupils Students finished up for the Christmas holidays with a token of appreciation for their efforts during ‘Our 2020’.
Libraries and Watt Institution Level 4 update Online alternatives and deliveries are being put in place while Inverclyde’s libraries and Watt Institution are closed due to tighter coronavirus restrictions.
Local development plan views sought A main issues report, the first stage in the preparation of a new plan, has been produced and residents across the district are being encouraged to have their say before the 31 January 2021 deadline.
Residents’ parking restrictions eased Restrictions on parking in residents’ permits zones and in council-owned car parks and have been eased until the new year.
Pupils and Still Game stars launch Inverclyde festive film Still Game stars Jane McCarry and Mark Cox joined Inverclyde school pupils to launch an eagerly-anticipated festive film, 'The Magical Beacon Stone'.
Keeping children safe at Christmas Inverclyde Child Protection Committee, in partnership with Child Protection Committees Scotland, are urging everyone to keep their eyes and ears open for children who may be experiencing harm over the holidays.
Leader backs COSLA funding call Council Leader, Councillor Stephen McCabe, is supporting COSLA's call for fair funding for council essential services.
Port Glasgow Library 'pop-up service' during temporary closure Port Glasgow Library is set to close temporarily for internal building works but a new ‘pop-up’ service is being launched.
Zero waste food pantry open The council has teamed up with Inverclyde Community Development Trust (The Trust) to open a new community food pantry, ‘The Pantry’, in Greenock.