This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
New PPE guidance welcomed NEW guidance on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the coronavirus outbreak has been welcomed by the leader of Inverclyde Council.
Radical War 200th anniversary marked TRIBUTE has been paid to the eight people who were killed as a result of the Radical War in Greenock 200 years ago today.
Changes to free school lunch provision LUNCH provision is being extended for Inverclyde schoolchildren during the coronavirus outbreak.
CSI and ‘Captain America’ volunteering in Inverclyde COUNCIL staff in Inverclyde were shocked to discover this week that Steve Rogers (aka Captain America) and Jim Sinclair, a top Crime Scene Investigator, are working with them as volunteer minibus drivers.
Pupils interview TV detective Martin Compston TV detective Martin Compston went beyond the Line of Duty to help pupils at his former Inverclyde high school.
Trading Standards issue warning over direct debit and standing order scams Trading standards officers are warning local residents and businesses to watch out for scammers trying to get them to redirect regular payments to dodgy accounts.
Local car parks shut to enforce stay at home rules Inverclyde Council is closing a number of car parks at parks and local beauty spots to limit the number of people breaching the stay at home guidance.
Top marks for key worker childcare hubs CHILDCARE hubs for key workers during the coronavirus outbreak are up and running across Inverclyde – with almost 100 young people now in attendance at 11 centres.