This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Schools to return Pupils in Inverclyde will return to full time education when the schools reopen in August, it’s been confirmed
Council donates £20k to coronavirus emergency fund Council donates £20k to coronavirus emergency fund
Covid “has not gone away” Latest national records figures show that the first covid-related deaths in three weeks have been recorded in Inverclyde.
Gourock Pool extension until October GOUROCK’S historic outdoor pool will stay open until the end of October if coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
Half-price eating out scheme - sign up now Inverclyde hospitality businesses are being encouraged to register for the UK Government’s midweek ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ initiative next month.
£200k playparks upgrade to boost inclusivity Fifteen sites across Inverclyde will have wheelchair-friendly roundabouts and play ramps installed to improve inclusivity for local children.
Inverclyde on track for 1140 nursery hours expansion Inverclyde Council is continuing to implement the Scottish Government 1140 nursery hours policy even though the original August 2020 deadline for local authorities has now been lifted because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Greenock Watt Institution reopened The Watt Institution, which incorporates the McLean Museum and Art Gallery, has started welcoming visitors following the easing of more coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Tribute to outgoing Inverclyde fire chief Councillor Tommy McVey, Chair of Inverclyde Council's Local Police & Fire Scrutiny Committee, has thanked outgoing local senior officer (LSO) Graeme Binning for his service to the area.
£75,000 school trips refund approved Inverclyde Council has agreed to spend £75,000 reimbursing parents who lost money when their child’s school trip had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.