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New £200k park is pitch perfect A new 3G pitch has been installed at Lady Octavia Sports Centre following investment by Inverclyde Council.
Shipbuilders sculpture milestone as work starts Contractors are working on the foundations for the 10-metre (33 feet) tall ‘Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow’ in the town’s Coronation Park.
Community groups celebrate share of £260k funding Parklea Branching Out in Port Glasgow is one of 68 groups which is benefiting from a financial boost from the council’s Community Grants Fund.
Shipbuilders sculpture work to begin Work will start on Monday 11 October 2021 on the foundations for the giant ‘Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow’ statue, which will take pride of place in the town’s Coronation Park.
Mental health support lifeline for Inverclyde Organisations across Inverclyde have united through Distress Brief Intervention, an innovative programme new to the area, helping Inverclyde locals with crucial mental health support when they need it the most.
2021 fireworks cancelled The event was due to take place on Saturday 6 November at Battery Park in Greenock but has been called off due to a lack of stewarding staff as a result of the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow.
Inverclyde unites to challenge poverty Services and groups from across Inverclyde are coming together to call for action to break the grip of poverty on people’s lives.
Community groups share over £¼m NEARLY 70 community groups have been given a financial boost worth more than £260,000 from Inverclyde Council.
£450k Inverclyde regional park upgrades FACILITIES at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park sites in Inverclyde are set for upgrades totalling almost £450,000.