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Over £¼m for new Inverclyde culture club The council, in partnership with the Beacon Arts Centre, CVS Inverclyde, Kayos Theatre Group and RIG Arts, has secured £275,000 from Creative Scotland’s new ‘Culture Collective’ fund.
Second covid vaccine doses in care homes Delivery of the follow-up booster jab has started for residents and staff who received their first jag within care homes between 17 December 2020 and 21 January 2021.
New Greenock cycle route on track Work has started on a new dedicated cycle lane from Container Way in Greenock town centre along to Battery Park as part of a near £600,000 package of improvements to encourage active travel.
Nursery registration deadline looming Applications are now being accepted by local nurseries and childminders for children who turn three years old between March 2021 and February 2022.
Empty dam safety warning Water levels at the Cowdenknowes Reservoir, better known as Murdieston Dam, are much lower than normal after it was recently drained to allow for essential safety checks and repairs.
£1.4m pitches revamp kicking on Pitch improvement works worth £1.4 million are kicking on at six schools and sports facilities across Inverclyde.
Council tax e-billing – saving time and the environment People are being encouraged to sign up to receive their council tax bill electronically before the deadline in just over a week’s time.
Tackling poverty together – have your say The council is inviting people to get involved in the discussion about how the area can unite to improve the lives of those experiencing the greatest challenges locally.
Milestone 300th member for food pantry The Pantry, which was launched by Inverclyde Council in partnership with Inverclyde Community Development Trust (The Trust), now has 300 members after just two months.
Views sought on police body cams Residents in Inverclyde are being asked for their views on the use of body worn video cameras by Scotland’s police officers.