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National award nod for museum The iconic Watt Institution in Greenock is in the running for another major design award following its £2.1 million restoration.
Stay the course call from council leader Inverclyde council leader has praised the area for the continued fall in covid infection rate and urged people to stay the course after the infection rate hit its lowest level since the New Year.
Covid vaccine by appointment only People are being urged not to turn up to Inverclyde’s covid vaccination centre without an appointment.
£1.2m for historic Port Glasgow building The council has successfully bid for funding from the national Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF) for the town’s historic King George VI (KGVI) building, which dates back to the 1700s, to turn it into a new community hub.
£½m for Inverclyde community workshop The Inverclyde Shed, with support from the council, has secured over £500,000 to convert an empty building in Greenock into a community workshop.
Covid vaccine scam warning Criminals are trying to capitalise on the rollout of the covid vaccines by preying on those who are desperate to be vaccinated.
Care at home worker vacancies A recruitment drive is underway to fill 20 posts within Inverclyde’s care at home sector.
Inverclyde Covid Vaccine Centre Confirmed Greenock town hall confirmed as Inverclyde's mass covid vaccination centre.
Inverclyde Covid Vaccine Centre Inverclyde Council and Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board have confirmed that the venue chosen to be the area’s COVID-19 mass vaccine centre, is Greenock Town Hall.
Community healthcare services still open Residents in Inverclyde are being reminded that access to frontline healthcare professionals such as GPs and dentists is still available during lockdown.