This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Partner press release: Get into Summer Rock-pooling is just one of the many fun-filled activities on offer this summer as part of Inverclyde Council’s Summer of Fun ’21 initiative, which supports The Scottish Government and Parent Club’s ‘Get Into Summer’ campaign.
Marking Armed Forces Day 2021 Tributes are being paid to servicemen and women to mark Armed Forces Day 2021 in Inverclyde.
£370k fund open for Inverclyde groups Applications are now being accepted for the local authority’s new Community Grants Fund, which combines the Grants to Voluntary Organisations (GTVO), Under-19s Sports and Community Hall Waivers funding pots.
Covid vaccine reminder People in Inverclyde are being encouraged to get a Covid-19 vaccine when offered it to help beat the virus.
Free Summer of fun for Inverclyde young people Inverclyde Council, alongside a range of partner organisations, has produced a seven-week schedule of free events to keep youngsters active and engaged during the school summer holidays.
£1.3m financial support for low income families Inverclyde Council is writing to around 10,000 households identified as being eligible for the Scottish Government’s low income pandemic support payment (LIPP).
New Funding for Mental Health Organisations in Inverclyde The Inverclyde Public Mental Health Remobilisation Grant Programme, provided by the Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and delivered on their behalf by CVS Inverclyde, will provide funding to third sector organisations in Inverclyde already offering mental health support.
Partner press release: Nuisance neighbours evicted thanks to River Clyde Homes Staff from River Clyde Homes, Police Scotland and Inverclyde Council have been working hard to tackle the issue of anti-social behaviour and support those tenants who are affected.
Council calls for £500 payment for council workers Councillors in Inverclyde have unanimously called on the Scottish Government to increase pay for local government workers.