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£3m Greenock nursery taking shape Assembly of the superstructure of the Larkfield Early Learning Centre in Stafford Road is well underway with the project as a whole progressing well.
Tennis club served £10k council grant The council’s education and communities committee gave the green light to serve up the five-figure sum to Fort Matilda Tennis Club in Greenock.
Spring holiday hubs Families in Inverclyde are being offered support with childcare during the upcoming Easter school break.
Subsidised swimming for Under-16s Members of the local authority’s education and communities committee unanimously backed a scheme that will allow for the continuation of free swims through until 2022.
Councils' budget response Inverclyde Council's Leader and national council representative body COSLA have expressed huge disappointment in a budget for Scotland’s councils that has “undervalued and underappreciated” councils.
International Women’s Day 2021 International Women’s Day is being marked online due to the stay at home restrictions.
Greenock Town Centre revamp moves forward Inverclyde Council will be carrying out investigations along Greenock’s West Blackhall Street this week as part of the next stage of the redevelopment of the town’s traditional high street.
Budget as it currently stands does not represent fair funding for Local Government Scotland’s Council Leaders have restated their view that the Budget as it currently stands does not represent fair funding for Local Government.
Moving reunion as care home visits resume A couple who have been together for over 70 years have been reunited for the first time in more than nine weeks after care home visits resumed in Inverclyde.
Praise for Inverclyde apprenticeship programme Modern apprentices have been sharing their positive experiences of working for Inverclyde Council to mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021.