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New housing strategy survey deadline extended The deadline to take part in the Inverclyde Local Housing Strategy Survey has been extended until the end of October 2022.
More than 80 groups share £320k council funding The council has announced the latest beneficiaries from its Community Grants Fund with more than 80 local organisations sharing over £320,000 to support grassroots work.
Telephone issue resolved - Wednesday 26 October 2022 The telephone issue affecting incoming and outgoing calls has now been resolved.
Garden of Remembrance service this Saturday The event, organised by Inverclyde Council and charity Poppyscotland, will take place at the Garden of Remembrance in Clyde Square, Greenock, at 11am on Saturday 29 October 2022.
Telephone issue update Tuesday 25 October 2022 Work is continuing to restore council telephone lines.
Inverclyde teacher wins national award Catherine ‘Katie’ D’Souza, who works at Newark Primary in Port Glasgow, has been named the joint winner of this year’s General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTC Scotland) Saroj Lal Award for a Pioneering Spirit in Equality and Diversity.
Port Glasgow Library closed Monday 24 October 2022 Due to staff shortages, Port Glasgow Library will be closed today, Monday 24 October 2022.
Celebrating Black History Month A series of shows, talks and performances are taking place throughout October at libraries, the Watt Institution and Beacon Arts Centre to mark the annual event.