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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.
New £200k playpark is looking ship-shape A new £200,000 playpark has opened at Lunderston Bay and is looking ship-shape.
CVS Inverclyde Announces Annual Conference 2022 Inverclyde’s third sector conference is returning on Thursday 17 November.
Volunteer with Children’s Hearings Scotland (CHS) and make a difference in Inverclyde Children's Hearings Scotland are recruiting for volunteers to help support some of the most vulnerable infants, children and young people.
Fireworks set to pop on return The extravaganza, which is free to attend, returns to the skies above Battery Park on Saturday 5 November 2022 for the first time since 2019.
Inverclyde leads the way with lifesaving kits The local authority has purchased ‘control the bleed kits’ via The Daniel Baird Foundation – the first council in Scotland to do so.
£1.6m crematorium works to begin Work will begin on Friday 7 October 2022 to replace cremators and is expected to last through until next year.
Blairmore Nursery consultation launched Inverclyde Council wants people to share their views on how Blairmore Nursery should be run following the retirement of the head teacher in August 2022.
Transformation enables 22 new homes for tenants Makeover of MacLehose Court includes homes for Ukrainian refugees
Warm welcome for £100k winter support scheme To coincide with the start of Challenge Poverty Week, the council has today, Monday 3 October 2022, launched its ‘warm hand of friendship’ scheme which is designed to ensure that spaces, resources, advice and support are available throughout the area as temperatures plummet and prices rise.