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Storyteller confirmed for Scotland's Stories event Storyteller Gauri Raje will host an event at Central Library as part of the Scotland’s Stories: Community Campfires Residency.
Groups share £120k Meliora funding A total of 23 groups from across all six Inverclyde locality areas are to receive a share of £120,000 from the council's Meliora Community Fund.
Road closure: A78 Inverkip Road - Rankin Street-Orangefield Roundabout The section will be closed on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 April 2022 to allow for the removal of dangerous trees.
Warm welcome to Ukrainian arrivals Information about schemes supporting Ukrainian people arriving in Inverclyde due to the ongoing conflict.
Paying for bills and services Payments can no longer be made at the Greenock Customer Service Centre but there are lots of alternative methods to pay for bills and services.
How to recycle and dispose of waste responsibly Residents and businesses are being reminded of ways to recycle and dispose of rubbish in a safe and responsible way.
Remembering the Radical War Eight people were killed and 10 seriously injured during the Radical War, also known as the ‘Scottish Insurrection’, which took place in Greenock on 8 April 1820.
Council election 2022 Following the close of nominations this afternoon, the full list of candidates, agents and everything else you need to know about the election is now available.
Still time to complete the Census 2022 It is a legal responsibility to complete the Census and there is still time to fill it in and submit.