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£3.5m investment package agreed An investment package worth £3.5 million aimed at boosting skills, employment opportunities and infrastructure across Inverclyde has been rubber-stamped.
#BeCourteous campaign launched A new campaign has launched encouraging people to be courteous to others when walking, cycling, running or dog walking.
Important changes to the policy of free swimming for Under 16s From today (17 April 2023), the policy for free swimming for Inverclyde young people under the age of 16 is changing.
Marine tourism plays a key role in boosting Scotland’s economy A new report supported by Inverclyde Council has highlighted the importance of marine tourism to the Scottish economy.
Off the beaten track with new coastal route Work recently finished on the cycle and footpath in Greenock stretching between the Beacon Arts Centre and Cartsburn, through the East India and Victoria harbours.
£¼m towards new community hub A horticultural charity that provides skills and training opportunities for people with additional support needs has secured almost £¼ million from Inverclyde Council towards building a new community hub.
Port Glasgow Cycle Route Improvements Inverclyde Council will be carrying out works to create a dedicated cycle lane in Port Glasgow. The lane will be added along the full length of Ardgowan Street, including a section of Port Glasgow Road and Belhaven Street.
Over 300 trees planted across Inverclyde Over 300 trees in total will have been planted come the end of April 2023 to make up for roughly the same amount lost through disease.