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Birkmyre Park benches improved after council investment The work comes after a previous investment at the popular Kilmacolm park
Concerns over Council Tax freeze Council leader has raised concerns about a proposed Council Tax freeze next year with Scotland’s first minister.
Apply for £100k Warm Hand of Friendship funding Community groups can apply for a share of £100,000 from Inverclyde Council’s Warm Hand of Friendship scheme from today, Monday 27 November 2023.
£50k boost for zero waste food pantries The zero waste food pantries in Grieve Road, Greenock, and John Wood Street in Port Glasgow Town Centre are to benefit from the local authority’s anti-poverty fund.
£30k foodbanks donation Foodbanks have been given a share of £30,000 from Inverclyde Council to help support struggling families this winter.
Discover Inverclyde Digital Magazine winter food & drink edition Discover Inverclyde has launched the latest edition of their e-magazine, with a focus on Inverclyde's food and drink scene.
Port Glasgow nursery is first in Scotland to receive award Staff have been trained by Barnardo's to look after the social and emotional wellbeing of their children
Gas pipe Installation works Greenock Crematorium Work will be carried out within Greenock Cemetery to renew the gas pipe at the Crematorium.
£260k funding agreed for recovery project A project which supports young men with alcohol or drug dependencies to turn their lives around has been given a £¼ million funding boost by Inverclyde Council.