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Remembrance Day 2023 Traditional commemorations will take place in Greenock, Port Glasgow, Gourock, Kilmacolm, Inverkip and Wemyss Bay.
Inverclyde Libraries recognised for commitment to local community It won the ‘Library Service Excellence’ Highly Commended award at the Scottish Library & Information Council (SLIC) Awards
Council spends £25m with local businesses Inverclyde Council spent £24.5m on goods, services and works directly with local small and medium-sized enterprises.
Active Schools participation on the rise following Covid-19 pandemic Participation in Active Schools programmes across Inverclyde is on the rise again as school sport continues to recover from the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
Training Launched to Help Challenge Stigma in Inverclyde The online training focuses on the stigma people with problematic alcohol and drug use and their families face and is supported by Inverclyde Council/HSCP through the Inverclyde Alcohol and Drugs Partnership (ADP).
New cycle path opens in Port Glasgow The improvements have expanded the pavement and created a dedicated cycle lane
New Inverclyde Women in Business group is off to positive start The group has been set up by the council to support and encourage female entrepreneurs
Strike action affecting schools and nurseries 1 November 2023 Most schools and nurseries are set to close on Wednesday 1 November 2023.