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Early Learning and Childcare library information sessions 2023/24 Early Learning and Childcare Drop-In Information sessions in local libraries for the 2023/24 sessions.
‘Warm boxes’ and food centres for vulnerable Inverclyde residents Care packages are being provided to 500 vulnerable Inverclyde residents to help them stay warm while emergency food centres are also being set up amid the cost of living crisis.
Watch the Inverclyde Schools' Christmas Concert 2022 A chance to watch the sold out annual Inverclyde Schools' Christmas Concert 2022 organised by the council's music service.
Port Glasgow Swimming Pool reopens Swimmers in Port Glasgow received an early Christmas present with the reopening of the town’s pool after emergency repairs.
Lifesaving kits for licensed premises appeal Inverclyde Licensing Board is encouraging premises in Inverclyde to buy a lifesaving ‘control the bleed’ kit.
Festive bin and recycling centre arrangements 2022 Residents are being advised of the festive bin and recycling centre arrangements during Christmas and New Year.
£4m council savings agreed Councillors unanimously agreed over £4 million worth of savings, including the loss of more than 15 full-time equivalent jobs, to help deliver a balanced budget.
Groups share £80,000 ‘warm hand’ funding Nearly £80,000 has been shared among almost 30 Inverclyde groups to support events and activities to help local people stay warm this winter.
Inverclyde councillors unite in funding plea to government A group of cross-party and independent Inverclyde councillors have joined forces to call for more funding from the Scottish Government to help prevent jobs losses and severe cuts to services.
Creativity space is a work of art AN old office at Inverclyde’s iconic Watt Institution has been transformed into a vibrant community arts hub.