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Free summer playschemes Summer playschemes will be provided for free to young people in Inverclyde thanks to a £50,000 council support package to help families with the cost of living crisis.
Link completes first phase of Inverclyde housing development Link Group, one of Scotland’s largest housing and support organisations, has completed the first phase of its newest affordable housing development in Inverclyde.
Thousands attend first Scottish games of the season Around 10,000 people are estimated to have visited Battery Park on Sunday 14 May 2023 for the Gourock Highland Games, which traditionally start the Scottish Highland Games and piping season in Scotland.
School reopens after £3.5m extension Gourock Primary has been expanded with the addition of a new dining and activity hall, relocated and upgraded kitchen, extra offices, storage space and a striking new entrance and foyer.
Stadium makes its mark Inverclyde's iconic Ravenscraig Stadium has made its mark on the UK stage after being officially recognised as a top athletics venue.
Call to cyclists, walkers, runners and dog walkers A call has gone out to cyclists, walkers, runners and dog walkers to be courteous when out and about across Inverclyde.