This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Praise for Inverclyde apprenticeship programme Modern apprentices have been sharing their positive experiences of working for Inverclyde Council to mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021.
Moving reunion as care home visits resume A couple who have been together for over 70 years have been reunited for the first time in more than nine weeks after care home visits resumed in Inverclyde.
Budget as it currently stands does not represent fair funding for Local Government Scotland’s Council Leaders have restated their view that the Budget as it currently stands does not represent fair funding for Local Government.
Covid discretionary fund reopened Local firms with less than 250 employees can now apply to the council for one-off awards of £5,000 or £10,000 if they have been unable to access any other Covid-19 financial support.
Home learning support highlighted by education watchdogs A new national report by Education Scotland has highlighted the work done by the local authority to deliver ‘quality’ remote learning.
Adoption and fostering for all A campaign has been launched to encourage more lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people to adopt or become foster carers as part of LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering Week.
Pension fund arms and nuclear investment call Inverclyde councillors have called on one of the country’s largest pension funds to commit to ethical investments.
Remembering the Lee Jeans factory workers Inverclyde Council is planning a special reception to honour the anniversary of the Lee Jeans sit-in, which took place four decades ago.
£20-a-week Universal Credit increase call Inverclyde councillors have called on the UK Government to commit to keeping the £20-a-week increase in Universal Credit to support families.
Positive school leaver stats despite pandemic 93 per cent of Inverclyde school leavers moved into employment, university or college in the last year despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.