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Greenock Watt Institution reopened

The Watt Institution, which incorporates the McLean Museum and Art Gallery, has started welcoming visitors following the easing of more coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Wednesday 15 July 2020

Tribute to outgoing Inverclyde fire chief

Councillor Tommy McVey, Chair of Inverclyde Council's Local Police & Fire Scrutiny Committee, has thanked outgoing local senior officer (LSO) Graeme Binning for his service to the area.
Tuesday 14 July 2020

£75,000 school trips refund approved

Inverclyde Council has agreed to spend £75,000 reimbursing parents who lost money when their child’s school trip had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tuesday 14 July 2020

Clothing grant applications open

The statutory payment in Scotland is £100 but Inverclyde Council will provide £145 to eligible parents and carers whose child also receives a free school meal.
Monday 13 July 2020

Achi Baba 105th anniversary

A wreath was laid by Depute Provost Ronnie Ahlfeld at the Gourock Cenotaph, on behalf of Inverclyde Council, at 11am this morning to honour those who lost their lives during the battle of Achi Baba in Turkey 105 years ago.
Saturday 11 July 2020

Three coronavirus funding deadlines on Friday - apply now

The Scottish Coronavirus Business Support Fund providing grants to the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors, as well as schemes for newly self-employed people and bed and breakfast (B&B) operators close for new applications on Friday 10 July.
Tuesday 7 July 2020

Council public protection team honoured by police

The local authority’s public protection team, which includes community wardens, anti-social behaviour officers, trading standards and environmental health, have been awarded the Divisional Commander’s Award for Partnership Working.
Tuesday 7 July 2020