This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Parklea pitches to get £787,000 upgrade Parklea Community Sports Facility is to get a £787,000 boost after the council gave the green light for major upgrade to the center's 3G, synthetic pitches.
Stay the course to avoid lockdown Council leader Stephen McCabe has called on residents and businesses across Inverclyde to stay the course on Covid to avoid a local lockdown which has been imposed in other parts of the Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board area.
New arrangements for socially distanced flu jabs New arrangements are being put in place to make sure people who normally get a flu vaccination can get a safe, socially distanced jab.
Transitional support fund for childcare providers A new fund has been launched to help childcare providers in the private, voluntary and not-for profit sectors, including out-of-school care providers, meet extra costs of Covid-19.
Yellow lines appeal Drivers across Inverclyde are being urged to keep off yellow lines, follow the rules of the road and keep safe with parking enforcement set to return on Monday 14 September.
Scams and cold calling rise as lockdown restrictions ease Trading Standards warns scams and cold calling are on the increase as lockdown restrictions are eased.
Kick-off for schools sports pitch hire Outdoor sports pitches at Inverclyde Academy, Notre Dame High, Port Glasgow Community Campus, Clydeview Academy and St Columba’s High will be available to book from Monday (24 August) for the first time in five months for children and young people aged 5-17.
47 new teachers start their probation in local schools Teaching is in the DNA for 47 Newly Qualified Teachers (NQT) who start their year-long probation with Inverclyde Council on Wednesday.
Call for chancellor to step back from “cliff edge” with furlough scheme Inverclyde Council Leader has called on the UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak, MP, to extend the furlough scheme to support business in the area.