This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Holiday free school meals until Easter for 4,000 pupils Free school meals for nearly 4,000 Inverclyde children during the school holidays will continue until Easter thanks to a £300,000 support package.
£130k winter warmers for older people The council’s policy and resources committee unanimously agreed to spend £130k to help some 3,000 elderly residents this winter.
Praise for outgoing Inverclyde police chief Chief Inspector Debbie Reilly was praised at the local police and fire scrutiny committee after it was announced that she will be leaving the role of Inverclyde area commander.
Top author Alex Gray writes for Inverclyde Scottish writer Alex Gray writes has written exclusively for the people of Inverclyde to mark Book Week Scotland 2020.
£6m plan to create 200 jobs AN ambitious £6 million plan by Inverclyde Council to create over 200 fresh jobs has been approved.
Stick to the rules, Covid hasn’t gone away – joint message from Inverclyde’s MP, MSP and council leader Inverclyde remains in Level 3 of the Scottish coronavirus tiered restrictions system but people are being urged to continue following safety rules.
Port Glasgow Eastern Gateway consultation opens today A draft development strategy for the Eastern Gateway area of Port Glasgow has been produced by property consultants GL Hearn on behalf of Inverclyde Council.
£3m Greenock nursery on the way Construction of Inverclyde Council’s new Larkfield Early Learning Centre is under way and will provide a state-of-the-art facility for up to 100 young people when it is completed.
To Absent Friends festival, 1 - 7 Nov This festival invites everyone to remember their absent friends and loved ones.
Tier three level for Inverclyde Comment from Inverclyde Council Leader following the Scottish Government announcement on Inverclyde being allocated to the new tier three level for covid-19.