This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
A decade of Fairtrade in Inverclyde Inverclyde will celebrate a decade of being a Fairtrade zone after retaining its status.
Green jobs funding call Inverclyde businesses are being urged to tap into national funding to create green jobs.
United call for long term funding for councils Councils and local government watchdog call for long term funding deal for councils to aid recovery and certainty for communities.
Over £11m support for business Businesses across Inverclyde have received over £11m of funding support during the covid pandemic.
Summer holiday hubs – apply now The council is running two summer activity hubs at Port Glasgow Community Campus and Clydeview Academy aimed at working families on low incomes and places will be prioritised for children who are entitled to free school meals and clothing grants.
Best in the country Inverclyde Council is officially one of the best performing councils in the country.
£2m anti-poverty fund Inverclyde Council has agreed a new series of spending projects to help tackle poverty in the area.
Kilmacolm Library 10th anniversary Bookworms in Kilmacolm are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the village library.
Parking enforcement resuming Parking enforcement will resume across Inverclyde next month while council-owned 'pay and display' car parks will remain free until March 2022 to help boost footfall in town and village centres.