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West Dunbartonshire Council celebrates Scottish Apprenticeship Week

19 May 2015

Dozens of young apprentices were inspired to achieve their potential at a special event held to recognise the important role they play in West Dunbartonshire Council.

Students capture best of West Dunbartonshire in photography competition

11 May 2015

A stunning range of pictures of West Dunbartonshire have made the shortlist in this year’s ‘Picture This’ photography competition run by West Dunbartonshire Council and West College Scotland.
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Packed programme on offer at annual Booked! literary festival

01 May 2015

A popular Scottish actor and an author whose bestseller was turned into a Hollywood film are among the attractions at West Dunbartonshire's annual Booked! festival.
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Council announces 2015 Citizen of the Year

27 April 2015

A young Dumbarton woman who battled back from a brain tumour to dedicate her life to helping others has been named West Dunbartonshire’s Citizen of the Year.
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Building work on new Our Lady and St Patrick’s High School delayed

20 April 2015

Construction of the new Our Lady St Patrick’s High School has been held up by a European ruling affecting how some projects are financed by the Scottish Government.

Council marks World Autism Awareness Day

02 April 2015

A poster designed by a primary school pupil is being used to help raise awareness of autism across West Dunbartonshire.
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£1 charge to replace free swimming

30 March 2015

Concessionary swimming in West Dunbartonshire will cost £1 from 1 April leaving the area with amongst the lowest charges in Scotland.
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Council teams repair over 4,500 potholes in West Dunbartonshire

27 March 2015

More than 4,500 potholes have been repaired by West Dunbartonshire Council in the last 10 months.
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Garshake Nursery to close on 31 July

26 March 2015

West Dunbartonshire Council will close Garshake Nursery on 31 July to save local taxpayers £538,000 over the next three years.