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Proposals for the future of Dalmonach CE Centre are set to be presented to Councillors

Council agrees plans to build new community centre and nursery

29 April 2016

A new £1.15m Dalmonach Community Centre and nursery will be built after the plans were agreed by Councillors.
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£35,000 funding to be distributed amongst community groups

29 April 2016

Community groups across West Dunbartonshire are set to benefit from additional funding of more than £35,000.
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Secondary teachers to be balloted on new proposal to resolve dispute

28 April 2016

An agreement in principle has been reached between the Council and teaching union EIS to resolve the secondary school teacher dispute in West Dunbartonshire.
Photography comeptition

Public to get snapping for West Dunbartonshire’s Picture of the Year competition

28 April 2016

West Dunbartonshire residents are being encouraged to get out and capture images showing the best of the area for West Dunbartonshire’s Picture of the Year photography competition.
Demolition work at Mitchell Way is set to get under way

Demolition work to begin at Mitchell Way

27 April 2016

The first phase of the Mitchell Way redevelopment plans will get under way on Tuesday 3 May when demolition works to remove vacant units begin.
COMA Judo Club are welcomed to West Dunbartonshire by Provost Douglas McAllister

Provost welcomes French judo club to West Dunbartonshire

25 April 2016

Two judo clubs from France and Clydebank have celebrated their 35-year friendship with a civic reception hosted by the Provost.
Citizen of the year 2016

Businesswoman battling Crohn’s disease named West Dunbartonshire Citizen of the Year 2016

22 April 2016

A young businesswoman who overcame her own health problems to help people living with disability and illness has been named West Dunbartonshire’s Citizen of the Year.
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Residents reminded to use hospital bus

22 April 2016

Residents are being urged to use a direct hospital bus link from Clydebank to ensure the service remains in place.
Councillor David McBride (left) and Councillor Patrick McGlinchey (right) are pictured on bikes and holding up the Council's Cycle Friendly Employer Award certificate in an outdoor setting

Council receives award for cycle-friendly culture

21 April 2016

The Council has achieved a national award in recognition of its commitment to increasing cycling.
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Changes to polling stations

20 April 2016

Voters heading to the polling stations in this year’s May Elections are being encouraged to check their polling cards as six new stations will be in place for this year’s Scottish Parliament Elections.