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Argyll Park play area

Council seeks residents’ views on play park plan

10 February 2016

West Dunbartonshire Council is inviting residents to get involved in plans to develop new play parks in Alexandria.
Emissions Test

Council takes action on vehicle emissions

08 February 2016

More than 100 vehicles have been pulled over in a single day of action to reduce vehicle emissions in West Dunbartonshire.
Rainbow Flag raising

Council shows support by flying the Rainbow flag

05 February 2016

The Rainbow Flag will be raised at Dumbarton Council Offices on Thursday, 4 February, to mark the start of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) History Month.
West Dunbartonshire Council Logo

Council to consider writing off business debts

04 February 2016

Councillors are to consider writing off £529,055 of irrecoverable debt owed by former businesses that have closed in West Dunbartonshire.
Aerial view of West Dunbartonshire

Housing partnership goes from strength to strength

03 February 2016

The Council’s drive to deliver hundreds of affordable new homes as part of a partnership with housing provider Wheatley Group is going from strength to strength.
Duke of Edinburgh Awards

Young people receive their Duke of Edinburgh Awards

01 February 2016

West Dunbartonshire Council has become one of the first Councils in Scotland to help young staff through the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Waste collection vehicle

Bonhill residents reminded to request free bin as part of new service

29 January 2016

West Dunbartonshire Council is urging residents in New Bonhill to make sure they have blue and grey bins required for the new recycling service in the area.
Calendar competition winner Breea Armstrong

Pupil’s road safety message wins calendar competition

29 January 2016

A five-year-old school pupil has won the top prize in this year’s road safety calendar competition.
Image shows actors from Kickstart Theatre Company with Common Ground's first ever audience. They are pictured at Old Kilpatrick's Napier Hall.

New play promotes road safety message to older people

29 January 2016

A theatrical performance to help keep pensioners safe will be rolled out across West Dunbartonshire.
Provost Douglas McAllister and St Peter the Apostle High School students Ellie Fitzpatrick, Emma Mullarkey and Alexis Pratt hold up the Holocaust Memorial Day flag, ready to be raised. They are accompanied by West Dunbartonshire Council elected members.

West Dunbartonshire marks Holocaust Memorial Day

27 January 2016

West Dunbartonshire residents today joined local dignitaries to pay their respects to those who died during the Holocaust.