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Consultation launched on plans for St Eunan’s ELC

St Eunan's Primary School and Early Learning and Childcare Centre
Parents, carers, pupils and staff are being consulted on plans to place St Eunan’s Early Learning and Childcare Centre under the leadership of St Eunan’s Primary School’s headteacher.

Published : 05 September 2016

Community views sought on plans for Gartocharn ELC

A consultation is being launched on plans to place Gartocharn Early Learning and Childcare Centre under the leadership of Gartocharn Primary School’s headteacher.

Published : 05 September 2016

Navy flag flies at Council Offices to mark Merchant Navy Day

Image shows Provost Douglas McAllister and area officials alongside members of the Sea Cadets, who are holding up the Red Ensign before it is raised.
Provost Douglas McAllister proudly raised the Red Ensign Flag on Saturday to officially mark Merchant Navy Day and show his support for serving sailors in the UK.

Published : 05 September 2016

Safety guide launched to keep residents safe

Safety guide launched to keep residents safe
A new guide to help keep residents safe and prevent injuries at home has been produced by West Dunbartonshire Home Safety Group. The booklet is packed with helpful safety tips and advice for residents to look after their personal belongings and general advice on protecting their homes.

Published : 02 September 2016

Council calls for local hospital services to be protected

Vale of Leven Hospital
West Dunbartonshire Councillors have voted to support a community campaign to protect valued services at the Vale of Leven Hospital.

Published : 02 September 2016

Photo exhibition to showcase 130 years of Clydebank

Image shows Provost Douglas McAllister examining a selection of black and white archive photos to feature in the exhibition.
A photography exhibition celebrating Clydebank through the years is to go on display to mark the town’s 130th anniversary.

Published : 01 September 2016