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Clydebank - Politics and Local Government

Coat of Arms From 1845 the area which was to become the burgh of Clydebank was administered by the Parochial Board of Old Kilpatrick. Parochial boards, renamed parish councils in 1894, were responsible for public health, water supplies and poor…

John Madden

* The nickname ‘The Rooter’ was apparently a reference to a back-heeling manoeuvre at which Madden was extremely adept.

West Dunbartonshire Council appoints Glasgow firm to build 300 new homes

West Dunbartonshire Council is a step closer to delivering its ambitious affordable new housing programme, after awarding a contract to a building partner

Clydebank Town Centre Office officially open for business

West Dunbartonshire Council has officially opened a new Office in the heart of Clydebank.

West Dunbartonshire hosts Working4Business Week

West Dunbartonshire is set to host a week of activities aimed at inspiring and supporting new and established businesses in the area.

Council named Best Public Sector Employer at Working Families Awards 2017

West Dunbartonshire Council has been named Best Public Sector Employer at the 2017 Scottish Top Employers for Working Families Awards.

Top of the class for St Peter’s Primary

Teachers, pupils and parents from St Peter’s Primary are celebrating after receiving an excellent Education Scotland report.

Civic reception to mark Council Reservists

A civic reception is being held to recognise two Council employees being promoted to top jobs in the Reserve Forces. Employees Jim Easton and Danny Rainey have clocked up 77 years between them as reservists and the Council is delighted to…

Council budget freezes Council Tax and invests in growth

West Dunbartonshire Council has frozen Council Tax and invested in its communities and residents as part of a £212million budget approved yesterday (Wednesday). The financial plan for 2017/18 protects frontline services, enhances a number of…