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19 October 2017With more than 55 million metal cans, foil trays and aerosols used every year in West Dunbartonshire, the Council has launched a new campaign aimed at making sure every last one makes it into a blue household recycling bin.
18 October 2017Provost William Hendrie paid tribute to the recent success of Clydebank Football Club at a Civic Reception held at Clydebank Town Hall.
17 October 2017A range of fine art, jewellery, sculpture, textiles and photography by professional and amateur artists will go on display at the Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery.
17 October 2017A poster designed by a Knoxland Primary School pupil has been selected to front this year’s Fireworks Safety Awareness Campaign.
16 October 2017West Dunbartonshire Council is set to remove external window panels on 11 high-rise blocks in Clydebank following an independent review of its multi-storey properties.
11 October 2017Thousands of visitors are expected at this year’s two Council fireworks displays in Dumbarton and Clydebank.
10 October 2017Hundreds of pupils and staff past and present have walked through the doors of Our Lady and St Patrick's High School in Dumbarton for the final time.
09 October 2017Provost William Hendrie hosted a Civic reception for delegates of the 21st annual Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) Black Workers’ Conference.
05 October 2017A project to preserve one of Dumbarton’s oldest buildings will be the subject of a special event in the town next week.
04 October 2017West Dunbartonshire Council is helping new and existing employees achieve a good work/life balance by offering flexible working and guaranteed interview to carers looking to return to work.