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Highland Games

Thousands of visitors expected to attend Loch Lomond Highland Games

30 June 2017

Preparations are well underway for this year’s Loch Lomond Highland Games, which are expected to attract visitors and competitors from around the globe.

Visitors flock to Clydebank to see the past in LEGO® bricks

29 June 2017

More than 1500 LEGO® brick fans have visited the Brick Histories exhibition in Clydebank in the first two weeks of it opening.
Royal invite

Deserving West Dunbartonshire residents invited to tea with the Queen

28 June 2017

A group of West Dunbartonshire residents are set to join the Queen at the Royal Garden Party.
Queen's Award

Pupils receive Queen’s Award for volunteering at homeless shelter

26 June 2017

A group of pupils from St Peter the Apostle High School have been recognised with a Queen's Award for Voluntary Services 2017.
Doorstep Crime

Council takes a tough stance on doorstep criminals

26 June 2017

A new scheme aimed at stopping doorstep criminals before they can strike has been launched in West Dunbartonshire.
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New management structure at Gavinburn ELCC

23 June 2017

Gavinburn Early Learning and Childcare Centre is to be managed by the headteacher of Gavinburn Primary School from the start of the new term.
Scottish Pipe Band Championships 2017

Dumbarton set to welcome thousands for Scottish Pipe Band Championships 2017

15 June 2017

Around 25,000 people are expected to attend the 2017 Scottish Pipe Band Championships at Levengrove Park in Dumbarton on July 29.
West Dunbartonshire Golf Pro-Am

Golfers show Spark of Genius at West Dunbartonshire Pro-Am

09 June 2017

The 2017 West Dunbartonshire Pro-Am golf tournament was won by a team of colleagues from the Spark Of Genius school in Clydebank.
War memorial

Council receives £8k Heritage Lottery Fund to mark Centenary of World War I

09 June 2017

West Dunbartonshire Council has received funding of £8,100 to research the names on the Dumbarton, Cardross and Bowling War Memorials to commemorate their lives and tell the story of what life was like during World War One.
Frank Quitely

Batman, Superman and Picasso artworks come to Clydebank Town Hall

05 June 2017

Iconic images of Batman and Superman as well as work by William Hogarth and Picasso features in a fantastic new exhibition at the Clydebank Town Hall.