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Nominations wanted for Council’s Employee Recognition Awards

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West Dunbartonshire residents are being encouraged to highlight Council employees who have gone above and beyond.

Published : 16 January 2020

Pioneering cancer support service launches in West Dunbartonshire

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A pioneering new service to support people affected by cancer in West Dunbartonshire was officially launched today.

Published : 16 January 2020

Work begins on affordable new homes at site of former primary school

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Work to build 55 affordable and stylish new Council homes on the site of a former primary school in Dumbarton is underway.

Published : 10 January 2020

The 2020 Working4Business Awards is now open for entries

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The search is on to find the best businesses across West Dunbartonshire.

Published : 09 January 2020

The countdown to Dumbarton Festival begins

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West Dunbartonshire will host a brand new exciting four-day festival to celebrate the history and heritage of Dumbarton this summer.

Published : 08 January 2020

Council begins preparations for new River Leven waterfront path

West Dunbartonshire Council has carried out clearance works along the shore of the River Leven in the first phase of enabling for a new waterfront walkway

Published : 18 December 2019

Schoolgirl Taylor wins Road Safety Calendar Competition

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A colourful design reminding drivers to adhere to a 20mph speed limit near schools has been chosen as the winner of a Council competition.

Published : 18 December 2019

Titan Crane Christmas scene wins Provost Christmas card competition

A Christmas scene featuring the Titan Crane which was created by a Clydebank youngster has been chosen as the winner of the Provost’s 2019 Christmas card competition.

Published : 06 December 2019

Plans approved for £625k investment in new museum for Clydebank

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A new museum celebrating Clydebank’s history is set to be developed after Councillors agreed to invest £625k in the project.

Published : 03 December 2019

Councillors approve proposals to explore the transformation of The Backdoor Gallery

Councillors have approved plans to rename the Council’s Backdoor Gallery in Dalmuir and invest up to £15,000 to see how it could be transformed into a destination venue.

Published : 03 December 2019