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New community woodland for Faifley

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Additional woodland and habitat improvements are being introduced in Faifley Knowes as part of work to support the Council’s Climate Change Strategy.

Published : 11 March 2022

Pupils receiving lessons on anti-sectarianism

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A high number of West Dunbartonshire pupils are learning about diversity and participating in lessons to tackle bigotry, religious hate and racism.

Published : 10 March 2022

Creative Learning projects piloted in primary schools

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Inspired learning aimed at improving pupils’ health and wellbeing is being piloted in three Clydebank primary schools.

Published : 10 March 2022

School clothing grant doubled as no cuts budget agreed

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The most vulnerable households across West Dunbartonshire will benefit from significant additional support introduced as part of a ‘no cuts’ budget agreed today.

Published : 09 March 2022

Council employees are “shining example” for residents

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A homecare worker described as a “shining example” has been named as the Council’s Employee of the Year for 2021.

Published : 09 March 2022

New Local Housing Strategy for West Dunbartonshire is launched

A new strategy outlining the Council’s vision and plan for housing and housing services in the area for the next five years has been launched.

Published : 09 March 2022

Residents’ views sought in recycling survey

West Dunbartonshire residents are being encouraged to share their experiences of recycling in an online survey.

Published : 09 March 2022

Children call residents to ‘Bin it for Bellsmyre’

Bin it for Bellsmyre.
Children and young people in Bellsmyre are calling on residents and visitors to ‘Bin it for Bellsmyre’ during a litter pick in their community.

Published : 01 March 2022