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Clydebank residents invited to view proposals for future of transport links in the town

15 February 2017

Residents are invited to view and give feedback on proposals to improve transport links in Clydebank.
Drone

Watch drone's eye view of New Dumbarton Office site

15 February 2017

Work at the West Dunbartonshire Council Dumbarton Town Centre Office is gathering pace - as this footage captured by one of Sky View Video Scotland's drone cameras shows.
Rainbow Flag

Council shows support by flying the Rainbow Flag

08 February 2017

The Rainbow Flag will be raised at West Dunbartonshire Council’s Dumbarton Offices on Wednesday, 8 February, to mark the start of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) History Month.
Keith Redpath

HSCP Chief Officer Keith Redpath announces his retirement

08 February 2017

The Chief Officer of the West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership is retiring after a 42 year career in the public sector.
Kilbowie Road sinkhole

Work underway to repair Clydebank sinkhole

06 February 2017

West Dunbartonshire Council has confirmed that extensive works to fill a 62 metre deep hole under Kilbowie Road in Clydebank could take as long as six months to complete.
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Pitches at new school Campus open to the community

30 January 2017

An all-weather sports pitch at the new Bellsmyre Education Campus has been opened to the community after Councillors agreed to the temporary community use of the facility.
Your Community

Thousands benefit from funding for community projects

30 January 2017

Communities in West Dunbartonshire are set to benefit from more than £91,000 of funding after their projects received the backing of residents in their local community.
Holocaust memorial

Provost leads public Holocaust Memorial Day event in Dumbarton

30 January 2017

West Dunbartonshire Council’s Provost Douglas McAllister and pupils from Vale of Leven Academy led a flag raising event in Dumbarton to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2017.
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Experts confirm Clydebank road collapse is result of historic mine workings

27 January 2017

Historic mine workings buried deep underground have been confirmed as the cause of a collapse in Clydebank’s Kilbowie Road.
Clydebank new office

Clydebank Town Centre Office officially open for business

26 January 2017

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