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Council strategy to bring at least 100 empty homes back into use

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An updated Council strategy will bring at least 100 empty homes across West Dunbartonshire back into use.

Published : 04 February 2021

Updated tenant participation strategy to build on Council success

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West Dunbartonshire Council is leading the way with initiatives to ensure tenants are as involved as possible in decision making.

Published : 04 February 2021

Council highlights support for families living in poverty

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West Dunbartonshire Council has outlined the range of initiatives and support it offers residents as it works to help reduce child poverty in the area

Published : 03 February 2021

West Dunbartonshire ICJ supports 300 residents diagnosed with cancer

Improving the Cancer Journey
A pioneering service for people affected by cancer in West Dunbartonshire has supported more than 300 people in its first year.

Published : 03 February 2021

Community urged to give their views on a new education campus

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Residents are being invited to give their views on proposals to build a new Education and Early Learning and Childcare Centre in Faifley.

Published : 28 January 2021

Community COVID Vaccine Centres Confirmed

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Three West Dunbartonshire venues have been confirmed as sites for the mass rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination.

Published : 22 January 2021

Remote Learning proving popular with West Dunbartonshire pupils

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Children and young people across West Dunbartonshire have settled well into their first week of Remote Learning with figures showing record numbers of pupil engagement.

Published : 18 January 2021

New support service created for residents coping with grief in lockdown

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A new community based bereavement support service has been launched to help West Dunbartonshire residents cope with grief during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Published : 15 January 2021

Drive seeks new volunteers for children’s hearings in West Dunbartonshire

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Children's Hearings Scotland have launched a campaign to recruit new volunteer Panel Members in West Dunbartonshire.

Published : 15 January 2021