SNP COUNCIL SIGNS UP TO BAN THE BOMB CAMPAIGN

Nuclear submarines at the Clyde Naval Base at Faslane on the Gareloch. West Dunbartonshire joins movement to sign UN Nuclear Ban Treaty By Flavia Tudoreanu West Dunbartonshire Council has approved a resolution supporting the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons noting “the catastrophic global effects of any use of nuclear weapons and deploring … More SNP COUNCIL SIGNS UP TO BAN THE BOMB CAMPAIGN

£30,000 FOR HELENSBURGH AND LOMOND PROJECTS

75 groups awarded funding from Supporting Communities Fund A total of 75 projects across Argyll and Bute will receive funding from the council’s Supporting Communities Fund after councillors approved their applications for support. Each of the four Local Area Committees have approved funding for successful applicants in their local areas, with a total of £108,500 … More £30,000 FOR HELENSBURGH AND LOMOND PROJECTS

ERSKINE’S TOMMY IS NO WOODEN TOP

Tommy Addison, ‘Tommy’ and Jason Fearnley won the £1,000 prize. By Judith Haw Veterans of The Woodwork Group from Erskine’s Activity Centre are celebrating today after their entry ‘Tommy’ won the Winning With Wood competition at Craftex 2019 at the weekend. The Veteran members of the Group designed and lovingly hand crafted Tommy the soldier … More ERSKINE’S TOMMY IS NO WOODEN TOP

BREAKFAST IS MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY

Free breakfast for every pupil at Clydebank High School Glasgow Warriors duo launch school breakfast service in Clydebank. By Moira Rodger Clydebank High school has joined forces with Magic Breakfast charity to provide pupils with a free breakfast for two years. More than 1,200 pupils will receive a healthy fulfilling breakfast to ensure every child … More BREAKFAST IS MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM BALLOCH TO BOWLING IS A TRAVESTY, SAY SHOP OWNERS

 Lomond Gift House in Main Road, Balloch, on the Banks of Loch Lomond. By Bill Heaney It’s Father’s Day on Sunday, but please spare a thought for all those dads whose children might forget them. Well, not actually forget them, but fail to get them a present for the big day. These are the ones … More TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FROM BALLOCH TO BOWLING IS A TRAVESTY, SAY SHOP OWNERS