DOCHERTY TRAVEL, DUMBARTON

Docherty Travel:  Phuket & Elephant Hills  12 nights Phuket 2 nights Elephant Hills Includes all transfers Standard hotels from £1399pp  Superior hotels from £1429pp Deluxe hotels from £1635pp  Based on 04 May 2020 departure from Glasgow or Edinburgh ☎️Call 01389 717270 or 0141 433 8298 💻frank@dochertytravel.com 🙋‍♀️private message us DOCHERTY TRAVEL is fully ABTA & ATOL bonded providing 100% … More DOCHERTY TRAVEL, DUMBARTON

DEFIBRILLATORS INSTALLED AT EAST END DAY CENTRE

Staff and clients at the Dumbarton East End Day Centre in Bruce Street. By Moira Rodger Two life-saving defibrillators have been installed at Bruce Street Day Centre, off Glasgow Road, Dumbarton, and will be added to the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) register. West Dunbartonshire Council agreed to invest £50,000 to increase the number of automated … More DEFIBRILLATORS INSTALLED AT EAST END DAY CENTRE

EXCELLENCE, INNOVATION AND ADVENTURE IN ARGYLL

Councillor Aileen Morton with Scottish Secretary David Mundell and Cleland  Sneddon, Chief Executive of  Argyll and Bute Council, in Edinburgh. By Julie Millar ‘This will bring benefits for everyone’ – that was the message for the UK Government at the latest Argyll and Bute Rural Growth Deal talks. Argyll and Bute Council Leader, Councillor Aileen Morton, met … More EXCELLENCE, INNOVATION AND ADVENTURE IN ARGYLL

HELENSBURGH WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT

Helensburgh Pier looking back to Doon the Watter days. By Stef Lach Helensburgh Pier could play a key part in delivering the town’s waterfront development successfully. The contractor appointed to deliver the £18million project will, if required, have access to the pier for project-related uses such as receiving supplies. Progress has been made in raising … More HELENSBURGH WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT

BIG SHAKE UP IN COUNCIL MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

The new management structure for West Dunbartonshire Council which was announced today by Chief Executive Joyce White. By Bill Heaney Major changes have taken place today in the management structure for the “under the microscope” West Dunbartonshire Council. Two of the big names whose activities were investigated in regard to wining and dining with a contractor … More BIG SHAKE UP IN COUNCIL MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

FLAMINGO BOSS SAYS COUNCIL HAVE FAILED TO RECOGNISE ‘A FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY’

Flamingo Land owner Gordon Gibb has expressed his disappointment that West Dunbartonshire Council have failed to recognise the “fantastic opportunity” that his proposed £30 million plus leisure complex at Balloch on the Bonnie Banks represents. … More FLAMINGO BOSS SAYS COUNCIL HAVE FAILED TO RECOGNISE ‘A FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY’