Archbishop Auza said today’s International Day enhances public awareness and education about the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapon test explosions and the need to proscribe nuclear tests to achieve a nuclear free world.
A WEE LOOK BACK 55 is at 1.30pm on Wednesday 11th September in the Concord Centre, Dumbarton. The programme features films on Dumbarton, Linlithgow and Glasgow amongst other parts of Scotland. Admission £2 to include tea and buns from Sweet Success Cafe at the interval. All welcome.
Residents in West Dunbartonshire are being encouraged to look out for each other and seek help during Suicide Prevention Week.
Figures show 33% of children in West Dunbartonshire live in poverty and 27% of pupils receive free school meals. In addition the number of families using food banks over the summer increased from 576 last year to 775.
More than 800 West Dunbartonshire families are accessing additional free childcare one year ahead of the scheduled 2020 implementation date.
Detective Inspector Andy Doherty of Clydebank Police Office said: “This significant seizure reinforces our commitment to disrupting those involved in the supply of controlled drugs and it ensures that these illegal drugs will not be distributed to our local communities.”