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Nicola Sturgeon repeated that she is determined to work out of lockdown in a “methodical way with balanced decisions”.
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Moves to expand Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) and implement 1140 hours of funded ELC in Argyll and Bute by August 2020 are continuing to progress, despite the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Summer support for students The University of Glasgow at Gilmorehill in the city. By Democrat reporter Students facing hardship this summer due to COVID-19 can
Argyll and Bute’s economy has great opportunities for growth. In the longer term, to make growth happen we have to beat competition from other areas across Scotland and the UK who are trying to attract the same investment, customers, visitors and residents that we need here.
“Local businesses in Loch Lomond and the surrounding area have been particularly badly hit in the last few months and they understand that this difficult period for them is far from over.