BOYS from 2nd Port Glasgow helped a happy couple celebrate their wedding last weekend -- and there are wedding bells involving two other Inverclyde Boys' Brigade groups this week...
TOD And Mitchell Solicitiors, Paisley have been given permission to turn an empty shop at 14 Bay Street, Port Glasgow -- last used as a travel agent -- into an office. Their application was approved by Inverclyde Council planning department.
CLYDE Muirshiel Park rangers are holding a free guided walk to find and photograph fungi along the nature trail at Greenock Cut Visitor Centre, Cornalees Bridge, Loch Thom on Sunday (2 October) from 1pm. For more information call 01475 521458.
-- Fete At St Andrew's School, Larkfield
A 60's night is being held by a Gourock woman in memory of her late husband. Pam Millard has already raised nearly £20,000 this year for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
PHOTOSTREAM -- Boat 'Aground' In Larkfield
A boat dumped in the car park at Cumberland Road, Greenock
CLYDE Shipping -- Cargo Vessel MSC Atlantic
Container ship MSC Atlantic, seen from Gourock today.
DEVELOPERS who hope to build a multi-million pound distillery and tourism complex at Inverkip say they got a great response to the plans at a public exhibition this week. | Click for more
READERS' Pictures -- Traffic-Free Grey Place
Traffic-free Grey Place, Greenock during road re-surfacing.
Photo by Brian Walsh