THE Parish Players of Old Gourock and Ashton Church present Musical Maestros, an evening of comedy drama and musical review, each night from today (Tuesday 28 March) till Thursday (30 March) in the church hall, Binnie Street, Gourock. Tickets are available by phoning 01475 713406.

THE annual general meeting of the World Ship Society Firth of Clyde branch is on Thursday (30 March), after which a tape/slideshow entitled The Ports of Swansea and West Wales will be shown. The meeting is at 7.30 pm in Cedars School of Excellence, 31 Ardgowan Square, Greenock.

A CRAFT fair in aid of injured Greenock firefighter Andy Adams is being held at Craigend Resource Centre, McLeod Street, Greenock on Friday (24 March) from 11am to 3pm. As well as craft stalls there will be tea, coffee and snacks, and a raffle.

A 67-year-old woman lost a large sum of money in Greenock town centre today. She was in a number of premises including Tesco, shops in the Oak Mall and West Blackhall Street and Kwik Fit garage. Anyone who found the money is asked to email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A CRAFT fair is being held at Greenock Baptist Church, St Andrew Square, Carnock Street, on Saturday (25 March) from 10.30am to 4pm. There will be more than a dozen stalls selling hand-crafted items including scarves, jams, jewellery, cushions, wooden signs, slate pictures, quilted gifts, chocolates, crochet and knitting.

A CHARITY event in aid of SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) Inverclyde and the Beatson Hospital is being held in Cruden Hall, Ann Street, Greenock on Saturday (25 March), 7.30pm to 1am. There will be live entertainment, DJs, raffle and hot buffet, Tickets are £10, on sale at the Exchange, Ann Street, and SAMH, Broomhill Street, Greenock.

A SMALL reward is being offered for return of house and car keys lost in Greenock town centre on Friday night, between the Beacon, the James Watt Pub, Cathcart Street, and the Old Bank bar, William Street on Friday night. The keyring contained a Nissan car key, a Yale-style house key and a bottle opener. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if found.

THE B788 Greenock to Kilmacolm road has re-opened following a three-week closure for a Scottish Water project. The road had been due to re-open on Sunday but the closure was extended for one day for road marking to be completed.

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