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Archive for June 2014

The Ardardan Estate

The Ardardan Estate has been in the hands of the Montgomery family since 1996 and in that time they’ve lovingly restored the farm and business from the sorry neglected state it was found in. With hard work, ambition and imagination, May and Grant Montgomery with their daughters […]

Hoof it for the Hospices ! Saturday 19th July, 8pm.

Stilletos off, trainers on – get ready to embark on a night out with a difference! You’ve heard of The Moonwalk – well this is the Dunoon Walk and over 100 people from near and far are expected to turn out for this inaugural fundraiser for Cowal […]

Cochran Dickie and the Vine Trust – Selling Houses to Build Houses

The Vine Trust was established in 1985 in response to the famine in Ethiopia. It was set up by churches in Bo’ness, Falkirk, who felt compelled to do something. A small gift shop was born with the ethos that everyone can do something to help others. Since […]

Festival for folky folk

Inverclyde- based Celtic fusion band Reely Jiggered are bringing a new music festival to the area this summer. Thanks to funding from Creative Scotland and Enterprise Music Scotland, The Folk for Folk Festival will burst into life between July 22 and August 3. Singer and fiddler Alison […]

Classic Cars Cruise Into Erskine

Classic car enthusiasts from across the country will be cruising into Erskine next month to attend the charity’s classic car show. Visitors can expect to see up to 200 classic cars from car clubs including the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ club, Triumph Sport Six club, Mustang Owners’ club to […]

McMillan Welcomes Improvement Works for Wemyss Bay Station

Stuart McMillan MSP (SNP) has welcomed the news from Network Rail that improvement work at Wemyss Bay Station will commence on 24th June 2014 and continue until September 2015. Although the majority of this work will be carried out during dayshift hours of 07:30 – 18:00, there […]

McMillan Supports Inverclyde Residents with MS at Welfare Campaign Event

Stuart McMillan MSP (SNP) on Monday 23rd June joined people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at a MS Society campaign event to listen to concerns about the impact of welfare reforms on those living with the condition.  Mr McMillan talked to people concerned about losing their independence as […]

Stepwell Managing Director takes up Chamber Presidency

Greenock Chamber announces new Board line up   Steven Watson, Managing Director of Stepwell, an innovative social enterprise company committed to improving the health, wellbeing and employment opportunities of people living in Inverclyde, has assumed the office as President of Greenock Chamber of Commerce. At Stepwell, Steven […]

Race 2 the Games is finally here! – Join us 2nd July on the banks of the River Clyde

Race 2 the games, takes place on Wednesday 2nd July, when up to twenty colourful two man Access 303 sailing dinghies will be racing a challenging 17 nautical mile passage race up the River Clyde. This event is part of the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014 celebrations. […]

How to choose a vet

Vet Neil McIntosh shows his claws on the subject of the new kind of veterinary practice and suggests some questions to ask before choosing So. How do you choose a vet? Here is my strong advice: Search the countryside for an amiable, suave and sophisticated looking bald […]

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