New design proposals including crossing points, cycling and pedestrian priority areas and footpath improvements will make it easier and more attractive for people to walk, wheel and cycle between Lochgilphead Joint Campus and the town centre.
Three secondary schools in Argyll and Bute are preparing to take part in an award-winning mentoring programme that aims to help care-experienced and disadvantaged young people to unlock their potential, regardless of their circumstances.
New figures show that 93.9% of young people in Argyll and Bute are currently in education, employment or training, placing the region in fifth place out of the 32 Scottish local authorities - an increase from its position of tenth in 2020-21.
With more multi-million pound savings to make again this year, Argyll and Bute Council is inviting communities to get involved earlier than usual in the budget-setting process by using a budget simulator to set high level priorities.
11 May 2023
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