Sea Change brings the annual regatta into the community with a weekend of fun centred on life by the sea and with a distinct emphasis on recycling.
Question & Answer document on operational changes to the Kilcreggan/Gourock Ferry Service issued by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT).
Rosneath Peninsula West Community Development Trust has its first AGM and reviews progress
ScottishPower Energy networks Invests £1.2million to Upgrade Electricity Network on the Rosneath Peninsula
Plea for help in combating rogue traders
IT has taken nearly two years of dealing with red tape and gathering support, but the long-awaited Cove and Kilcreggan youth cafe is finally about to open — with a little help from Brad Pitt.
A 19 year-old trainee butcher who works in Kilcreggan has been nominated for the “Young Butcher of the Year” Competition.
THE issue of fire hydrants in Rosneath was raised again at the recent meeting of the community council.
ROSNEATH Primary School Fair provided a fun family event on Saturday which attracted a good attendance.
A SERIES of fires have been started around the Rosneath area and the police are to be asked to provide some extra patrols through the village.
COVE Burgh Hall opened its doors for the popular annual village flower show. Hundreds of garden enthusiasts flocked to the hall with produce for the competitions or just to see what other gardeners have been doing.
Cove and Kilcreggan only attracted two new members in the recent round of community council elections
A 13 year-old piper has ensured that holidaymakers on board the Waverley never forget their stop at Kilcreggan.
CHILDREN from all over the Rosneath Peninsula enjoyed a holiday fun club organised jointly by the churches in Rosneath and Cove and Kilcreggan.
Redesign of Kilcreggan Village Centre - selection of winning entry. Competition jointly organised by Glasgow Institute of Architects and Rosneath Peninsula West Community Development Trust
The youngsters of Route 81, the highly sucessful youth organisation in Garelochhead, welcomed some special guests recently.
KILCREGGAN artist Gregor Smith has had his work accepted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London.
A FAMOUS “streaker” provided interesting viewing for Clyde watchers in Helensburgh and Lomond on Sunday.