March Cascade out now

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The latest issue of Cascade is now available

In this issue, find out more about:

  • How a colleague’s broken leg led to her love of kayaking
  • The teams delivering £9 million of business support grants
  • Shonna Derrett’s 250km Arctic challenge
  • The latest savings with the Employee Benefit Scheme
  • The role of the Community Planning team with the recent Scottish Census

If you would like to contribute to the next issue of Cascade, please get in touch via workingtogether@argyll-bute.gov.

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