TELE photographer George Munro rounds up the week in pictures.

Pic1: Work is now well under way in what will eventually be a transformation of Greenock's West Blackhall Street. The improvements involve increased space for cyclists and pedestrians and provision of car parking on one side of the street only.

Greenock Telegraph: Work begins on West Blackhall Street revamp

Pic2: It was very much a case of 'job done' when Lady Alice Bowling Club stalwarts Joe Carruthers and Jim Gallacher got in front of the Tele camera after working to keep the club open and solvent against the most trying of circumstances. Now renovation of the clubhouse is complete, the two have decided to step down and leave others to take the club from strength to strength.

Greenock Telegraph:

Pic3: Another morning, another fire in Clune Park, and this time in crumbling flats on the area's Robert Street. What is left of the flame- streaked ruins of this part of Port Glasgow is slowly but surely being reduced to burnt out shells of what was once home for hundreds of people.

Greenock Telegraph:

Pic4: Port Glasgow people are well known for their generosity and compassion.

Greenock Telegraph:

And this was borne out when food charity Church Angels was saved from certain closure after they received generous public donations, a £5,000 grant from Inverclyde Council and a £500 cash boost from the Warm Hand of Friendship fund.