Archive | September, 2019

Fit for the Future – developing urgent and hospital care in Gloucestershire

OneGloucestershire and the CCG want to involve local people in developing potential solutions to meet future health care needs on community urgent care and specialist hospital services. This engagement will provide feedback to inform future planning. Under the title, Fit for the Future, the NHS is continuing a conversation with staff and the public on: […]

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Are You Concerned About Climate Change?

Gloucestershire County Council is seeking input on how to tackle climate change and become a carbon-neutral county by 2050. Until 23rd September, people will be able to respond to the consultation via the council’s website, either by completing the online survey, downloading a hard copy or by emailing the climate change team directly. In addition, […]

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A lot has been happening over the Summer and I had the pleasure of attending a number of wonderful events, which were put on by our very special community for our town and residents. These included the Feoffee and Thirteen Community BBQ, Tetfest, Soundhound, Global Warming Talk by John Andrews at The Goods Shed and […]

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