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With an estimated 35 million pumpkins sold nationally in the lead up to Halloween, Forest of Dean District Council is encouraging residents to reuse and recycle their Jack o’ lanterns once the celebrations are over.
Forest of Dean District Council (FODDC) has prosecuted an individual for offences relating to the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
Forest of Dean District Council are offering free courses to businesses in the area to help keep their business COVID safe during the winter months.
The latest addition to the Growth Hub Network opened its doors on 8 October at Vantage Point Business Village in Mitcheldean, aiming to help local businesses in the Forest of Dean to develop ideas and skills, as well as being a meeting and training space.
Survey launched to discover if residents want the Forest of Dean to become a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
The Forest of Dean District Council and the Forest Economic Partnership (FEP) have launched a survey to discover whether the public and businesses want the Forest of Dean internationally recognised as a Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).
Another Forest of Dean resident is celebrating after a £2000 win with the Forest Lottery. In the past 12 months, over £14,000 has been won with the Forest Lottery and almost £40,000 has been raised for the local community.
Following a national campaign by the online neighbourhood network Nextdoor, Forest of Dean village Berry Hill has been awarded Neighbourhood of the Year for 2021.
The Community and organisations have the opportunity to put forward their ideas on the Cinderford Northern Quarter.
A grant for community-led housing projects from the Forest of Dean District Council has provided 14 new windows and three new doors for the Tibberton Almshouses.
Freedom Leisure Cinderford and Freedom Leisure Lydney are in partnership with BBC Radio Gloucestershire to support Kit out the Nation, a national campaign helping to provide sports equipment to children and young people who need it most.
Forest of Dean District Council to continue supporting eligible families unable to access free school meals
Following a successful scheme run earlier this year, Forest of Dean District Council will be writing to eligible families with children outside of the age range for free school meals to offer support with buying food, helping some of the local families most in need.
Hips Social, a family run coffee shop and eatery in Lydney, has been selected as the service provider for a new café at Lydney Docks.