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Over recent years the Street Warden Team at the Forest of Dean District Council have encountered a number of cases where pet owners are living with dementia in our community. Although the primary focus of this team is to maintain the welfare of animals, there is also recognition of the importance of pets as a source of great companionship and as a link for people to their local community.
Local businesses in Forest of Dean that are affected by the national lockdown will be able to apply for a Support Grant from this Monday (16 Nov).
Forest of Dean District Council are this week starting the process of contacting people deemed to be ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ (CEV) across the district to make sure their basic needs are being met during lockdown.
Council secures support from Local Energy Hub for electric vehicle charging infrastructure feasibility study
The Forest of Dean District Council has secured advisory services and capacity support from the South West (SW) Energy Hub to the value of £5000. Support from the SW Energy Hub and consultancy Element Energy will kick off the assessment of feasibility for electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the Council owned car parks throughout the District.
‘Winter Wellness’ is the theme of a winter campaign by Forest of Dean District Council and partners to help signpost people to support, services and activities to promote wellbeing and positive mental health over the winter period.
Park homes and rural households in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire to receive £1m winter energy efficiency boost
150 of the region’s coldest properties will receive improved insulation and heating through the government Green Home Grant scheme, funded by the Secretary of State.
Freedom Leisure’s Active Communities Service in the Forest of Dean are introducing a new scheme across the District; encouraging and supporting more young people aged between 12-19 years to access their leisure facilities. Freedom Leisure operates the four centres across the Forest of Dean on behalf of Forest of Dean District Council.
Leader of Forest of Dean Council, Councillor Tim Gwilliam, has today written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, to point out that the Forest is ‘betwixt and between UK-wide and Welsh-only decision-making’ and while impacted by the ‘fire break’ in Wales, businesses here are not able to access the support that Welsh businesses are able to.
Forest of Dean District Council is seeking residents' views on its latest proposals for the District’s new Local Plan, which will outline future development in the district up to 2041.
Leader of Forest of Dean District Council, Councillor Tim Gwilliam, said:
Forest of Dean District Council leader Cllr Tim Gwilliam's message to visitors to the district.
The pandemic has provided a much needed wake up call for the UK to prioritise a healthy lifestyle as an integral part of the fight against Covid-19.