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Free parking for Gloucestershire’s NHS workers Gloucestershire County Council is expanding the free parking available to support NHS workers providing vital services to communities, to include staff delivering the Covid-19 vaccine to vulnerable people at home. Gloucestershire County Council has successfully bid for £1,352,000 towards improved rural transport in two pilot areas. The Forest of […]

Step 1 – 8 and 29 March Education In Step 1, our priority is to ensure that all children and students return safely to face-to-face education in schools and colleges from 8 March. Childcare and children’s supervised activities can also resume where necessary to enable parents to work or engage in similar activities. We are […]

The first step of the Prime Minister’s lockdown easing roadmap begins on 8 March when schools will be allowed to reopen. The Government has published a blog explaining what you can expect. Read students returning to school and college, what you need to know. Please make sure when dropping children off that you keep 2 […]

From this Thursday, March 4th, David Gaston will be presenting a new programme from 8 to 10pm. Have a listen to Smooth Grooves – it does just what it says on the tin, winds you down for the weekend.

Over 600 Gloucestershire residents have told Healthwatch Gloucestershire what they like and don’t like about the way their GP Practice communicates and interacts with them. In response, the local health and care champion has published its findings in a new report, Accessing GP Practices in Gloucestershire, and is calling on GP Practices to think more about […]

We would like to update you regarding County Council library services that are on offer during the National Lockdown and also notify you of changes coming soon to the eBook and eMagazine service. 1. eBook Service Update: Please read if you use the RBDigital eBook and eMagazine services   On 25th February there will be […]

We are now seeing significant and sustained falls in the infection rate across our district. When England entered lockdown on 5 January Wychavon’s infection rate was 342 per 100,000. As of Monday morning (15 February) that had fallen to 168 per 100,000 which shows lockdown measures are working and that’s down to you and the […]

All eligible pupils who registered and received support during the October and Christmas holidays, will automatically receive vouchers for February. Parents and carers do not need to register again. Cllr Mark Hawthorne, leader of Gloucestershire County Council said: “Last year, we made a commitment to ensure that no child in Gloucestershire goes hungry during the […]

It was inspected by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) between 9 and 20 November 2020 and the report, covering the first peak of the pandemic between April and June 2020, has been published. It said GFRS had made a ‘positive contribution to your community’ and adapted well so it […]

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