New Chief for D&G Council. Our new Chief Executive, Dawn Roberts, started with us on 11th July. Dawn has said a few words about looking forward to working with our region’s communities in the years to come: “Being appointed Chief…
Summer Holiday Activities Summer is here and we have lots on offer for the holidays. Use the links below to get information about loads of free activities! Make friends, try something new and enjoy the activities you love.
Annan Museum recently marked the return of the town’s Riding of the Marches, back this year following a 2-year hiatus due to the Covid pandemic. And, as part of a series of events for the Annan History Festival, 2 more are planned.
With being very limited in the type of public engagement days over the last two years, the Community Safety Team & various partners will have our display trailer in the Victoria Street Newton Stewart from 10am to 4pm on Thursday 30th June.
Social Work Services in Dumfries and Galloway are looking for enthusiastic individuals to join us in delivering an Appropriate Adult Service in Dumfries and Galloway, working on a casual basis.
The Scottish Government has announced plans to remove all income thresholds from Best Start Foods by 2023-24, making more children and families eligible for this payment, to support families during the cost of living crisis in line with the pledge to alleviate child poverty.
The Council has announced that £135,000 will be available for local Third Sector Organisations and Childcare Providers in Dumfries and Galloway to give Children and Young people a Summer to remember.
Implementing Home Teams across the region is the first part of the most significant change to delivering community health services for 40 years.
Many local men and women serve in our armed forces, carrying out difficult and dangerous tasks on our behalf, and we’re very grateful for the work that they do.
This week, our Council unanimously agreed its budget and set the council tax level for 2022/23. We recognise the income challenges facing local people but, by increasing council tax by 3%, we’re asking local residents to pay a little more…