This week, is Scotland’s Climate Week, an annual event to highlight climate change.
In Scotland it is important that people maintain sufficient levels of vitamin D. Vitamin D has a number of important functions and is needed to support bone and muscle health.
From Monday most of our leisure venues reopen, and we’re looking forward to welcoming you back.
The 9th hour of the 9th day of the 9th month marks the start of Emergency Services Day, the day we remember the more than 7,500 members of the emergency services who have been killed as a result of their duties and give thanks to the NHS and all the other vital emergency services for all that they do for us.
Our schools have reopened, our libraries, museums and galleries are reopening, and we’re preparing to reopen our leisure facilities.
We explore responsible camping, seek otters in the Galloway Forest Park, get a stunning view from the summit of Criffel, and celebrate the success of the Kirkcudbright Summer Activities group.
This weekend, on Saturday 15th August, we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VJ Day, which concluded World War 2 after almost 6 years of brutal conflict.
This has been a momentous week for education. The SQA issued its results and we’re making final preparations for pupils and staff to return to schools.
Yesterday at Full Council we agreed our Restart Renewal Recovery approach, built on our learning from the initial response period.
You’ll have seen from our social media posts partners in Cumbria are dealing with an ongoing situation in Carlisle in which an increasing number of cases of COVID-19 have been identified.