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.
After nearly five months of closure, we’re almost ready to welcome visitors back to our museums and galleries.
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.
Kerbside recycling is coming to D&G. We’re looking to introduce this over the next 6 to 12 months. As we go on this journey, we want to take you with us. Rubbish? Waste of time? Can it? You tell us…
This week we’ve seen the most significant relaxation of COVID-19 measures, with the reopening of hairdressers and barbers, bars and restaurants, cinemas, tourist attractions, places of worship and childcare settings.
The DG Young People’s Response to COVID-19 consultation for young people aged 11 – 25 is now LIVE!
We’re pleased that the Scottish Government have been able to make the decision to lift the localised restrictions in parts of Dumfries and Galloway.
It’s been great to see shoppers returning our town centres this week, and respecting the social distancing measures in place.
The 5 mile restriction, due to be lifted across Scotland tomorrow, will remain in place in Annan, Gretna, Dumfries, Lockerbie, Langholm and Canonbie following the confirmed few positive cases of coronavirus in and around Gretna and Annan.