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.
On Thursday, July 2nd 10am – 11:30am there is going to be an initial planning meeting for partners to put together a consultation for young people about the impacts they have experienced in light of the pandemic.
SHOP LOCAL, SHOP SAFE Most town centre shops reopened yesterday (Monday) with restrictions on most retail businesses lifted.
Connecting Scotland is a Scottish Government programme set up in response to coronavirus.
It provides iPads, Chromebooks and support to develop digital skills for people
In today’s edition we have answers to some of the 200 questions asked by parents and carers, children and young people on schools and learning.
The Trustees have conducted their own review of major risks to the Company and have implemented systems to mitigate these
Friday and yesterday (Monday) saw changes to lockdown arrangements as we move to the second phase of the government’s four-phase “route map”.
Welcome to Edition 22 of Community. In today’s edition we have a spotlight on community learning and development (CLD), including an open letter from the Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science to the CLD sector. We also have…
This fund is now currently paused to applications in the Response phase and is anticipated to reopen in July for the Recovery phase.