With the dry weather predicted to last across the county, Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) is asking everyone to follow some simple steps to make sure they have a fun filled, fire free summer.
With schools across Gloucestershire working hard to be ready for a potential phased return of more pupils on 1 June, Gloucestershire County Council has drawn up a package of measures to help teachers and students.
Gloucestershire County Council has announced further details of plans to make it easier to walk and cycle during the Covid-19 restrictions. The move comes following government announcements of measures and national investment of £250m to promote sustainable travel.
Ofsted Inspectors from Her Majesty’s Inspectorate have been assigned to children’s services up and down the country to support vulnerable children during the current challenging circumstances. The inspectors will provide welcomed additional support to Gloucestershire’s early years, schools and social care teams until they are able to return to their existing role.
Qwell is one of the new mental health services put in place by the county council in response to the Covid-19 pandemic to make sure there is a range of help available in the county for people who need it.