At its meeting on Wednesday 9 October, the county council’s cabinet will be asked to approve Gloucestershire’s Youth Justice Plan for 2019/20, which shows the number of children entering the criminal justice system has reduced.
Proud to Care Gloucestershire recently hosted three mentoring events with the Department for Work and Pensions, to increase young jobseekers’ skills and promote career opportunities in the care sector across the county.
This year’s report from the Director of Public Health looks at the relationship between health and wealth, and how improving the health of Gloucestershire by tackling inequalities can also improve the local economy.
Gloucestershire Heritage Hub played host to a Garden Party yesterday (Sunday 8 September) to celebrate the end of the refurbishment work, thanks to Beard Construction who took over the build earlier this year.
Are you interested in mental health issues? Have you, or someone you know, struggled with mental health issues? Do you enjoy theatre, art and heritage? If so, please join us at one of the free performances of “Never Better” at Gloucester History Festival. Performances are on Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 September 2019.