3 August 2020
Healthwatch Reading, produce regular helpful and interesting information on local health issues. Their latest Newsletter includes a very good Guide to using local health and care services as lockdown eases, which you may find helpful.
28 July 2020
Thames Valley Police have issued advice on burglary and crime prevention: Mark Your Property & Keep Your Home Safe, and Neighbourhood Watch have news about what is a big and sad rise in Disability Hate Crime, which you may be interested to read.
27 July 2020
CADRA maintains a summary of the significant local planning applications and appeals which is updated each month. Each application listed provides a direct link the RBC website where plans can be seen and comments sent on line. Links to the Planning Inspectorate show progress on appeals. Applications in South Oxfordshire which are significant and close to the border with Reading are also listed.
23 July 2020
23 July 2020
The Environment Agency's have published their July 2020 Newsletter, summarising the feedback from the drop-in events they held early this year. There is more information on their Reducing flooding in Reading and Caversham information page.
1 July 2020
Here are some of recent posts from Healthwatch Reading, which you may find helpful.
Healthwatch also produce regular newsletters on local health issues.
26 June 2020
18 June 2020
Neighbourhood Watch have provided this link to Action Frauds advice on Avoiding Coronavirus Related Scams.
4 June 2020
RBC have announced plans to adopt a new Rewilding approach to grass cutting: restoring, reclaiming and protecting natural habitats and native species.
The Reading Climate Change Partnership is currently consulting on the Reading Climate Emergency Strategy, which runs until 28 June. Within the ‘Nature’ theme of the strategy is a wide-ranging requirement to improve the urban environment for flora and fauna.
1 June 2020
31 May 2020
We have recently updated/added this information on our Covid-19 page:
The Workers's Education Association is the UK’s largest voluntary sector provider of adult education in England and Scotland. It's first volunteer-led branch was opened in Reading in 1904. Read how they are offering to Online ourses, on the RVA's website.
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