Welcome to our latest news page – here you can see what our councils and councillors are discussing.
Forest Voluntary Action Forum – Going the Extra Mile
Do you or someone you know want to move closer towards education, training or work? For information on free help, advice and support see details attached – Forest Voluntary Action Forum ‘Going the Extra Mile’.
Wireworks Bridge – Tintern.
Investigative work is to be carried out on the Wireworks Bridge, Tintern, week commencing 22nd February. Refurbishment of the Grade ll listed bridge is a joint project between Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire County Councils. Click here for more information.
Latest Gloucestershire Weekly Covid 19 Information.
Temporary road closure, various: Ref/71823
27th January 2021.
Forest of Dean District Council – Business Matters
Forest of Dean District Council latest Business Matters – Covid 19 update. Click here to read.
Forest of Dean Dementia Action Alliance
5th February 2021.
Forest of Dean Dementia Action Alliance latest weekly newsletter. Click here to read.
Gloucestershire Age UK Grapevine.
Read the winter newsletter from Age UK Gloucestershire. Click here.
Gloucestershire Carers Hub.
Census 2021 – 21st March is Census Day!
Putting the Forest on the Map.
27th January 2021.
Putting the Forest on the Map – Survey from Forest Economic Partnership on travel habits within the Forest of Dean. To read more and complete the survey click here.
Tidenham Parish Council Outdoor Gyms Are Closed.
8th January 2021.
Under the new lockdown rules, ‘National lockdown: Stay at Home’ published on 4th January 2021, the Parish Council owned outdoor gyms must be closed. signs and fencing have been put in place – please adhere to the lockdown rules. Thank you.
Outdoor gyms are defined as: An outdoor space containing exercise fixtures and/or machines.
Tidenham Parish Council Playgrounds.
27th July 2020.
The Parish Council playgrounds are open. The areas have been risk assessed according to Government guidelines and the assessment can been seen by clicking here .
For the safety of all users of the play equipment please:
- Maintain a 2 metre distance between yourself and others.
- Sanitise your hands before, during and after using the play area, especially after touching the equipment and access gates.
- Wash your hands thoroughly when you get home.
- If the play area is busy, please wait or come back at another time.
- No food or drink and please take your litter home with you. Do not lick or put your mouth on the play equipment.
Scientific advice suggests that the COVID-19 virus can survive for up to several days on some hard surfaces. The risks are reduced when outdoors, where surfaces may be subject to UV light and/or rain.
Whilst all possible practical measures have been put in place, users of Parish Council play equipment do so at their own choice and risk.
Please be patient and kind – we all deserve to play safely