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Cover of Spring issue Spring 2020

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In this edition we hear from a climate change consultant and a young activist who have urged the Council, partners and residents to take ownership of climate change and be part of the solution. You can read more about this, what steps the Council is taking to increase the amount of woodland across Gateshead and how you can have your say on climate change.

The Council has agreed its budget for the next financial year which is focused on investment rather than budget savings and provides a new longer-term approach to financial management investment in key areas to support our priorities - Economy, Health and Housing, Poverty and Inequality, Climate Change and Transport.

We feature our learningSkills service which has been praised by Ofsted for the work it is doing to support adult learners and apprentices. You can find the broad range of courses on offer in our pullout adult learning supplement in this issue.

We also highlight the work of our fantastic foster carers who have been honoured for the dedication they show in caring for some of the most vulnerable young people in Gateshead.

We also include our regular features - health matters, what's on and much more, including key activities taking place over the Easter period

View the Council News archive for all our past editions

 

28 May 2019

Cover of Spring issue Spring 2020

Icon for pdf Download the latest issue [7.18MB]

In this edition we hear from a climate change consultant and a young activist who have urged the Council, partners and residents to take ownership of climate change and be part of the solution. You can read more about this, what steps the Council is taking to increase the amount of woodland across Gateshead and how you can have your say on climate change.

The Council has agreed its budget for the next financial year which is focused on investment rather than budget savings and provides a new longer-term approach to financial management investment in key areas to support our priorities - Economy, Health and Housing, Poverty and Inequality, Climate Change and Transport.

We feature our learningSkills service which has been praised by Ofsted for the work it is doing to support adult learners and apprentices. You can find the broad range of courses on offer in our pullout adult learning supplement in this issue.

We also highlight the work of our fantastic foster carers who have been honoured for the dedication they show in caring for some of the most vulnerable young people in Gateshead.

We also include our regular features - health matters, what's on and much more, including key activities taking place over the Easter period

View the Council News archive for all our past editions

 

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