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Local Government will work to build an equitable health and social care system that is sustainable for the future and focused on outcomes

From David J Kennedy, Head of Communications, COSLA Local Government has a central role, along with our communities and partners, in reforming how our health and social care services are delivered Councillor Stuart Currie COSLA’s Health and Social Care Spokesperson said today (Monday).   Councillor Currie said:  “As the recently published COSLA Blueprint highlights, Local Government … Continue reading Local Government will work to build an equitable health and social care system that is sustainable for the future and focused on outcomes

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Staff views on wheelchair accessible housing in East Lothian – still time to respond

From Rebecca Pringle, Senior Strategy Officer, East Lothian Council In 2019, the Scottish Government brought in a requirement for all local authorities to deliver a target number of wheelchair accessible properties and to report annually on progress. As part of the work to identify a suitable target in East Lothian, a Housing Need and Demand … Continue reading Staff views on wheelchair accessible housing in East Lothian – still time to respond

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The Brunton receives a portion of the Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund

Fifty-nine venues across Scotland have received a total of £4.74million from the open call for applications to the Scottish Government’sPerforming Arts Venue Relief Fund through Creative Scotland. The Brunton has received funding of £250,000. The purpose of the fund is to support immediate and critical financial need in order for venues which programme theatre and/or dance … Continue reading The Brunton receives a portion of the Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund

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