Three residential homes and five extra care housing sites in Bath, Keynsham and Midsomer Norton were today (Oct 1) officially transferred to Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Adult Social Care and Health
Recommendations for a more sustainable business model for leisure facilities in the wake of Covid-19 that also continues to support B&NES residents’ health and wellbeing will be considered next week.
A move to seasonal moorings, plans to find alternative moorings for boaters and reduce the number of moorings at Saltford are part of a series of recommendations going before the council's cabinet.
The history, accomplishments and experiences of black people will be celebrated throughout October in Bath and North East Somerset as part of a national event.
The report to cabinet provides a framework for the council to maintain a sustainable financial position and balance its budget in the light of Covid-19
An online book of remembrance set up during the coronavirus pandemic and a sustainable electric vehicle are among the projects that have led to two gold awards for the council's bereavement services.
It will enable residents and visitors to safely shop and socialise in a traffic-free, improved environment for longer
The Trustees have been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Emergency Fund to cover additional costs incurred as a result of Covid-19
Delivering for local residents
Following advice from Public Health England, 210 students in a Year 7 bubble at Ralph Allen School, in Bath, have been told to self-isolate for 14 days.
Covid-19, Schools, Colleges and Learning
Following advice from Public Health England East Harptree Church of England School will close for 14 days following two confirmed cases of Covid-19 at the school.