In these uncertain times where the Covid-19 virus is causing so much anxiety and disruption to people’s lives, especially in relation to jobs and training, the Future Bright team would like to reassure residents that the project will continue to run and offer support throughout this crisis.
Future Bright career progression coaches are able to support people who are currently in paid work but on top-up benefits, to progress their career and help remove barriers to progression. This support can be provided remotely by telephone contact, Skype, email and text messaging.
Future Bright is open to local residents who are:-
Aged 19 or over and living in the West of England – Bristol, South Gloucestershire or Bath and North East Somerset
- Currently in paid work (part-time, full-time, temp, self-employed or zero hours)
- Receiving any of the following in-work beneﬁts or tax credits –Universal Credit, Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, Job Seeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Employment Support Allowance, Housing Benefit, or Means-Tested Council tax Reduction
What can Future Bright offer?
A dedicated Career Progression Coach who can:
- Help you form an Action Plan and support you through each step and
- Signpost and advise you on training and career pathways
Plus we can offer some financial support towards training or other work related costs.
All conversations are confidential, can be accessed remotely and focus on what you want to achieve – your coach will help you take your next step. Participation is always FREE, and fits around your current commitments.
April 2020 During the COVID-19 restriction period Planning Applications being considered by Westerleigh Parish Council for Westerleigh village and Coalpit Heath will be listed at http://www.westerleighparishcouncil.org.uk/parishioners-planning/.
Any member of public can still access the South Glos Council portal but are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if they wish to ask any question or make any comment for the Parish Council to consider.
SOME GOOD ADVICE INCLUDING FOR CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES
In these challenging times SGC have to make difficult decisions. Waste is an essential service and we are doing all we can to continue collections during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak while protecting our staff and residents. We have made some immediate changes to our services and further changes will be introduced from Monday 30 March.
Full details are below.
Press release here – http://sites.southglos.gov.uk/newsroom/community/changes-to-waste-services-to-keep-essential-collections-operating-during-covid-19/
Facebook post here – https://www.facebook.com/sglosstreetcare
To help manage enquiries during this time, any service issues such as missed bins, please can you report these online using the form here – https://beta.southglos.gov.uk/report-a-missed-waste-or-recycling-collection/
If you have an issue that requires extra support please email Waste.Management@southglos.gov.uk
25th March 2020 Things have changed since last week and so we are sorry to say
Bitterwell Lake is now closed until further notice.
Any questions contact Lake Manager Paul on either 07717 131438 or 07407 657429 or email@example.com
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the instruction from the Government on 23rd March 2020 the Toddler play area at Westerleigh Playing Field is CLOSED until further notice. Signs will be put on the two gates.