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Green Community Travel's Survey

Whilst Green Community Travel are going to have to do things slightly differently for the time being, with the number of people on one bus and the distance between all the passengers, we’re confident we can still get people to where they want to go!
Please complete the questionnaire below to help us plan for what our passengers need, and also applying for grants and funding.

Berkeley Castle Re-Opens

The team at Berkeley Castle are delighted to announce that will be re-opening on Sunday 19th July 2020! They are really looking forward to showing you a warm and safe welcome to the Castle every Sunday to Wednesday until the end of October.
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Go on a GCT Day Trip

Green Community Travel staff are back in the office and looking at starting day trips again from August.
If you would be interested to meet friends or just get out of the house, please email Lauren below.
They can still take you to medical appointments and shopping, and can collect prescriptions for you.


Local Outbreak Management Plan

South Gloucestershire Council have published their COVID-19 Local Outbreak Management Plan, which is designed to prevent and deal with any outbreaks of coronavirus in places such as care homes, schools and early years settings, communities and workplaces.
Supporting the test, trace and isolate programme, the council will work with the NHS, partners and stakeholders to provide a preventative, prompt and coordinated local approach.

Comment on the Council Plan

South Gloucestershire Council has launched a public consultation on its draft of the Council Plan for 2020 - 2024.
The basis of the Council Plan is four key priorities, based on what residents consider important and what day-to-day evidence gathering suggests requires focus. Click below to read more...

A New CLinC Newsletter

Since lockdown began in March, we have been constantly in touch with our two schools in Zambia. Initially we were extremely worried about what would happen if the virus got a hold there. There are only a few hospitals in the main towns and even these are poorly equipped to cope with this virus. However, so far, they appear to be only mildly affected. Read June's newsletter below to find out what has happened in the last few months.

Tortworth Lake is CLOSED

A message from Tortworth Estate: "Please adhere to the signs and online notices stating that Tortworth Lake is CLOSED for the foreseeable future at all times. We have taken this move to prevent people coming into too close a contact directly and by using gates etc. There is no public right of way around there anyway, including in the woods above the lake, and we feel it is a shame we have to request this, as we have made enough signs up, and it is known that is only open the first Sunday of the month Feb-Oct, yet a bit like with National Parks and other outdoor spaces people feel they can just use it for their leisure. Which with the lake is trespassing anyway, when not on the given Sundays.
We are sorry to have to be so firm but we are trying to promote the Government’s advice, and help stop the spread of the virus."

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