We recently caught up with Cllr Kevin Etheridge, winner of the Community Champion award at the 2021 England and Wales Cllr Awards, to hear about his big win, how the community has responded and what he plans to do next.
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In this podcast, Ingrid Koehler talks to her home town mayor about building cultural, economic and educational resources during and through the pandemic.
Named in honour of Scotland’s son, Robert Burns, the Robert Burns Humanitarian Award applauds the efforts of people who bring hope and inspiration – often in desperate situations – and help change lives for the better. Dr Digambar Narzary, Sister Lucy Kurien, and Paul Kasonkomona have all been shortlisted as finalists for the RBHA 2022.
In this blog, Anja Ekelof, Communications Manager at Architecture and Design Scotland discusses the company’s role in the new ‘Climate Action Towns project’.
Over the past two years, the Covid-19 pandemic has had an enormous effect on the education of children and young people. Going forward, the question on everyone’s mind in the education field is how can we keep our schools safe from Covid-19?
UNISON has launched its hugely popular local service champions awards again this year. Find out how you can support #LocalServiceChampions
Cllr George Duggins, Leader of Coventry City Council, discusses the news that Coventry’s Gigafactory has been given the green light. He believes this development is an opportunity to seize the moment so the community can continue to flourish for generations to come.
Jodie Gray, chief executive of English UK, explains how ensuring English language schools get a share of the Government’s new business rates relief fund could benefit local economies from summer 2022.
Sam Evans shares some of the key lessons learned from the development of Greater Manchester’s Local Nature Recovery Strategy.