This week Stroud District residents will receive their free annual update packed full of important local news and information.
Stroud District Council News, which is published annually, is sent to more than 54,000 households across the district and provides information about initiatives, projects and services provided by the Council.
The latest edition includes our commitment to developing key Stroud town site at Bath Place, our vision for Brimscombe Port, news of The Lock Challenge canal event in May, Ebley Mill’s new environmentally friendly heating system, closing the gap on the Cotswold Canals Connected Missing Mile, understanding the challenges for blind and partially-sighted people who live in the district and lots more.
SDC news costs 28p per copy to produce and distribute and is printed on FSC certified paper.
Stroud District Council’s priority is to make Stroud a better place to live, work and visit through its Council Plan, through the three main priorities of Environment and Climate Change, Community Resilience and Wellbeing, and Economy, Recovery and Regeneration. Deliveries of this issue began on Monday, February 20.
SDC Chief Executive Kathy O’Leary said: “This edition is packed with news on the projects we are working on for our residents and businesses, updates on the services we provide, and some great offers at our leisure centres too. It’s a really useful way to see all of the council’s work in one place.”
To view the online version visit: www.stroud.gov.uk/sdcnews
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