LEADER’S COLUMN: Hope ahead available as vaccinations start

leaders column hope ahead available as vaccinations start - LEADER'S COLUMN: Hope ahead available as vaccinations start

As restrictions continues to be affect us all, I hope We speak for many to say a considerable thank you to everyone which in turn continues to follow the guidelines, your current caution we apply now is going to help us all over the years return to normality.

As inoculations start to be given this week, seems as if there is more love ahead, and we can all be especially proud of the fact associated with medical discovery that has set millions of lives came about all beacuse of Edward Jenner from Berkeley.

In case you find out more about him, do check the actual Jenner Museum at jennermuseum. com or follow his or virtual advent calendar on Twitter @DrJennersHouse

With such stunning heritage in our district, no surprise pride in where consumers live remains so high, which will came across once again in the SDC annual residents and business owners survey results that have specifically been released this week.

500 locals and 200 businesses identified at random from across the terrain were asked for their thinking.

94% of people felt satisfied with where they live, and it was also good to see that a majority of 81% were satisfied with recommendations on how SDC runs things, which is actually our highest rating over the previous few years.

There is always room for improving, and responding to those places that local people are telling me we could do better is essential.

The other powerful result was that this year people’s top priority is making sure your local economy and webpages are thriving and in perfect shape.

By Thursday at full council, we are being asked to guide a motion on meal justice, and work with dating partners to set up a food partnership to handle the causes of food poverty of our own district. It is a sad depiction of our times that people even go hungry, and I are aware of many organisations are working hard to make sure no one is left out over Christmas.

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