Stroud – a natural place to do business

Also last week, at the April council meeting, councillors voted to support two motions: one for the rights of refugees and asylum seekers, highlighting the urgent need for safe and legal routes for them to reach the UK, and the second, focused on tackling domestic abuse, and the district council’s role, working others including the police, the Gloucestershire Domestic Abuse Support Service (GDASS) and the Stroud Women’s Refuge.

Looking ahead to the weekend, I’ll be joining local events to celebrate the Coronation and baking a cake for Town Hall Teas in Wotton. It’s great to see so many community get-togethers being organised across the district, as well as volunteers supporting The Big Help Out on Monday 8th May, with activities from community gardening to litter picking.

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