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On Thursday 15 June, the first ever National Clean Air Day (NCAD) will see local schools, hospitals, workplaces and communities across UK cities run events, and inspire local residents to act for
their own health and the health of local children.

The health impact or air pollution, equivalent to 40,000 premature deaths every year in the UK, is completely unnecessary and NCAD is all about giving everyone the tools and inspiration to reduce pollution now.

We are supporting the day raising awareness with our employees through facts and stories as well as highlighted the importance of clean air vi our social media platforms.

Everybody can have a positive impact on air quality and we would like to inspire staff/residents/employees/customers to understand the actions they can take to reduce air pollution, and limit its impact on their health and the health of others.

You can help by sharing a car to work, walk/take public transport to the shops, don't use your log burner until absolutely necessary or simply by switching off your engine whilst stationary.

Thursday 15 June will be a day of practical action, myth-busting and awareness-raising, so we can all breathe cleaner air. NCAD gives every school, hospital, workplace and housing estate free access to cutting-edge advice on avoiding and tackling urban air pollution, approved by health experts and academics.

All the information on how to get involved in NCAD is available from the NCAD website.

Whitwell’s brand new skate park officially opened on Thursday 1 June 2017 with scores of youngsters enjoying the new facility.

Young people equipped with their bikes, scooters and skateboards took to the new park and were also treated to stunts and tricks from Bolsover District Council’s Extreme Wheels Roadshows Demo Riders. Whitwell Skate Park Opening

The new Skate Park is concrete based with a variety of ramps and rails for users to test their skills and try out their tricks. Located on Bakestone Moor, it is free for anyone to use and is open on a daily basis from 9am to 8pm.

The skate park has been funded by Bolsover District Council, Viridor Credits, Whitwell Parish Council, Derbyshire County Council and built by Proludic.

Bolsover District and Whitwell Parish Councillor, Tom Munro said, “After months of refurbishment we are really excited to open this brand new facility. We have had young people chomping at the bit to use it ever since we started to refurbish it and from today’s attendance it looks like it will be a huge hit with them.

“We have worked very hard with our partners and local residents and have listened to the experts in planning and designing the new park to get a facility that people can enjoy and keeps them active – and I think we have achieved that.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Strategic Alliance was formed in 2011 and since then it’s enabled us to reduce our costs and pool our expertise but both Councils continue to face significant challenges and we need to step up to these.

In Oct 2015, we appointed a new Chief Executive who works across the two Councils. With drive and ambition we have achieved a lot in that time and made the most of the opportunities arising from these arrangements. We’ve also made the most out of the opportunities that have come from our location and our relationships with key partners across the Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and the Sheffield City Region. We’re delivering, but there’s much more to be done.

This is a crucial time for the Strategic Alliance and we need leaders who can excel at moving forward our transformation and growth agenda and bring creativity and innovation to the challenges we are tackling. These leaders need a proven track record, but also a desire to grow and learn. You’ll be working with an ambitious and energetic Chief Executive who will demand results but will invest in your development. We’ve got members committed to change and who want to make sure we innovate to protect our services and continue to deliver.

It’s a time of change and we need two people who can adapt and who have the resilience to deliver. You’ll need political savvy and a high degree of self-awareness but the opportunities will ensure you are part of a leadership team that shapes the future of the two Councils. You’ll need ambition and passion and be able to cope in a fast paced environment. You’ll be offered flexibility to help shape your role and you’ll be at the heart of defining how the Strategic Alliance goes forward.

To view the job description and person specification, please visit Gatensby Sanderson website.

Dog owners across Bolsover District and North East Derbyshire District are being given the chance to have free wellbeing checks and urged to get their dog microchipped for free as part of a popular mobile pet checking unit which is touring the area in June.

We have joined forces with North East Derbyshire District Council to bring the PDSA Health Check Roadshow to the area from 13-16 June 2017.

The free wellbeing checks – which include weight, eyes, teeth, ears, coat condition and general fitness - are undertaken by an experienced veterinary nurse, who will also be able to provide information on the care of other popular pets. Dog owners who have puppies older than eight-weeks are also encouraged to bring it in for their first wellbeing check.

Our Dog Warden will also be on hand to provide free dog microchipping - something which normally costs around £15 – and is a legal requirement for all dogs.

Cabinet Member for the Environment, Councillor Brian Murray-Carr, said “We are delighted that the Health Check roadshow will be coming to our part of the country again. They have been very popular in the past and provide not only dog owners with a valuable free service, but also give us the chance to talk to them about any concerns they have and any new initiatives we are bringing in.”

We have been running the roadshows for a number of years now and an average of 200 dogs receive free microchips and 120 receive free pet health checks during the course of the event.

We will also be offering advice about canine behaviour and responsible dog ownership – as well as handing out free poop scoop bags at each of the roadshow events.

North East Derbyshire District Council’s Cabinet Member with responsibility for the Environment, Councillor Michael Gordon said, “Owning a dog is a rewarding experience, but it is also a big responsibility and can often come with hefty bills. So we are urging as many dog owners as possible to visit the PDSA PetCheck vehicle to find out more about their dog’s health and take advantage of a free dog health MOT!”

The PDSA Health Check Roadshow will be touring the Districts as below:

  • Tuesday 13 June – Peter Fidler Nature Reserve, Riverside Way, Bolsover S44 6GA (from 11am to 6pm)
  • Wednesday 14 June – Sharley Park Leisure Centre, Market Street, Clay Cross S45 9LX (from 11am to 6pm)
  • Thursday 15 June – Killamarsh Community Campus, Stanley Street, Killamarsh S21 1EL (from 11am to 6pm)
  • Friday 16 June – Shirebrook Market Place, Shirebrook, NG20 8AA (from 9am to 4pm).

For more information call your local council – 01246 242424 (Bolsover) or 01246 231111 (North East Derbyshire).

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