A new physical activity campaign for Dumfries & Galloway has launched. The DG Doing More website is a local, one-stop shop for anyone looking to increase their physical activity levels.
The website is a useful tool for anyone looking to be more active, from inspiration on where to take the family on weekends, to enabling inactive people to find ways in which to become more active by using the physical activity tool, links to Active Communities, the physical activity directory or the what’s on page.
More information about the fun challenges, including video examples, can be found on the website at https://www.dgdoingmore.co.uk/whats-on/
The DG Doing More social media campaign will run for the next 12 months and will see more themed weeks including, active travel, doing more as a family, doing more outdoor and doing more with health conditions. Click on the image below or scan the QR code to visit the Doing More web site.
The following information has been received from Dumfries & Galloway Council about the safety of headstones in cemeteries in Dumfries & Galloway
Memorial/Headstone Safety Project
Dear Community Council,
We wanted to take this opportunity to contact all Community Councils across Dumfries and Galloway regarding the Memorial/Headstone Safety Project which has recently restarted. As work progresses, Officers will be in direct contact with Community Councils and other organisations within Communities where we are due to start an inspection of Memorials/Headstones within one of your cemeteries.
As you may be aware, Lair holders are responsible for the maintenance and repair of Lairs which includes Memorials and Headstones and Dumfries and Galloway Council as the Burial Authority, are responsible for the safety of our communities, visitors and staff within cemeteries/burial grounds. Dumfries and Galloway Council are therefore progressing an inspection regime across all 215 cemeteries throughout the region and where required, making unstable Memorials/Headstones safe to ensure the safety of our communities.
Karen Anderson Community Learning & Development Worker Communities Directorate Town Hall High Street Annan DG12 6AQ Telephone 03033333000
Our next Borgue Community Council meeting will be on Tuesday, 22nd March 2022 at 7 p.m. in Borgue Public Hall
This meeting will take place in accordance with social distancing measures along with a number of further steps in order to maintain a safe environment. The Community Council respectfully request that all attendees act within accordance to these measures.
1. Welcome and Apologies
2. Police Report
3. Results of Casual Vacancy Election
4. Minutes and Matters arising
5. Secretary's Report (circulated prior to meeting)
6. Treasurer's Report
7. Setting up a Community Interest Company (or similar).
8. Update on tree planting ‘Queen’s Green Canopy’
9. Digital Inclusion Survey
10. Fly-Tipping Consultation
11. Hustings for upcoming Council Elections.
12. Community Issues:
a) Update on bathing water quality/septic tanks
b) Falling Roll at Borgue Primary and consequences
13. Planning Applications
14. Any Other Business.