Tagged: Community Resilience

Agenda October 2020

The agenda for online meeting of NCC returning from a Summer break: Newtongrange Resilience, crumbling walls, The Pool and painting of the wheel.

Agenda September 2020

The agenda for online meeting of NCC returning from a Summer break: Newtongrange Resilience, crumbling walls, The Pool and painting of the wheel.

Minutes August 2020

Online meeting, this month capturing the resilience processes: highlights and on-going issues. Police pressed for responses to complaints and initial thoughts about a Community Development Trust.

Agenda August 2020

The agenda for online meeting of NCC returning from a Summer break: Newtongrange Resilience, crumbling walls, The Pool and painting of the wheel.

Agenda June 2020

The agenda for online meeting of NCC dominated once again by Newtongrange Resilience and community ideas the NCC can support for the village post pandemic.

Pop Art Newtongrange Pool Planter 0

Newtongrange Community Cabin

The Cabin (name TBC – see WOIN FB poll!) will be open to dispense and take delivery of: – good quality toys and games (no soft toys), – books and DVDs (no magazines), – serviceable...

Agenda May 2020

The agenda for online meeting of NCC continuing the theme of support for the village through the COVID-19 crisis: Newtongrange Resilience Volunteers update, Letter of support from the Lord-Lieutenant for Midlothian and activities keeping the community together post this pandemic and more.

Agenda April 2020

Continuing the theme of support for the village through the COVID-19 crisis: The Newtongrange Resilience Volunteers update, alternative plans for VE Day and other activities to help the community through isolation.

Exterior of the Dean Tavern closed with windows painted over

COVID-19 and Newtongrange Resilience

Any situation where we are told that if we can keep UK deaths under 20,000 we will have done well, is clearly not a good one. This is a tough time. Something about the scale of that number means that many families will be touched directly by loss, and if deaths can prevented we should be doing everything we can.

Agenda March 2020

How the NCC can best support the village through the COVID-19 crisis: The Newtongrange Resilience Volunteers, masterplan catch up and alternative plans for VE Day and other activities to help the community through isolation.