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News Items regarding the Berwickshire Access Panel will be posted here in due course.  Meanwhile the following may be of interest:

The latest issue of Link, the publication for the Third Sector in Scottish Borders, can be downloaded here.

The deadline for the next issue is 15th July, so if you have any news or events you would like to include please email link@facepr.co.uk

We would also really appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to fill in our online survey and tell us what you think about Link. You can find the survey here

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Health and Social Care Locality Plans

Health and Social Care Partnerships are required to produce locality plans for each area and I am pleased that following a period of consultation and engagement with local working groups and communities outline plans have been developed, identifying key priorities for each locality.

I hope you are able to take the time to review these and I am keen to seek your comments and views to inform these moving forward.

The plans are out for public consultation from July 17 until September 16 2017. Comments and feedback can be given in the following ways:

Full plans can be viewed and commented upon online here

Summary Plans will also be available from a range of locations and partners, including libraries, Council contact centres, health centres and hospitals, third and voluntary sector organisations. They are also available from the Health and Social Care Integration team on 01835 825080 or at integration@scotborders.gov.uk

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Disabled Parking Bays at Eyemouth Community Centre

For some  considerable time the signage for Disabled Parking Bays at Eyemouth Community Centre has been so faded, that non Blue Badgre Holders would just park in them.   Whilst the faded signs (below) remain the good news is that Scottish Borders Council Road Marking team have recently been along and clearly marked ‘Disabled only’ on the ground.  Thank you Scottish Borders Council.  Until such times the signage is renewed, this ought to help keep the bays clear for the use of Blue Barge Holders only.

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