Do you use bus services in the Forest of Dean area?
Gloucestershire County Council is currently running a survey on bus routes in the Forest of Dean. The results of the survey will help to inform a scrutiny exercise which will consider figures, profit and efficiency.
In particular, evening and Sunday services will be looked at.
Local public transport campaigners in the Forest are concerned that, in a rural area where buses are a lifeline to many, more cuts to bus services are on the horizon. They are urging anyone who cares about public transport in the Forest to make their views known.
The survey is open until 22nd July. It can be accessed online at gloucestershire.gov.uk/bussurvey
You can also get paper copies from:
Dial-a-ride at Lydney bus station
Reception desk at Coleford should have them but check first 01594 810000
Via Sue Dubois on 01594 517297
Please note that the survey options are carefully worded, please read carefully before sending.
Worried about money? Citizens Advice Forest of Dean is holding a series of free budgeting worksops during August at the Main Place in Coleford. Please see poster below for dates. Workshops are also planned for Newent, Lydney and Cinderford with dates and venues to be confirmed. For further information, please contact Wes Hayfield on 01594 823936 ext. 216.
Citizen's Advice Forest of Dean is very pleased to welcome Ehlana Head to her new paid role as Training Supervisor. Ehlana has previously been a volunteer adviser for the bureau for a year while studying Politics and International Relations at the University of Southampton.
Ehlana's responsibilities include the recruitment, training and supervising of volunteer staff.
PEOPLE in the Forest of Dean have been warned to take care of cold callers claiming to be from the Forest of Dean Citizen's Advice Bureau.