This is an exciting opportunity to join The Community Action Network (CAN) and play your part in history by protecting the community and saving lives.
Community Action Network, is a local infrastructure charity with a mission to
empower the voluntary sector, enable volunteering and involve communities across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole. Working in partnership with Volunteer Centre Dorset, they inspire and support people to volunteer in the Dorset Council area.
The NHS in Dorset have asked CAN to help them make sure people coming for their vaccinations feel welcomed, comfortable and safe. CAN is recruiting, training, deploying and supporting Volunteer Marshals to help make this happen.
Interested in becoming a Marshal? Read for more and register here.
Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and Dorset will remain in Tier 2 after the government reviewed the tier system, it was announced today.
For information about Tier 2 guidelines, click here.
BCP Council has teamed up with Public Health Dorset and Dorset Council to broadcast together this coming Thursday, 26th November, after the Government has announced which tier the area will be in once the current national restrictions end on 2 December.
Join BCP Council for the live broadcast via Microsoft Teams from 7pm. You will need to ensure you have downloaded the free Microsoft Teams app to your device to be able to join the broadcast.
BCP Council would love you to submit a question, but please note this needs to be done in advance using this form.
If you are unable to join at 7pm on Thursday, be assured that the briefing will be recorded and available to watch back on BCP Council’s YouTube channel afterwards. Over 2,200 people watched the last COVID-19 broadcast on our YouTube channel following the live session on 29 October.
Cllr Nicola Greene, Portfolio Holder for Covid resilience and Public Health for BCP Council, Director of Public Health Dorset, Sam Crowe and Aidan Dunn, Executive Director for Corporate Development at Dorset Council will be hosting the session. They will outline what the latest restrictions mean for local areas, council services and will answer residents’ questions.
Director of Public Health Dorset, Sam Crowe, said: “With Christmas just around the corner, we know that people across the BCP areas will want to understand what the latest rules from Government mean for them and their families. Many people live and work across both council areas, so we wanted to hold a live session as soon as possible to discuss what the next few weeks will look like and hopefully answer some questions that people may have.”