5 May 2021
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RSN Members explore Rural Decarbonisation
Rural households can’t afford net-zero plans
Making the case for supporting more passionate
Government Response to Consultation on Changes to the Planning System
New survey into how rural businesses coped with crisis
Free Seminars on Social Enterprise, Health Inequalities and Digital Futures
Government's rural network infrastructure plans 'ignore businesses'
RSN evidence in House of Lords Select Committee Report
Elections 2021: Why a lack of buses is a key issue for voters
Making levelling up work for Yorkshire's rural residents
UK aims to take rural areas out of digital dark age
Rural Related Politics - An RSN weekly review
We are taking bookings for our next seminar focusing on Rural Health and Social Care on 26th May from 11-1pm. You can book your place if you are a member of the RSN on this link
It will feature speakers from Dorset NHS Trust, Young Somerset and Health Education England.
Everyone experiences oral health problems at some stage of their life; and the mouth and oral cavity is central to people’s wellbeing and identity. While oral diseases are largely preventable, they often remain untreated and persist. With the need to improve oral health impacted by COVID-19 yet recognised as a major public health issue, what is access to oral and dental care like for people living in rural places? Jessica Sellick investigates
In Hinterland this week - hospitality in dispute, nursey wobbles, new local government structure same old problems, fears over the loss of doctors and the pull of nature across the red wall and along the Cornish peninsula?
Read on...
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