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Flu vaccinations are available for free across South Gloucestershire to all vulnerable groups including people aged 65 or over, pregnant women, those with long-term conditions and children aged two, three and four years old. People living in long-stay residential homes and children of school years 1 and 2 are also eligible for the vaccination.
As well as being available from your local GP, this year free flu jabs for vulnerable groups are also available from community pharmacies through the NHS.
For more information click below...
Each year Alveston Parish Council is empowered to award grants to organisations or groups operating within the Parish of Alveston.
The closing date for applications was scheduled to close on the 29th October but due to a lack of applications the Parish Council has extended the deadline for applications to 29th January 2016. Click below to read more...
Alveston Parish Council Councillors would like to extend a warm welcome to three new councillors who all have recently been co-opted onto the council. Click below to see their photos...
There are now only two seats remaining on the Parish Council and if you wish to consider the opportunity of becoming a Councillor, please contact Graham Smith (Clerk) for an informal discussion.
Latest news from the Gazette:
• Filton aerospace museum proposal could see take-off with £500,000 contribution
• Family of DJ Derek to hold memorial for missing pensioner next year
• Weather November 23: Frosty morning leading to dry and bright day
• South Gloucestershire residents urged to keep homes warm this winter through energy efficieny network
• Thornbury police beat finds new base by Town Hall
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