Health and Wellbeing Event for Parents – Saturday 25 February 2012
The Health and Wellbeing team at Education Scotland is hosting an event for parents
on 25 February at Stirling
Management Centre. The event will start at 10 am and finish at
1 pm and is free to attend. The aim of this event is to outline the health and wellbeing entitlements for
Curriculum for Excellence.
There will be lots of opportunities for discussion about the different aspects of the
health and wellbeing curriculum and how parents can support their children with
this. Partner agencies will also be attending to facilitate some group
discussions. This event will be of interest to any parent with children in the
early years, primary and secondary settings.
If you are interested in attending this event please register with Anne-Marie Lamont. Anne-Marie.Lamont@educationscotland.gov.uk
Getting around East Lothian
Community and supported transport – is there a better way?
Transport and the ability to get around impacts on everyone in East Lothian. Addressing this issue can
be challenging as the majority of public transport in the area is commercial,
and outwith the control of East Lothian Community Planning Partnership.
However, the Council does subsidise some bus services, and the NHS and the
voluntary sector also provide many vital transport services in our
Our Plan for the Future of EastLothian sets out what the Community Planning Partnership wants to
achieve for our county in the future. This includes having well connected
communities with sustainable forms of transport.
The Community Planning Partnership is holding a conference to raise awareness of the range of
community and supported transport currently available in East Lothian. It
is open to everyone, including providers and users of community and supported
transport, as well as business and services providers whose clients use these
The conference will be held on Saturday 3 March 2012 in the Town House, Haddington (9.30am for a 10am
start, finishing 12.30pm). Refreshment and crèche available.
Booking is essential.The programme is available at: www.eastlothiancommunityplanning.org.uk
To book a place, register at eastlothiantransportconference.eventbrite.co.uk or
phone 0131 653 4060.